Courtesy Post -- Gator is currently an INTACT (this can/will be discussed as I want him neutered) 4 year old male Rottweiler. He is tall, dark, and very handsome at 80#. Gator loves dogs of all sizes and genders, loves to play and is very submissive to every dog he's met so far. We rescued him 3 years ago where he was tied outside for the first 15 months of his life and he knew nothing but that. He has been living inside with us since and loves his crate when we are not home, stays off furniture,and is fine with his comfy dog bed near us. His issue is with many men - for some reason he is afraid of most men (there are a few he trusts for whatever reason, but many he barks at and runs...). He has been on several camping trips with us and loves it. He is strong on lead, so needs a strong hand. Gator is not highly food motivated like most Rotties, but will work for really good treats! Gator is up to date on shots, and healthy. He enjoys the beach, long walks, riding in the car, and just being by his owners side - but again, is very picky who his person is. The ideal home for Gator would have a large fenced in yard to run and play in, and a female person(s) to call his own. He is a good boy who deserves a family without being afraid. If you'd like more information on him, please contact me via email @ Natakira22@verizon.net
Gator is in Western MA.
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