Rottweiler

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Rottweiler

a large, very powerfully built dog with massive, broad head, small pendant ears and short docked tail. The short coat is black with tan markings on the face, chest and legs. The breed is predisposed to osteochondrosis, diabetes mellitus, sesamoiditis, leukoencephalomyelopathy and neuroaxonal dystrophy.
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But Jan the six-year-old rottweiller will not want to play fetch any more after a game in the park went horribly wrong.
If anything is going to make them respect black people it isn't reports, it isn't public indignation, it's men like Bashir who gnawed and growled at them like a Rottweiller with a very big bone.
With skipper Barry Ferguson setting the tone for his side by out-doing the Rottweiller himself, Edgar Davids, with his appetite to be top dog in the middle of the park, the Dutch were never able to control the match in the first half.
I like to walk my pet rottweiller Trixie along the Waggonway from Throckley to Wylam.
This trait is something Ruby has put to good use while poking her nose into other people's business with as much reserve as a starving Rottweiller.
NORTON is a lovely two-year-old rottweiller who requires an owner who is experienced with the breed.
If I was going to pick a house to do I'd choose one which was easy to get into - a house where I couldn't be seen, which didn't have an alarm and there wasn't a rottweiller waiting for me inside.
I couldn't help but think Awwww when I heard about Iris Robinson being bitten by a Rottweiller.
Then there have been memorable guests like Freddie Starr - "Like taking a mad rottweiller out for a walk in the park," Rod Hull - "I knew I'd end up with that Emu's beak in an uncomfortable part of my anatomy" and Robin Williams - "He saw the crockery on the table and immediately launched into Mrs Doubtfire and offered to be mother and pour tea.
30am; Scottish Rottweiller Club's Championship Show in the Jack Kane Centre, 208 Niddrie Mains Road, Edinburgh.
It may be amusing to hear a comedian telling a yarn about the rottweiller enjoying a postman's trousers for his breakfast, but in reality, it is a different story.