Rottweiler

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Rottweiler

Rottweiler
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Fisher’s Rocky II11 months agoRottweiler
Looking for the breeder of these dogs11 months agoRottweiler
Pregnant and bleedng1.1 years agoRottweiler
Registration numbers1.9 years agoRottweiler
Hausers' Von Zeushaus kennels 1.9 years agoRottweiler
Looking for information on a bloodline2.5 years agoRottweiler
York v d Salamdertal or King v Schwaiger Wappen2.8 years agoRottweiler
Planned Breedings3.4 years agoRottweiler
wanting to buy a puppy3.7 years agoRottweiler
Am ch,Can.Ch CHUG CHUG CHOO CHOO wg 2911534.8 years agoRottweiler
How should I introduce a new adult Rottie female to the one I already have?4.9 years agoRottweiler
Pedigree details5.3 years agoRottweiler
Beware of Kimbertal in Pennsylvania 6.4 years agoRottweiler
rottweiler seller in Germany7 years agoRottweiler
THE ROTTWEILER CLUB OF INDIA HOLDING THEIR 5th ROTTWEILER SPECIALITY SHOW AT KOTKAPURA (PUNJAB).8.1 years agoRottweiler
Are these details true?8.2 years agoRottweiler
Anyone Know this dog?8.2 years agoRottweiler
Monaco Vom Zica Maradona semen8.3 years agoRottweiler
Buyer beware!!! BEREGA TURI Kennel - SICK DOG!!!!8.4 years agoRottweiler
HERCULES: Rottweiler stolen in Amsterdam on 19th of April 20128.6 years agoRottweiler

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Maddie from pup to Adult - Dog: Madelyn Dixie Reese Vom Berg

Maddie at 7 weeksMadelyn Dixie Reese Vom Berg (Mom)Maddie AKC S.T.A.R. Puppy GraduationMaddie graduation class photo S.Maddie graduation class photo S.T.A.R. PuppyMaddie at 4 weeks2 weeks old

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