I got this rottweiler puppy from a friend, who told me that when she bought this puppy, it was a papered, pure bred rottweiler.
She was given to me when she was only 5 weeks old…I fed her formula, and did everything I could to keep her healthy and help her development.
My puppy is now a little over 3 months old, and her right ear is now standing up on its own, while the other ear is still floppy. She looks so silly!
Is it possible that she’s still full rottweiler? Or does this mean that she’s a mix?
It’s impossible to say for sure whether or not a puppy is purebred unless you actually have papers (from a reputable and recognized registration organization such as the AKC) showing her parentage and proof that they are HER papers.
From the photo I would guess that she has some blood other than Rottweiler because her head is a bit narrower than average, and Rottie ears don’t normally stick up like that. I’d maybe even guess she’s part Doberman Pinscher, but it is only a GUESS!
I wouldn’t worry about that too much though, regardless of whether or not she’s purebred she looks adorable 🙂 You’ve taken good care of her and she’s going to be a lovely dog, so just enjoy her for who she is. Best of luck.
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