my new rottweiler puppy

by Nathaniel
(Fresno ca)

this is my new rottweiler puppy tell me what you think of her(:

by the way she’s about 4 1/2 months in photos

Hi Nathaniel
Great photos and your Rottweiler puppy looks very nice. She’s got a good head and bone size/structure. Her color also looks good.

The photos make it look as though there’s a little loss of pigment on her nose, but it could be simply that she’s been digging in the dirt, or the light is reflecting oddly. Either way, that’s not a huge issue anyway.

She has a very good expression, intelligent and focused. Her ears are a little large but not huge and as her head grows they will likely become more proportional.

Overall she looks like a beautiful puppy and I’m sure she’s a wonderful companion for you.

Congratulations on your ‘little’ girl.

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Looks like a sweetie! NEW
by: Christopher Bayhi

The little girl looks like a sweetie. Idon’t think the nose thing is something to worry over. She has a good stance, with good structure.

The ears will get smaller as the head gets larger. Rotties fill out kinda like a horse. The hed will get to big for the body, then the legs will get lanky, then the torso will bulk up, then the cycle will repeat for about 2 to 3 years.

Many Rotts go throught an “ugly stage” at about 8 months to a year old where nothing is proportional. We called my male at “Houndweiler” when he was a year old because you would sewar he was a mix between a Rottie and a Coon hound! Now at almost 18 months he’s back to looking like a bulldozer of a Rottweiler.

She is beautiful and looks healthy and happy! Congratulations!


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