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    Hi there,


    My husband and I are buying a 7 wk. old puppy, but are torn between a Male or Female?? Any behavorial differences we should know about before deciding?


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    Erica

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    if you have never owned a Rottweiler and you are starting out with a puppy a female is the best choice.





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    Iwould have to agree with Donna.Every female dog that i have owned has been easier to train and more obediant than the male dogs that i have owned.Its probably a testosterone thing. Happy puppy hunting there so cute. Tom

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    Thanks,


    If they were going to adopt an adult then sex would not matter.


    But puppy boys go thru a stage that needssomeone who can handle their out bursts.


    I always evaluate the people that want a puppy and pick the best puppy for them.


    Donna

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    Our first puppy was a male and I'm glad we went with a male. He has not had any behavoral problems at all. I think that you have to make that choice. If you would rather a female or male.

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    There are benefits and consequences for either sex but yeah males are easier when older but females are easier when younger. But don't forget they aren't called bitches for no reason haha...lol


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    If your not sure get one of each .....



    you know " take two there small " [img]smileys/smiley36.gif[/img]





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    Hi Erica, I'm with Donna, if this is the first time owning a Rottie your best bet is a girl. I've owned over the years8 Rotts , I started out with a girl ( I was a newbie to Rotts) and I'm glad I did! I now have 4 Rotties 2 boys 2 girls , and girls rule [img]smileys/smiley2.gif[/img] but I wouldn't give my boys up for anything !!!....... Missy30 you hit the nail on the head about them........
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    We have a 5 month old female, and she has been great. I have a 3 year old lil boy and we couldn't have asked for a better pet. She has been really easy to train and she is doing well with our every day busy life. She is so full of life. She can still melt our hearts just like the first time we saw her. Good luck
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    Thats scary





    Me To



    I have a rescued three y/o
    male &amp; just rescued a 5 moth old
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    HUMMmmmmmmm [img]smileys/smiley17.gif[/img]








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