My Czar was a massive 150 pounds with a 28 inch neck that was afraid of the dark, loud noises, small dogs and thunder.
He also answered to the name of Carl. Go figure.
He passed away on the 3rd of Feb and we miss him dearly. He turned 10 in Dec past. RIP Czar (i miss you)
He was attacked at the bark park by a pomeranian. He loved his toys but his favorite was always someone elses’. Usually a teddybear. He used to snap ham bones in half till we caught on ‘WHO’ was giving them to him. No more bones. He was the most gentle giant with such a respectful bark that other customers at the vet would pet him.
I remember the rooms at the vet were all filled and we had to get his nails clipped at the waiting area. An older gentleman came and and bend down and rubbed Czars head saying he was a dandy old boy then in turn asked “what breed is he?” I replied, “he’s a rottweiler” the man immediately stood up and said “Oh my God! I don’t like those!” Imagine, he was just petting him on the floor! Yes he was quite intimidating. But you don’t judge a book by its cover either. He had a heart of gold.
Was afraid of a lot of things and always came to me for protection. I have had three rotties and have ordered a 4th from a reputable breeder “Eisenburg Kennels.” To get the true feel of the breed you need to research and experience first hand the love that these gentle giants have to offer. Please do not alter their personalities to your liking ,get to know their true self, respect and be respected, protect and be protected.
I would never have another breed. Love you and miss you Czar,Noel,Lexie.
He sits proudly on top of my piano.(cremated)
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