Rottweiler, Mixed
Black with Brown, Red, Golden, Orange or Chestnut
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Baby Rottweiler Mix Female 8 years old 82 lbs.   Hey there, I’m Baby, a sweet, loving pup who will bring so much happiness to a wonderful family. I’ve learned a lot about trusting the world again  in my foster home and I can’t wait to find a loving, kind human (or two!) who can give me all the love and adoration I so much deserve.    I have a pretty medium amount of energy and will be active when you feel like being active, but will laze about if you’re relaxing. I also have a nice voice and like to sing along with passing ambulances. I love to play tug and chew on my toys, but cuddling with my people is the best. I do fine when my foster parents are away from the house but I just love when they’re home to give me all the love.    While I do love adult humans, I won’t be the right match for a home with kiddos as I just prefer the quiet companionship of adults. I also am not a fan of other dogs and need to be the only dog in the home. I’ve gotten SO much more relaxed in seeing other dogs on walks (originally I was pretty reactive when seeing them but my foster parents have spent time teaching me and training me) and I’d do so well with a forever human who can continue to keep up my leash training. Please note that an apartment isn’t going to be the best match for me  as I need that private yard space where I can relax and not interact with other dogs.    If you’re looking for a pup who can just be your best friend, who will always be by your side, and you have experience with positive reinforcement and a general patience for pups who need some extra patience and love, I’d be such a lovely match for you! Please email my friends at and check out this information page: .  


  1. American Humane Association
  2. Peeva
  3. American Veterinary Medical Association
  4. Veterinary Information Network
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