This tastes pretty good!!!!
I bought my first Rottie the end of Nov 2012 at 3.5 months(roughly 30lbs) as a Christmas present to myself. She was not house broken yet and knew nothing except biting(playfully; mainly bc of teething). I named her Abbey. It's taken some time to get Abbey house broken and I'd say I have her at about 85% in a little over a month. Abbey is a handful(lol)at times but she listens extremely well. She comes when called,gives paw,sits,lay's down,and knows when I say "drop it". The only other dog I've ever had was a chocolate lab,so I haven't owned many dogs.I am extremely surprised at how intelligent,affectionate,and lovable Abbey is. Abbey loves to meet new people on our daily walks and greets them with a paw shake, a lick, and want's a belly rub in return. My old lab was very smart,but my Abbey takes the cake. Teaching Abbey her tricks took no time at all, and the biting has almost stopped due to her adult teeth arriving-YAY-. Since I don't have any kids yet(human)Abbey def is my kid.It's a damn shame Rottie's get the wrap that they do,bc Abbey is as affectionate as a lab;if not more. Abbey right now is 4.5 months old and close to 50lbs. My only regret is that I didn't get Abbey at 8 or 9 weeks bc she's grown so much since Nov 24.
These picks I wanted to take a week ago when we got around 9" of snow here in Pittsburgh over 2 days. However,I couldn't find my camera,so I took these today when we were out in the yard playing.
P.S.- Thanks for putting up this site. I love it.