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Hi all! I'm new to the site and wanted to introduce myself. I'm the
proud owner of a very smart bitch called Gucci. I'm looking forward to
finding out more about the site and it's members.



Talk to you soon.



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Hi ! Welcome aboard . I'll bet with a name like GuccI she is a sweetie. Yes, we love pictures ...


 

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Hi guys and thank you for the warm welcome. I have some pics but I'm
kinda stuck on posting them since I don't have a website and I hate
giving out personnal info on those free sites since you often wind up
getting spammed.
Anyone have a good idea on how to get some pics up?
 

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I use photobucket.com and I don't get any spam at all. Member rutylr can tell you how to post them right off your computer. That is one of this sites new upgrades as of a couple of weeks ago. I tried it but my pics came out small so I still use the old way. BUT, you don't need a picture hosting site here anymore. One of the things you are going to like about this site is that they try to make it better as time goes on. rutylr ( Donna ) will help you , she helps everyone with everything
 

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hmmm, I'm trying to figure out how I did it last time and can't seem to do it again. Donna knows how to do it and she will probably be on later tonight. You may want to start a thread in forum support and maybe jess will come along and help you.





Oh, join us in chat sometime ! No biters here !!!
 

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Hi Wolf and Welcome to the site ! I also use photo bucket and have had no problems with that site . We all love to see pics ! How old is your little girl ? Is this your first Rotty ? I just love the name Gucci !!
 

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If you go to the picture thread and click on this button you can get pictures right off the computer,but they need to be small.it will tell you if they are too big or not.I also use photobucket if I don't want to make them smaller.If you use photobucket then you use this button.


Pretty easy


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Kitty said:
Hi Wolf and Welcome to the site !
I also use photo bucket and have had no problems with that site . We
all love to see pics ! How old is your little girl ? Is this your first
Rotty ? I just love the name Gucci !! </font>


No she's not my first Rotty. I had a big male 5 years ago. He was named
Tatoo but I had to place him on a farm when the twins were born

I only had him 5 years but they were great years. He was also a rescue
from the SPCA and I have to tell you, there is something about a dog
that was rescued that you will possibly never find with another
dog...they are greatful for having been saved. It's like they knew
where they were heading.
 

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Wolf355 said:
I have to tell you, there is something about a dog
that was rescued that you will possibly never find with another
dog...they are greatful for having been saved. It's like they knew
where they were heading.


Aint that the TRUTH .......
something alot of people will never
know ....
 

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I am new to this site and just wanted to introduce myself. I am Kelli and I just got a new Rottweiler puppy named Zuck.I am hoping I can get training advice from some of the people here. I am a little concerned that my puppy might be a little overly aggresive and I am trying to figure out the correct way to break him of this horrible habit of growling and biting aggresivly before he gets older and bigger.
 

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Kelli69 said:
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am new to this site and just wanted to introduce myself. I am
Kelli and I just got a new Rottweiler puppy named Zuck.I am
hoping I can get training advice from some of the people here. I
am a little concerned that my puppy might be a little overly aggresive
and I am trying to figure out the correct way to break him of this
horrible habit of growling and biting aggresivly before he gets older
and bigger.
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Get your boy in OB classes with a trainer that is used to the
breed...ASAP. You will greatly benefit from this and so will your boy.
I also have heard great things about a book callled ''the dog
wisperer'' which may be a good supplement to your classes.



BTW guys, do you see the pictures on the link I posted? Is it working?
 

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I saw the pics on the link its working and she's a beautiful dog. i have a young male rottie and he does some tricks like that. Was she shaking or giving a high five cause duke does both but he some times gets mixed up. talk later.
 

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Dukeitout3779 said:
I saw the pics on the link its working and
she's a beautiful dog. i have a young male rottie and he does some
tricks like that. Was she shaking or giving a high five cause
duke does both but he some times gets mixed up. talk later.


Thanks, glad it works.

She was waving Hello. I tought her that amonst other tricks. She also
cries on command, plays dead, rolls over, Begs, talks, plays
embarassed....etc. Presently thinking about teaching her to get a Kleenex when I snease.
 

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Welcome Kelli and Zuck.Yes get him to training classes as soon as you can,it will only get worse as he gets bigger.


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Kellie, I agree about the training classes !! A Rott is a big dog and can be bossie !! you have to take control right off or they will control you ...
 

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Wolf , checked out your girl she is a cutie ! I know I say that about all the dogs here but I just love a rottie's face
If I would have to pick I couldn't !! I would have them all !! The pups I have I didn't teach them to give their paw at all because the last 2 I had would paw you to death ! So I figured that wasn't really a necessity... now heel, sit ,stay,down and come they are ! and no bark is a biggie here with 3 of them ...my hubby taught my Kitty to speak yrs ago with cheese curls and was that a mess she had the cha cha's for a few days ...he caught heck for that !!!so I don't do that either because then when they want something oh my..... and believe me Kitty talks to you ! She's the bossie one here
 
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