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Bob Rottweiler Lincoln, NE
- Spayed / neutered.
- Good in a home with
- Other dogs, cats.
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Bob is a four year old male Rottie looking for a forever home. Could it be yours? Hereis what he has to say about himself:
Ahoymates!Captain Bob here! I was Bob-Bob-Bobbin' along at a shelter in Kentucky for some time.See, I was picked up as a stray. Not sure how my boat went adrift but the shelter notified MARR and these nice people came down and busted me out of there. Now Im staying at this great place with a bunkandgrub, and overall, I've beensailing along with the wind at my back. My foster crew say I am happy, playful and pretty full of energy! I like all of the humans I have met so far. I am currently sailing
along with 2 other rotties that are females and 4 cats. I am quite passive about the cats. I just don't find them all that exciting/interesting! However, there is one that I just love to play with. We chase each other around the house and have so much fun. Even though Im a big guy, I dont hurt them at all. My crew tells me thats a good thing.I do need to let you know, I had an experience that I was not very thrilledaboutwhen we came into port
one day. I was taken off to a place called the Vet's Office.All I can say is that if you've hada cold stick put in an unmentionable place for a few seconds (humansnote dog speak for having yourtemperature
taken), youmight have let everyone know it most certainly is NOT appreciated. So, theyput this thing on my face at that point, and my crew took note. After we got back on board the ship,my crew started training me on getting used to that thing on my face a muzzle they call it. It says on myMaritimepapers that because we don't have children onboard,no one knows what I would think of them. I am 85 pounds so maybeolder children would be best.While I will go in my kennel or crate, I prefer to be with youversus below deck, so to speak. Since I was adrift for so long and had to scrounge for my grub; I do have some resource guarding issues and I get a little grouchy with my food. However, this may resolve with stability and gaining trust with my new crew. I do know some commands such as sit, stay, laydown/down, no, and leave it. I do need work on leash walking; I get excited and pull quite a bit. I also need some training on give. Once its mine, I dont like to give it up (you know, being on my own for so long and all). So now Im looking to drop my anchorin a differentbay. If I sound like a good mate for you and you want to bring my boat into port forever, please contact MARR.
By the way, this is what else my crew had to say about me: Bob loves to play outside and romp around! He is such a goofball and he does well with food motivated training. He is a very smart boy and would be a great dog for somebody who is interested in working on training. Bob would likely be best in a breed-knowledgeable home witha strong and authoritative owner who will make sure to keep him in line. He is a very good pupwith lots of potential.
Bon voyage for now,
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