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London | Dogs For Adoption by Rebecca
I am looking to rehome my beautiful little rottweiler. Through no fault of his own, due to my own ill health that is getting progressively worse I can no longer provide the training and energy he requires. Please do not contact me if you can not provide a loving and safe home for my pup. He deserves nothing but the best. He will need a home with a garden, someone who has the time, energy and patience to train him correctly. Someone with experience of handling a rottweiler. We have already done a lot of training, he knows the basics, heel, sit, wait, down, paw spin and is getting there with threshold training. He his fully house trained. He is very loving and loves a good walk, his eager to train and loves tug of War. He has had his injections, is mirochipped. He is healthy and fit, I can provide evidence from my veterinary surgery. This is not a decision that has been taken lightly, but it is in his best interest to have the best life He can. Please do not contact me if you can not provide this for him. If however, you know you can manage and have experience with having a rottweiler companion then this guy will be perfect for you. I can drop videos of training and pictures on request. Serious enquiries only!!
Hull | Dogs For Adoption by Craig Abbott
Male Rottweiler looking for a new home. This is Kano, he is approx 4 years of age. Kano requires a home with experienced owners and NO CHILDREN. Is ideal due to recent behaviour however we have 5 and this is the first time he has shown behaviour towards one of them. We have owned Kano for around 8 months and he has occasionally nipped, but today turned on my daughter for no apparent reason (happy to discuss in detail with prospective new owner). Kano’s temperament is 99.9% of the time extremely gentle, he loves cuddles, affection, playing with toys and is generally very placid. He gets very vocal around other dogs so is not generally let off lead unless we are walking alone. I understand that people may have opinions about this - however, I would not like to see Kano destroyed - much rather a home with someone who knows what they are doing. Kano comes with everything he needs, including bed, food, bowls, toys, brush, shampoos etc (also ear drops, he is shaking head lots at moment) as well as one months frontline flea treatment, which is kept up to date. Kano has not been castrated. I am happy for people to view him, though am looking to rehome him asap as my daughter is now scared of him (she adored him/and he her - she took him on walks regularly) and I also have 2 other children. Any questions please feel free to ask, any unwanted and unhelpful opinions - please keep to yourself. Priced to avoid eager impulse buyer or someone inexperienced and is absolutely negotiable for the right home. Thanks for taking time to read