PAVING THE WAY FOR A LONGER & HEALTHIER LIFE
LOVE your videos. I was a groomer's assistant years ago for a friend who showed me the difference between a rotty who was raised with LOVE and one who wasnt. She (my friend) rescued rottys and rehabilitated them when possible. I grew to love the breed. Always wanted one, but havent yet had the land/space for them. She taught me the very important lesson that dog breeds arent certain "types" of dogs. ie vicious, friendly, hyper, etc. Dogs are what we raise them to be (a lot like kids) - give them love, training, attention, discipline and they will be loving loyal companions. ignore them and expect them to raise themselves and/or just "guard" stuff, etc. they can easily become the vicious attack animals that get all the press. Little dogs can be just as vicious, but because they cant do the same amount of damage, they dont get blamed. I applaud you for your work! Best of luck to you and your family.:) sonja
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Hi there, I came across your blog while trawling through the videos on youtube. Your OZ is beautiful and such a credit to you. I have a lovely Rotti girl named Rebel who is 10 months old. It is the first time that we have had this breed and we are loving every minute of it. She is absolutely fantastic even as she comes into her teenage years. I too believe that consistency, training and socialization are the key to having a companion and she continues to do me proud in all of her classes. It is lovely to read about your boy and Ulla too and your pics are just fabulous. Thanks for the blog. Lauren and Rebel.