rotterman puppies for sale
alex

United States

#43 Apr 16, 2010
and i actually think that its not just because people want a certain dog, but its the fact of raising it. i want nothing more than to get a rotterman puppy and raise it from birth, until the day it dies, and the chances of finding a shelter dog that would provide that experience, so i understand youre point but im also glad that people are breeding them

Since: Jan 08

Coffee Springs, AL

#44 Apr 16, 2010
alex wrote:
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nevermind i get what youre saying now, strike that last comment, didnt read down far enough
You don't have to tell me a thing about Dobe's OR Rott's. My mother had a Dobe, GREAT dog. I took my newborn baby to her house, and set her on the floor (sleeping in her little seat) and the Doberman laid right beside her. When the baby started fussing, I went to pick her up and the dog jumped up, stood OVER my baby and growled at ME. My mom had to pick the baby up and hand her to me, then once the dog knew it was okay for me to hold my own baby, he was fine. He was just protecting that baby! When she was learning to walk, he let her hang on to him and he walked very slow with her. As for the Rotts, years later, my oldest daughter had a Rotti, with 4 kids. Best babysitter she ever had!
heather

Cornelius, NC

#45 Apr 22, 2010
Looking for a rotterman puppy (male) The greatest dog I've ever had and I am having a hard time finding one if anyone has any pups or information on any please e-mail me @ [email protected]
Camille

Houston, TX

#46 May 28, 2010
I adopted a rottie mixed puppy at the shelter. He had distemper couple weeks after I got him. I had to put him to sleep because the virus was already attacked his neurological system. Caused me a lot of pain and money trying to keep him alive. Then I went out and found another rottie mixed puppy at a different shelter. He also has distemper when I got him. Lucky I found out there is a cure for it here in Houston. He's now saved and healthy, smart 5 months old puppy. I can say now for sure that he's a rotterman. There are a lots of dogs out there that needed to be adopted and you can find any crossed breed at the shelters or on petfinder.com . Just one thing to remember that, pets come from shelters tend to have more health issues just because they share the same environment with the sick ones. If I want to get another pet, I would go to the shelter again. Just because I rather spend money to save a pet's life.
Mel

Newport, KY

#48 Aug 11, 2010
objective wrote:
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i think what the poster was trying to say was why breed more crossbreeds, when there are already too many. whether hybrid or mutt, it is still cross bred, and he has a valid point.
on the other hand, i have owned a rescue doberman/lab and he was one of my smartest and best dogs ever.
Ummm....

I am mixed. I guess you can call me a human hybrid. There is nothing wrong with mixing breeds. In fact, almost every breed that exists comes from the mixing of other breeds! Example: Dobermans have Rottweiler, German Short-Haired Pointer, and Greyhound ancestry. If everyone had your mindset and was afraid to try new things, then the Doberman Pinscher would never have existed. Not to mention the eugenics projects within mankind would have been a great success.

According to your argument, we shouldn't breed ANY dogs, pure bred or crossbred because of pet overpopulation. There is nothing wrong with hybrid dogs. In fact, they often are in better health as it is the nature of evolution for the strongest genes to dominate.

So please, the Rotterman is a wonderful hybrid and should not be considered any less because it is a hybrid.
Jon

Newport, KY

#49 Aug 11, 2010
rach wrote:
i call my dog a mutt and hes a great dog only two breeds in him but hes just that a mutt, hes not a new crossbreed "golden aussie mixes we call 'em golden shepherds" WTF. but hes FIXED so there are no mistakes with him. his mother was left un-attended in the back yard while there was a austrailian shepherd running loose and she got pregnant. all the puppies that lived I took because the owner wanted to take em all to the pound, i found homes for all of them and kept one for myself. idont get me wrong i believe your dogs are very beautiful but i would rather go to the pound and find a stray that needs a home than knowingly buy a dog that is a new "crossbreed". so pam your saying that if i hadnt gotten my golden aussie mix fixed and bred it with one of our pits he'd be a new hybrid? forget that, i think it b one ugly azz dog, but since i know what he is, and the pups only have 3 breeds in them, they r hybrids? WOW. thats all i can say! if you arent breeding to better that ONE breed of dog THEN DONT BREED!!!!!
Wow, you sound like a nazi. Blacks and whites shouldn't breed either, right?
Jon

Newport, KY

#50 Aug 11, 2010
doglover wrote:
no such breed as rotterman.it is a cross,a mongrel,nothing more.People who make up these stupid names are MORONS and they usually do it for money.Oh i have nothing against mutts either.i just hate the brainless morons who make up these stupid breed names
lol YOU are the moron. A rotterman is recognized by the American Canine Hybrid Club, look it up. All the "purebreds" that you know were once considered "mongrels" by fools like you as they started being bred with other breeds, don't you know? Go do your research and stop worshiping AKC like it is God and like man gets to decide what dog is worthy of recognition and what dog isn't.

“BSL is BS!”

Since: Feb 09

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#51 Aug 11, 2010
Um, when their are MILLIONS of dogs being euthanized because of the overpopulation problem...you SHOULDN'T breed any kind of dog...

“BSL is BS!”

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#52 Aug 11, 2010
There are drawbacks to these hybrid dogs...like they have a lack of predictability and you have no idea what they may or may not look like as adults...not to mention they are being sold at ridiculous prices and claim to be things like 'hypoallergenic'...

Since: Jul 10

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#53 Aug 11, 2010
well put

Since: Jul 10

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#54 Aug 11, 2010
there is a local moron who is trying to sell malamute cross pups.The mother is a malamute/golden/something else and it is trying to get $1000 for them,sheesh.talk about brainless
Jon

Newport, KY

#55 Aug 16, 2010
violetkisses79, I agree with what you are saying.

If the dog overpopulation excuse to not breed hybrids is valid, it applies to breeding ALL dogs, including purebreds.

And yes, just like with purebreds, only RESPONSIBLE breeding should take place. That means you don't just take ANY Rottweiler and ANY Doberman and put them together. You actually screen their pedigree, their health history, their family history, their temperament, etc.

The same goes for purebreds. You don't take just ANY Labrador and breed it with ANY other Labrador. Labs are supposed to be a friendly family dog, but many wind up being aggressive because of irresponsible breeding by owners trying to make a quick buck and not screening for those essential details.

With responsible crossbreeding, only the best of each dog is selected for breeding JUST like how it should be for purebreds.

The temperament of a Dobie and Rottie is very similar, so if you screen properly, the puppies should not wind up being that unpredictable. Maybe the way they look, but for lovers of hybrids that is part of the beauty of it- having a truly unique dog.

Also, NO hybrid can be considered "hypoallergenic". People don't even make this claim with Rottermans... just dogs mixed with Poodles from what i know. And Bichon Frises.

What it all boils down to is that before you buy a dog, do your research on it. The local moron trying to sell his malamute/golden/something for $1,000 is a snake. It is our responsibility as dog buyers to do the research ourselves so we don't get fooled.

The problems with breeding apply for ALL breeding, purebred and hybrid alike. That means if you are paying money for a dog, ALWAYS check the pedigree, health history, do your research, and MEET THE PARENTS. Just because you go to a Rotterman breeder DOES NOT mean it is an irresponsible breeder trying to pull a fast one on you (although those breeders are out there). And just because you go to a Labrador breeder DOES NOT mean it is a responsible breeder trying to perfect the breed (although those breeders are out there too).

The mass majority of breeders in general are irresponsible and just trying to make money. But like responsible breeders trying to perfect the Labrador breed, there are responsible breeders trying to perfect the Rotterman breed with careful screening and selection and refusal to breed 2 dogs if they don't qualify.

Like I said, a Rotterman is a recognized hybrid by the American Canine Hybrid Club, the equivalent of AKC for purebreds. My granny was accompanied by a sweet Rotterman service dog for therapy at her nursing home in her later years and it was the light of her life.

I myself have a Rottie purebred and he is neutered. After being around Rotties, Dobies, AND Rottermans, I would say it would be a shame to disqualify such a wonderful hybrid from existing just because it is not an AKC dog.

Of course, it should only be the product of responsible breeding just like any dog humans purposefully breed. And I cannot stress enough the importance of dog buyers to do their own research in buying their next puppy, purebred, hybrid, or mutt alike.
jonathan williams

Kissimmee, FL

#56 Oct 24, 2010
hey i just read your post i am intersted in buyin one. where r u located?
Russell

Belle Glade, FL

#58 Oct 8, 2011
Steven wrote:
Question: do you have any pictures of the current puppies. I am looking for a new rotterman. I am loosing mine here and 2 months and cant bare the thought of it
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Did you ever find another Rotterman, just lost my Rotti, and want a Rotterman - any info appreciated [email protected] Thanks
Russell

Belle Glade, FL

#59 Oct 8, 2011
Did you ever find another Rotterman, just lost my Rotti, and want a Rotterman - any info appreciated [email protected] Thanks
meredith

Crawford, CO

#60 Oct 15, 2011
I think crossing a Rottie and doberman is a great cross folks. It's only a matter of time before AKC will recognize this breed. over 80% of dog breeds are engineered to current breeds we have today. I just got a Champion Bred Doberman from KIMBERTAL known for the best Dobermans in the world and I'm going to cross him with my Rottie female. I live in Colorado
Lisa Johnson

United States

#61 Oct 29, 2011
meredith wrote:
I think crossing a Rottie and doberman is a great cross folks. It's only a matter of time before AKC will recognize this breed. over 80% of dog breeds are engineered to current breeds we have today. I just got a Champion Bred Doberman from KIMBERTAL known for the best Dobermans in the world and I'm going to cross him with my Rottie female. I live in Colorado
Very interested in future dobie/rottie cross pups....We just lost ours after 11 years and she was the best...you can email me at [email protected]
Master Taan

Littleton, CO

#62 Nov 26, 2011
doglover wrote:
no such breed as rotterman.it is a cross,a mongrel,nothing more.People who make up these stupid names are MORONS and they usually do it for money.Oh i have nothing against mutts either.i just hate the brainless morons who make up these stupid breed names
Yes we should stop naming new thing and just point, you moron.. hmm how was communication developed to begin with you freak
Master Taan

Littleton, CO

#63 Nov 26, 2011
All domestic dogs were bred from wolf to begin with, theyre all bred for different reasons and for out entertainment. There are very few natural dog species and those were just cooked up by natural enviromental adaption
Master Taan

Littleton, CO

#64 Nov 26, 2011
Camille wrote:
I adopted a rottie mixed puppy at the shelter. He had distemper couple weeks after I got him. I had to put him to sleep because the virus was already attacked his neurological system. Caused me a lot of pain and money trying to keep him alive. Then I went out and found another rottie mixed puppy at a different shelter. He also has distemper when I got him. Lucky I found out there is a cure for it here in Houston. He's now saved and healthy, smart 5 months old puppy. I can say now for sure that he's a rotterman. There are a lots of dogs out there that needed to be adopted and you can find any crossed breed at the shelters or on petfinder.com . Just one thing to remember that, pets come from shelters tend to have more health issues just because they share the same environment with the sick ones. If I want to get another pet, I would go to the shelter again. Just because I rather spend money to save a pet's life.
Yeah the shelters anrnt the best place to get a healthy dog.

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