We are giving our lovely Rottweiler Roxy up for adoption. She is an older girl healthy but a bit slow. No problem with kids or other dogs except they are very small and yappy. Walks off lead and is a good soul. Listens to commands and Vet checked was a Rescue dog but since we need to move out of our current Place we have difficulties finding a place that allows Dogs. We want to ensure this way that our dogs find the best placement possible.
Unfortunately due to a change in mine and my families circumstances I am having to put my Rottweiler Dave on here for adoption/sale. It is heartbreaking that I am having to re-home him as he means so much to myself and my family as we have all seen him grow into the loving dog he has become. He is very energetic and is used to being walked 3 times a day so he will require someone who can do this. He likes to jump up and put his paws on you for a fuss so please bare in mind you must be able to manage him. He cannot be left alone for longer than 4 hours as it’s not fair to keep him shut in. He currently weighs about 55kg and is very strong so you will need to be able to control him on the lead. I would like to see where he would be living as I want to make sure he is going to be okay and looked after so please make sure you’re okay with me coming to do a home visit before letting him go. His vaccinations are up to date as they will have been done again this week. He has been castrated. Dave was very exspensive to buy and the reason I’m only asking for the amount stated is to make sure you’re adopting him for the right reasons and not to just sell him on or for any other use as knowing Dave is going to a loving home where he will be spoilt is much more valuable to me. Dave is also KC registered which I know will spark a lot of interest so please only contact me if you’re truly willing to give him a forever home. Please send me a text message or email to show your interest.
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