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I’m looking for siblings of my pup, born 3rd Oct 2020 . Parents : Yosch Von Scherau
Nicky Vom Uhustein.
 

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Who was the breeder of your pup? That may make it easier to find siblings. Does the breeder have facebook page or a website?
 

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Who was the breeder of your pup? That may make it easier to find siblings. Does the breeder have facebook page or a website?
Hi,
I’m looking for siblings of my pup, born 3rd Oct 2020 . Parents : Yosch Von Scherau
Nicky Vom Uhustein.
Who was the breeder of your pup? That may make it easier to find siblings. Does the breeder have facebook page or a website?
Who was the breeder of your pup? That may make it easier to find siblings. Does the breeder have facebook page or a website?
Breeder has no website or fb, that I know of. I Should have taged Djdj86 as it looked like ‘Ralph’ is a sibling.
 

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Breeder has no website or fb, that I know of. I Should have taged Djdj86 as it looked like ‘Ralph’ is a sibling.
That would be great if they were siblings! You can message him.
 

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It’s really about medical history so sure ok here 👍🏼
Amy was diagnosed with small cataracts in both eyes beginning of April, she also has one round eye and one oval, have follow up appointment in July to see if they have changed. Also poss shoulder dysphasia 🙈 even though I have followed the exercise etc recommendations., on Loxicom until appointment . Had an eye infection last week (not cataract related) so sedated and checked . She’s not having much luck at the moment . Also the only one of the litter with a white marking, apparently neither parents have one ..
 

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I'm sorry to hear this, have you spoken to the breeder about this? You wouldn't expect this from a well bred pup. Did you meet the parents? I visited them in Northampton before I placed a deposit on one. No they didn't have white on them. Doesnt sound like you have had much luck 😑
 

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I chose her via WhatsApp video, there were only 2 girls available. No pictures if parents. Couldn’t visit because of Covid restrictions, he handed her over on the door step, I was the only one allowed in the front garden. The breeder says no history of eye problems . He said he never noticed a white patch , but obviously can’t dispute it now.
 

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I chose her via WhatsApp video, there were only 2 girls available. No pictures if parents. Couldn’t visit because of Covid restrictions, he handed her over on the door step, I was the only one allowed in the front garden. The breeder says no history of eye problems . He said he never noticed a white patch , but obviously can’t dispute it now.
This breeder is sounding more and more sketchy with each post!:mad: In North America many breeds including Rottweilers have to be certified for their eyes before being bred. It's called CERF...dogs are seen by specialist ophthalmologist and given a grade. Rottweilers do have genetic eye problems..and it sounds like your pup has Juvenile Cataracts. I would suggest you find a specialist vet to take your pup to...and see if they can diagnose.
 
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This breeder is sounding more and more sketchy with each post!:mad: In North America many breeds including Rottweilers have to be certified for their eyes before being bred. It's called CERF...dogs are seen by specialist ophthalmologist and given a grade. Rottweilers do have genetic eye problems..and it sounds like your pup has Juvenile Cataracts. I would suggest you find a specialist vet to take your pup to...and see if they can diagnose.
Hi, I noticed her eyes seemed different shapes when she was about 4 months , she was also very reactive when I tried to get her out of the car, which gave me met concerns about her eyes, visited vet who thought she had scratches on her one cornea. Referred to specialist who diagnosed the cataracts in both eyes, then made 3 month appointment to see how they were doing(July) didn’t seem to think they were juvenile cataracts, just said will check if they’ve changed then go from there.
 

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Hi, I noticed her eyes seemed different shapes when she was about 4 months , she was also very reactive when I tried to get her out of the car, which gave me met concerns about her eyes, visited vet who thought she had scratches on her one cornea. Referred to specialist who diagnosed the cataracts in both eyes, then made 3 month appointment to see how they were doing(July) didn’t seem to think they were juvenile cataracts, just said will check if they’ve changed then go from there. To be fair I am in touch with the breeder .
 

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Hi, I noticed her eyes seemed different shapes when she was about 4 months , she was also very reactive when I tried to get her out of the car, which gave me met concerns about her eyes, visited vet who thought she had scratches on her one cornea. Referred to specialist who diagnosed the cataracts in both eyes, then made 3 month appointment to see how they were doing(July) didn’t seem to think they were juvenile cataracts, just said will check if they’ve changed then go from there.
Sorry you are going through this. Would be interesting to know how the other puppies were doing. They were 10 in total apparently. I insisted I saw the parent's. I normally make a few visits but rightly or wrong given the current circumstances, I just made the one trip. Its not something you can really force on people really. They dad was beautiful and really friendly. Wouldn't leave me alone and was kissing us and soppy as you like. The mother also great looking but obviously, a bit more reserved as he had to bring her out the house away from her pups and it was her 1st time out since giving birth. I spent a good couple of hours with them. Mum was around 55kg and sire around 58kg. Without boring you I checked out the basic aesthetics, like eye colour, mouth pigment, how they looked physically, acted in certain scenarios, patterns, hind quarters etc and all checked out. Also checked the hips and elbow scores of the parents and back further in the lines, jlpp etc. If I'm honest I did get a vibe that we could have seen more of the kennels etc which normally I would press to see, but covid has changed alit of things. Especially in November when it was in its height over here. I can only give the same advice as bbd and keep doing what your doing with the medical treatment hopefully most of this she will grow out of fingers crossed but it must be hard and stressful for you all
 

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Sorry you are going through this. Would be interesting to know how the other puppies were doing. They were 10 in total apparently. I insisted I saw the parent's. I normally make a few visits but rightly or wrong given the current circumstances, I just made the one trip. Its not something you can really force on people really. They dad was beautiful and really friendly. Wouldn't leave me alone and was kissing us and soppy as you like. The mother also great looking but obviously, a bit more reserved as he had to bring her out the house away from her pups and it was her 1st time out since giving birth. I spent a good couple of hours with them. Mum was around 55kg and sire around 58kg. Without boring you I checked out the basic aesthetics, like eye colour, mouth pigment, how they looked physically, acted in certain scenarios, patterns, hind quarters etc and all checked out. Also checked the hips and elbow scores of the parents and back further in the lines, jlpp etc. If I'm honest I did get a vibe that we could have seen more of the kennels etc which normally I would press to see, but covid has changed alit of things. Especially in November when it was in its height over here. I can only give the same advice as bbd and keep doing what your doing with the medical treatment hopefully most of this she will grow out of fingers crossed but it must be hard and stressful for you all
That was meant to say "pasterns", not patterns
 

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Assume you haven't been able to make contact with any of the other owners of the siblings? Must be very hard. You done very well to find me
 
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