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I am already spayed, in need of an experienced adopter, up to date with shots, and good with dogs.
Rose is a 3 month old female Rottweiler mix. Rose is very confident for such a young pup and love the days she get to go to work with her foster mom and interact with lots of different people. Rose is doing very well with her wee pads when in her pen. When she is running around the house, Rose is getting better at whining and going to the stairs or the door when she need to go potty so she should complete house training very easily. As with young puppies, Rose enjoys chewing and will require appropriate toys and gentle correction. Rose loves the company of other dogs and has been curious but respectful with cats. It is expected that she will grow into a large adult. Rose will benefit from an adoptive family committed to puppy classes and continued obedience training.
*Update* Rose is doing wonderfully, but I've found that she is VERY sensitive to physical touch and can be easily traumatized by anything other than a gentle touch. Luckily, she responds beautifully to positive training techniques and is very food motivated! She loves to play with other dogs, and she completely enjoys human interaction involving petting and positive interaction/exercise, but she is just not a "rough and tumble" type of puppy, especially when handled by people. She is not particularly thrilled by younger children and prefers to sit back and be petted by one of the adults. Rose will do best in a family who has previous dog experience and has knowledge about the Rottweiler breed. Children must be 10 years of age or over.
*Update* Rose is doing very well with housebreaking and has not had an accident in weeks! She is still shy around new people but is becoming more confident. She has found her "bark" and is very proud of herself. She does not bark much - only when she is playing or occasionally when approached by a new person. Her foster home is working on the command "Quiet" so she will learn to be appropriate. It is strongly recommended that Rose's adoptive home have another doggie pal for her to snuggle and play with.
For more information about Rose or to meet her please send a completed adoption questionnaire to Kim, at email@example.com. Applications will be collected for review, then home visits will be arranged for potential matches prior to final selection of forever homes for them.