Thanks for filling out that form and telling me a bit about you and your Rottie!

Gotta ask one more favor though. . .With all the SPAM out there, I want to make sure you really do wanna get email from me.

. . .If you do, awesome!

I can't get you that first video until you to go check for a confirmation  email, and click the link that says. . .

"Yep, I really do wanna get emails from Jenn @ Let's Talk Rottweilers"

Thanks so much. . .Super glad to have you join our Pack of Rottie Owners!

See you in your in-box  :0)

P.S.  If you're using Gmail, make sure to check your "Promotions" tab, as it might end up in there...Good idea to tell Gmail to "Always mark as important"

Kind of a funny story...

My husband and I have a bit of a routine in the morning, as we get up and get ready for work.  One of the first things he does is go into the bathroom to take care of business, and then he usually brushes his teeth.

We had our girl Chevelle living with us for about 6 months or so, when I realized the pattern that had started.

When it began, Chevelle would stand outside the bathroom door until her Dad was done. . .Then she would wiggle (you know the Rottweiler wiggle that gets the whole butt moving, because they have no tail?) along side him as they walked together to the kitchen to get a cookie out of her dog cookie jar.

This happened EVERY single morning.  Until it progressed to where she would stand at the bathroom door and bark at him.  She made some other funny noises too, which made me laugh.

...But, what was happening wasn't all that funny :0(

She would bark, and make her other funny noises, and he would come out of the bathroom, and follow her to the kitchen for her morning cookie.

She literally led him to the kitchen and demanded her cookie.  It was official, she had her Daddy VERY well trained!

...That story might seem pretty innocent, but that situation has unintended and not so obvious consequences.

The biggest problem with that is it means Chevelle thinks she's the "Leader", rather than her Dad being the leader. And that causes all kinds of behavior issues, where the cause isn't always obvious.

Really hope that Doggy Dan helps you and your Rottie as much as he's helped Chevelle and me  :0)

Common Spelling errors & Synonyms

When you're searching for information it will help to know these common spelling errors such as Rotweiler, Rottweiller, or Rotwiler. Some common synonyms are Rottie and Rott

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