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I have a Rottweiler 4 months old he doesn't even bark when the door bell rings,help?

hi guys i have a rottweiler 4 months old and he shows no signs of aggression ,, thats good but still he doesn't even bark when the door bell rings or if some new person comes to our place.... and when he sleeps he sleeps like theres no waking him up.... when he sleeps he does not even come to the gate when any of the family members come home.....is he having some problem or is everything normal???
By saurabh · 14 Mar 2010 8:32 pm

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By Justice4all · 14 Mar 2010 10:10 pm
he is good. if aggressive then will turn bad ..he willl develop protection sense himself.
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By bhartan · 15 Mar 2010 10:35 am


It sounds like you have a happy pup at your hands. happy dogs are usually not aggressive. he is growing and thats the reason for his sleeping a lot and like a stone.

I too have a 4 mo rottie and he is the same :)
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By Runni · 15 Mar 2010 11:57 am
He is still a pup. Plz tell him enjoy his puppyhood. A happy pup grows up to become a super protective dog. So dont worry.
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By Dinkar Singh · 15 Mar 2010 6:04 pm
With age the protective instinct will also develop. Never try to make a Rottweiler aggressive otherwise you will be holding a tiger by the tail. Read about rottweilers on the net and also on the different stages they go through. Also remember Rottweiler are not a barking breed and will bark only when there is a serious problem so go see what it is. Start training him properly also socialise him properly. You have a lot of work on hand to do. Also keep in mind that a Rottweiler will need to be trained at different stages of him life rather reinforce what he or she has learnt before as they can at different stages try to challenge the owner or see who the boss is. Nothing to worry, just do your training and care for it properly. It should also listen too all in the family and not just the owner. All the best you have a great pup so far and will become a great dog too if you love and spend proper time with it.
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By Pitbull · 15 Mar 2010 11:16 pm
4 Monts and you want him to be a Rot which is alone responsible for dog attacks which are fatal in US alone ? hahahahah.. Man its JUST 4 Months damn!
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By NEHRU.S · 16 Mar 2010 1:31 pm
DEAR SAURABH,
ROTTWEILER IS AN EXCELLENT GUARD ,VIGIL,AFFECTION DOG. DON'T WORRY ABOUT BARKING AND ALL. THIS IS PUPPY STAGE. IT WILL BE DEVELOPED AUTOMATICALLY. IN YOUR STATEMENT YOU HAVE MISSED TO TELL WEATHER YOU HAVE THIS ONLY ONE BREED ARE WITH SOME OTHER BREED? ANY WAY. YOU HAVE TO CONCENTRATE ON THE PUPPY AT ALL TIMES IF TIME PERMITS. IN ADDITION SOCIALIZATION IS VERY IMPORTANT. TAKE THE PUPPY OUTSIDE FOR MORNING AND EVENING WALK REGULARLY. IF NEW PERSON COMING TO YOUR HOME, YOU STRONGLY TELL THE PUPPY " COMMON GO AND SEE THERE, WHO IS THERE COMMON QUICK QUICK" THIS WILL INITIATE THE PUPPY GUARDING NATURE. FOR THE PUPPY'S DEVELOPMENT IN ALL ACTIVITIES YOUR PART IS ALSO VERY IMPORTANT. REGULAR WALKING, SOCIALIZATION OF PUPPY, PUPPY TEACHING ETC. IF YOU HAVE TIME YOU MAY PLEASE VISIT www.dogspot.in/profile/NEHRU.
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