hi hello i'm living in houston and i have a female rottweiler and i dont know how found a male dog for her ???

Asked by Member 781031 on Dec 18th 2008 in Rottweiler
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If you mean as a companion to her please check your local shelters & Humane Society...If you are looking to breed her...DON'T!...There are enough poorly bred Rotties already & the shelters are full of dogs (even purebred Rotties) who do not have homes due to irresponsible & novice breeders!

Member 73926 answered on 12/18/08. Helpful? Yes/Helpful: No 2 Report this answer


If you love your dog, give her the respect she desearves and don't allow her to be bred. She does not need a litter of pups to make her happy, it's to make you happy, don't force her to endure such a thing for your own selfish reasons. No matter how great you think your dog is without proper testing, you should NOT breed your dog. Leave it to professional breeders who don't do it for the money. Read these links and spay your dog.

♥ DEOGIE ♥ answered on 12/18/08. Helpful? Yes/Helpful: No 0 Report this answer


If you mean breeding her, first make sure that she is breeding quality. So what makes a dog breeding quality?
One, they should fit the breed standard pretty well. Just because a dog has papers does *not* mean it fits the breed standard. They only mean that it's purebred. Read the Rottweiler breed standard and read it well. Evaluate your dog. Then have someone who knows the standard well evaluate her. Two, have her genetically health tested. This is *not* just a vet check-up and isn't cheap. Health tests include the test by the Orthepetic Foundation for Animals (OFA) and the Canine Eye Research Foundation (CERF). There are others. Some tests are breed-specific, so be sure to learn what health problems are common in the Rottweiler.
Then, if she is breeding quality, study. Study the breed. Study breeding and the ethics involved. For at least two year's *worth*.
Then, find a reputable and experienced mentor who can help you learn to be a good breeder.
When you look for a male, require ofrequire of him what was required of your female. Make sure that the male's good points compliment your female's faults and visa-versa.
Best of luck
~Tiffany, a breeder "in training"

Member 371549 answered on 12/18/08. Helpful? Yes/Helpful: No 0 Report this answer

Hurricane Jack

Well seeing as you cant even type a proper question, I dont think you should breed her. There are way too many pure bred dogs in local shelters they dont need more.

Hurricane Jack answered on 12/18/08. Helpful? Yes/Helpful: No 1 Report this answer

Baby Girl

I have a very good solution, DONT!
If you love the breed as much as I do DON"T!
We don't need more people ruining the Breed!
The more a BYB-Back Yard Breeder Breeds these beautiful DOgs the more likely they are goin to have bad joints. Please leave this to the professionals!

Baby Girl answered on 1/13/09. Helpful? Yes/Helpful: No 0 Report this answer


dont breed her.. its best to let licensed breeders breed them. as a compaion, i would say sure... get them fixed tho.

Member 825964 answered on 4/13/09. Helpful? Yes/Helpful: No 0 Report this answer