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Roxy The Rottweiler by WisdomDRK(m): 11:22pm On Aug 15, 2020
So this was Roxy at 6 months(June this year). What do you think of her in terms of appearance? What should I not miss to take good care of her? What should I do to make her grow well? Sorry for the many questions smiley I’m just a first time dog owner wanting to learn more smiley smiley

Re: Roxy The Rottweiler by Nastymarz(m): 11:43pm On Aug 15, 2020
Nice dog op


What state are you?
Re: Roxy The Rottweiler by WisdomDRK(m): 7:00am On Aug 16, 2020
Nastymarz:
Nice dog op


What state are you?

Thank you smiley

I’m in Edo State
Re: Roxy The Rottweiler by divine267: 8:08am On Aug 16, 2020
WisdomDRK:

Thank you smiley
I’m in Edo State
u try ooh see dog too fine
Re: Roxy The Rottweiler by Nastymarz(m): 11:47am On Aug 16, 2020
WisdomDRK:


Thank you smiley

I’m in Edo State


Nice how old is she?
Re: Roxy The Rottweiler by Omoh1131: 12:28pm On Aug 16, 2020
Please when do you plan on breeding her ? Would you be breeding with a rott ?
Re: Roxy The Rottweiler by WisdomDRK(m): 3:08pm On Aug 16, 2020
divine267:


u try ooh see dog too fine

Thanks
Re: Roxy The Rottweiler by WisdomDRK(m): 3:13pm On Aug 16, 2020
Nastymarz:



Nice how old is she?

She was 6 months old there. She was exactly 8 months yesterday. I got some photos of her yesterday.

Re: Roxy The Rottweiler by WisdomDRK(m): 3:16pm On Aug 16, 2020
More yesterday at 8 months

Re: Roxy The Rottweiler by WisdomDRK(m): 3:21pm On Aug 16, 2020
Omoh1131:
Please when do you plan on breeding her ? Would you be breeding with a rott ?

I plan on breeding her on her second heat
Re: Roxy The Rottweiler by WisdomDRK(m): 3:22pm On Aug 16, 2020
Omoh1131:
Please when do you plan on breeding her ? Would you be breeding with a rott ?

For your second question, there is something I would want to find out
Re: Roxy The Rottweiler by WisdomDRK(m): 3:22pm On Aug 16, 2020
So here is a question I have.

Do you breed to improve the quality of your dogs based on phenotype of the dogs you choose to use or based on the pedigree details of the dog?

This thought entered my mind because I was thinking of the stud I’d be using when my Rottweiler comes on her second heat. I planned on taking it to the place I bought her from for mating because the guy I bought her from has other good, in-fact exceptional males. But now, there is one very good male in my area, well built, big head, long body, wide chest, in fact if the guy that owns it told me he bought it for 200k, there would be no inch of doubt in me. It is very big and more good looking than many pedigree detailed Rottweiler I’ve seen. But now the thing is, I’m not sure the dog has a pedigree detail and I talked to a friend about it because I really liked the dog. What he was saying was in that same direction about using a pedigree detailed stud because it has name.

So my question now is, Phenotype vs Pedigree details which should be considered more important?

I have seen pictures of many hyped Rottweilers. When you hear people talk about it eh, e go be like baba. But when I see the dog’s picture, I just feel like that’s not how it’s supposed to be; short muzzle Rottweiler(even many imported) looking like a Pug, but they say it’s a top Rottweiler because it has a strong pedigree detail. I do not mean to condemn any pedigree detail dog though. This is just my humble opinion.

So what do you guys think?

Phenotype vs Pedigree details, What should be considered first when planning a breeding program?

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Re: Roxy The Rottweiler by dogmart(m): 2:37am On Aug 17, 2020
It all depends on what you want at the end of the day. I am sure you know that your puppies will command better prices with a Pedigree father than if they come from a non-pedigree father.

You can get more information about your pets combined with quality pet entertainment on DogmartTV.

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Re: Roxy The Rottweiler by Nastymarz(m): 6:59am On Aug 17, 2020
WisdomDRK:
So here is a question I have.

Do you breed to improve the quality of your dogs based on phenotype of the dogs you choose to use or based on the pedigree details of the dog?

This thought entered my mind because I was thinking of the stud I’d be using when my Rottweiler comes on her second heat. I planned on taking it to the place I bought her from for mating because the guy I bought her from has other good, in-fact exceptional males. But now, there is one very good male in my area, well built, big head, long body, wide chest, in fact if the guy that owns it told me he bought it for 200k, there would be no inch of doubt in me. It is very big and more good looking than many pedigree detailed Rottweiler I’ve seen. But now the thing is, I’m not sure the dog has a pedigree detail and I talked to a friend about it because I really liked the dog. What he was saying was in that same direction about using a pedigree detailed stud because it has name.

So my question now is, Phenotype vs Pedigree details which should be considered more important?

I have seen pictures of many hyped Rottweilers. When you hear people talk about it eh, e go be like baba. But when I see the dog’s picture, I just feel like that’s not how it’s supposed to be; short muzzle Rottweiler(even many imported) looking like a Pug, but they say it’s a top Rottweiler because it has a strong pedigree detail. I do not mean to condemn any pedigree detail dog though. This is just my humble opinion.

So what do you guys think?

Phenotype vs Pedigree details, What should be considered first when planning a breeding program?

Well its quite stressful typing here. Can i get your whatsApp number am interested in getting a puppy as i am from edo state as well.
Re: Roxy The Rottweiler by Nastymarz(m): 7:06am On Aug 17, 2020
WisdomDRK:
So here is a question I have.

Do you breed to improve the quality of your dogs based on phenotype of the dogs you choose to use or based on the pedigree details of the dog?

This thought entered my mind because I was thinking of the stud I’d be using when my Rottweiler comes on her second heat. I planned on taking it to the place I bought her from for mating because the guy I bought her from has other good, in-fact exceptional males. But now, there is one very good male in my area, well built, big head, long body, wide chest, in fact if the guy that owns it told me he bought it for 200k, there would be no inch of doubt in me. It is very big and more good looking than many pedigree detailed Rottweiler I’ve seen. But now the thing is, I’m not sure the dog has a pedigree detail and I talked to a friend about it because I really liked the dog. What he was saying was in that same direction about using a pedigree detailed stud because it has name.

So my question now is, Phenotype vs Pedigree details which should be considered more important?

I have seen pictures of many hyped Rottweilers. When you hear people talk about it eh, e go be like baba. But when I see the dog’s picture, I just feel like that’s not how it’s supposed to be; short muzzle Rottweiler(even many imported) looking like a Pug, but they say it’s a top Rottweiler because it has a strong pedigree detail. I do not mean to condemn any pedigree detail dog though. This is just my humble opinion.

So what do you guys think?

Phenotype vs Pedigree details, What should be considered first when planning a breeding program?

But to me pedigree is just a registered dog with family history. Some non registered dogs thats non pedigree are better than some pedigree in terms of body built and size. And please note that because your puppies has a pedigree father doesn't mean you will have pedigree puppies. You female isn't registered. You will just have purebreed puppies and no one will buy at pedigree price. Maybe higher than normal but not at pedigree price.
Re: Roxy The Rottweiler by WisdomDRK(m): 8:38pm On Aug 22, 2020
dogmart:
It all depends on what you want at the end of the day. I am sure you know that your puppies will command better prices with a Pedigree father than if they come from a non-pedigree father.

You can get more information about your pets combined with quality pet entertainment on DogmartTV.

Save the DogmartTV WhatsApp number 080 68 73 83 81 (as DogmartTV)

And send a message to the number on Whatsapp declaring your name.

e.g "My name is Bola"

And that's all.

You get to enjoy quality information and entertainment.
You don't wanna miss it


Ok thanks

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Re: Roxy The Rottweiler by WisdomDRK(m): 8:39pm On Aug 22, 2020
Nastymarz:


Well its quite stressful typing here. Can i get your whatsApp number am interested in getting a puppy as i am from edo state as well.

Ok boss
0905 993 4989
Re: Roxy The Rottweiler by WisdomDRK(m): 8:48pm On Aug 22, 2020
Nastymarz:


But to me pedigree is just a registered dog with family history. Some non registered dogs thats non pedigree are better than some pedigree in terms of body built and size. And please note that because your puppies has a pedigree father doesn't mean you will have pedigree puppies. You female isn't registered. You will just have purebreed puppies and no one will buy at pedigree price. Maybe higher than normal but not at pedigree price.

Thanks.
She has not yet been registered in the PDB. I think I’ll meet the breeder to help me out with that. Both parents of hers are registered in PDB which makes me less worried, so I don’t think it would be difficult to get her in there.
Re: Roxy The Rottweiler by JOLSOFT(m): 12:08pm On Aug 23, 2020
I will advice you use a belt collar for your dog to avoid injury to the neck especially when you Rottweiler is very aggressive..
Re: Roxy The Rottweiler by DemiVonKrone: 7:06pm On Aug 23, 2020
On Phenotype vs Pedigree

Both parents (especially the female) are of course very important in the production of puppies. You may say they contribute the highest.

However, the pedigree is more than just paper, it's a tool for correct and well informed breeding choices. Traits you don't want to be present in your puppies' phenotype might not appear on the parents, so you think you're safe. But they might be on the father's father, uncle, or on the mother's end, etc.

For the male, you like...you can ask the owner for information on the dog.

But as much as you can try to breed with pedigree dogs so you can study what you're doing, not just because of the hype on pedigree dogs.

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