Tuesday, October 12, 2010

We bought a new Rottweiler flag

I got an ad in the mail a few weeks ago for a series of Rottweiler Flags, with a different seasonal theme for each month of the year. With so much of my life centered around our Rottweilers, I couldn't resist adding this to our collection of Rottweiler paraphernalia. When the first flag arrived everyone who saw it said it looked like my 4-year old baby Ruff had posed for the pictures. Here is the ad that came in the mail. If you want to order one see the link below.
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Now here are two photos of Ruff sitting in front of the first flag we received. I tried several times to get him to smile with his tongue hanging out like in the flag but I couldn't get him to do it. Ruff has been loosing his baby face expressions as he gets older.
I just went back in some of my older pictures of Ruff, taken last year, and found the perfect match for his smiley face grin. Here it is.
Now you can see why so many people said the flag Rottie looked like him. You can even see his dimples.


  1. I did a search on the internet regarding two rottweiler's living together and I came across your blog. My husband and I recently decided to add a new Rottweiler puppy to our family of us and our Rottie Chase. The puppy, to be called Roxy, will be ready for pick up on the 23rd and a whirlwind of emotions have come about on whether or not our Rottie Chase will get along with her. Reading your blogs will make this process seamless as it appears that Rottie truly love another Rottie companion to share their home with. Thank you for all of the advise and photos and I could not agree more about the "Rottie Rules" They truly are amazing animals and they have forever changed the way I look at like and enjoy it that much more!

  2. Tiffany, I get a lot of pride and satisfaction sharing the pictures of my Rottweilers. It is my own kind of good public relations for this breed. Thank you for the compliments.

    By the way, if Chase is a female she will probably become Roxy's adopted mother. They have that instinct. If Chase is a male Rottie then he will fawn all over the female puppy. We only had one occasion with this when we adopted Sassy and brought her home at 8 weeks old. Our older male Rottie Nikko who was 9 started acting like a teenager in love. At that time we also had our female Rottie Mocha and she adopted Sassy and taught her discipline.

    Thanks for visiting my blog. Hope you come back.