rotties

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  1. cyclefiend2000

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    my wife and i took in a supposedly pure bred rottie pup a while back. she is around 3 months old now. anywhoooo... she has developed wavy hair down her back.

    my wife thinks she is german rottie. i (must admit) that i dont know a whole heck of a lot about rotties, but i just figured it was either that she is mixed or a genetic flaw.

    any thoughts?

    i will post pics if i can get a decent one.
     
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    very much like that.

    so is my wife right?
     
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    All of my Rottweilers have had sort of a wavy coat. It doesn't mean they're "german", "american", a mix, etc. Some Rotties just get that. :)

    I wouldn't say your wife is necessarily right. Rottweilers are Rottweilers. To me, a german Rottweiler would be a Rottie imported from Germany.
     
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    thanks. i guess we are both wrong. drat the luck! :)
     

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