The Rottweilers Blog

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3 Comments

  1. Is there a certain line of rotties that live 13-15 years old? We lost our male rottie to bloat here because we don’t have a 24 hr. critical care here in October 2017. Our males companion was put down this February because of cancer in two legs. One front and one in the back. We had to strecher her outside to bathroom. What a heartbreak to lose both. Like our children. We never bred them and do you think that breeding is better? Which rottie is more suseptable to disease, the american or the german? We only fed them the best of food no additives made here in Canada and no recalls. I spoke to a lady the other day at petsmart and her rottie is 13 and eats pedigree.

  2. I’m so sorry for your loss – I wish I knew why cancer takes so many of our Rotties. My friend lost theirs @ 9 1/2 years old. My Boy is almost 6 and I pray every day he is always healthy.

  3. ours was almost 5, we fed him only blue buffalo, he got osteocarcoma in his right front leg, and we had him about 2.5 months after the diagnosis. He was the best dog, like our child, so smart, so loyal. I still cry for him everyday, I miss him so much. We lost him in February 2018, if I can help, I am willing to do so, this breed is so misunderstood and make such excellent pets.

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