Bear is a very handsome 5 year old neutered Rottweiler boy with a fair amount of energy to work off. He does require some leash training as he uses his 105lbs of weight to pull you around. Bear has been getting familiar with walking with a muzzle as he sometimes is dog reactive. In a previous home he has spent some time with another large female dog that he got along with. Bear has been around men, women and children however he seemed reactive to children under 15 years of age so we are looking for a home without children under the age of 15. He does love to roll over and get his belly rubs before he goes out for a walks. Bear needs an experienced foster/ adopter with patience to continue to work with his food and toy guarding. Needless to say despite his issues Bear is as still a sweet boy.
We were able to visit Bear at the shelter and found him to be a very nice boy. He was in the play area and loved to play with the balls in the yard. Bear came right over to us for treats and pets though. He is a very handsome Rottie that just needs a chance to show how good he can be. We feel with proper direction he will overcome is resource guarding and make an amazing companion for a lucky family.
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