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Purebred Rottweiler Puppies- Socialised
Purebred Rottweiler Puppies- Socialised
Purebred Rottweiler Puppies- Socialised
Purebred Rottweiler Puppies- Socialised
Purebred Rottweiler Puppies- Socialised
Purebred Rottweiler Puppies- Socialised
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Purebred Rottweiler Puppies- Socialised


We have a strong litter of Rottweilers available to go home with you mid September. 5 males and 2 females.

 

We are dedicated registered breeders, our identification number is B001083032 and our Responsible Pet Breeders Australia membership number is 12643.

 

Mum and dad are young, healthy and strong. Both are great family dogs, playful, loving and naturally protective.

 

All puppies have had the below:

✅ Early Neurological Stimulation (ENS) from days 3-16*

✅ Socialised with different environments, sounds, textures, people and dogs**

✅ Early grooming protocols I.e. baths and nail trims

✅ Toilet trained

✅ Crate trained

✅ Vaccinated

✅ Microchipped

✅ Wormed every two weeks since 2 weeks old

✅ Registered on the NSW pet registry

✅ Thoroughly checked at the vet and all puppies are healthy and fit

 

* Early Neurological Stimulation or Bio Sensor Stimulation. These exercises affect the neurological system by kicking it into action earlier than would normally be expected, resulting in an increased capacity.

 

Five benefits have been observed in dogs that were exposed to what’s called the Bio Sensor stimulation exercises:

1.  Improved cardiovascular performance

2.  Stronger heart beats

3.  More efficient adrenal glands

4.  Greater resistance to stress

5.  Greater resistance to disease

 

** Puppy socialisation plays a large role in the development of puppies unto well-adjusted adult dogs that display few undesirable behaviors, and which can establish a positive, lifelong relationship with their owner. Socialised puppies are less likely to exhibit behavioral problems as adults, including aggression and fearfulness. They have increased confidence, are more likely to engage in positive social behaviors with humans, and can learn how to play games with humans better than dogs without proper socialisation.

Dogs have access to: N/A

Dogs have enrichment provisions: N/A

Dogs are exposed to: N/A

Offers lifetime rehoming: N/A

Rachel

Rachel

Campbelltown NSW, Australia
**** *** 9363

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  4. Be loyal & patient with your new companion

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