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Chapo Rottweiler Lincoln, NE

  • Adult
  • Male
  • Large


Spayed / neutered.

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Meet Chapo

MARR covers Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Missouri, Nebraska, Oklahoma and Wisconsin. Chapo is being fostered in MO currently. However, transportation is available for adoptions within our coverage area.
Chapo is a sweet, loyal, and playful boy who can be a bit nervous meeting new people. He does best when he can come to you on his own terms, at his own pace. He will start sniffing and nudging when hes ready for pets.
Chapo seems to prefer women over men, and can be especially protective of children. He has experience around kids aged 4 and 6 years.
While Chapo does not currently live with any small dogs, he has done well with one through a fence. With both male and female large dogs, he is very playful and submissive. It is unknown how he is with cats.
Chapo is still learning to heel and how to behave well on a leash. Although he is usually correctable, he will occasionally pull and whine if another dog seems reactive. He does know sit, down, come, muzzle, shake, and go home (go to his crate). In fact, he willingly goes into his crate every night.
He is not food aggressive, and will wait for permission to eat. While he is still learning how to take treats gently, he is very food motivated and is great at catching them!
Chapo has grown and made so much improvement in the time he has been in foster care! Hes a silly, playful pup at heart. Very treat motivated and learned house rules, house and crate training very quickly. He loves his foster family and loves to be near his humans. He also plays well by himself and loves to play with all toys and balls. He also knows when to calm down and will be quiet and sleep all day quietly in his crate if you work nights.
He does tend to be skittish and anxious meeting new people, so slow, gradual intro are an absolute must. Please be patient with him and let him come to you on his own terms. When hes ready to meet you, he typically comes to sniff you on his own. Hell show hes uncomfortable by barking at you. Since he is muzzle trained, and this may be the best option when meeting new people.
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