Definitely take your dog into the vet. A common hip problem with rotts is hip dysplasia, and arthritis, but it could be anything.There are also neurological disorders that can cause this. A professional opinion is best. Good Luck! Keep us updated on how he is doing.</BLOCKQUOTE>
Donna's right. A rottweilers size can be very deceptive. He may look hardy because of his size but he's not mature yet, and shouldn't do anything that can stress his legs or hips before he is 2. They grow so quickly and their size really taxes their muscles. Once they are mature that is when you start having them run with you. But break him into it gradually. His muscles have to get built up, then look out! He'll be running circles around you.
thanks alot,maybe i over said it she gets up like shes just a litlle soar its not a big problem but i wasnt sure, i thought she would be more active and always wanting to play but i gess she isnt matured yet,thanks for your time guys