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Sue & Rotts

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About Sue & Rotts

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    Rottweilers that can live with people and still be Rottweilers!

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    NSW
  1. I just "volunteered" (!) to prepare a catalogue for each of the two days of our Kennel Club's next shows. I have plenty of experience though, I've read catalogues. Can anyone help me with suggestions on software I can use to download the OzEntries entries in comma delimited form and drop it directly into a catalogue? (Computers are not my problem, I just need help with cataloguing.) I would be very grateful for any suggestions as to what software to use and where to get it.
  2. I give up - life's too short; AND 'aloof' was only an example!
  3. Did you miss the bit about "not given to indiscriminate friendships?" The point is, that if I DARE to suggest that it is unnecessary for our dogs to be stand-offish, I get shouted down by those quoting the breed standard! Hi Sue, If you are referring to Rottwieller's, they are a working dog of a guardian breed and the stand offish one's are probably the one's with the most authenticity and alliance with the breed standards. Without sounding patronising, why have a guardian breed then complain because it has the genetics to do it's job???. A dog of a guardian breed that hasn't the genetics
  4. It doesn't mean friendly either. Do we have some objection to friendly dogs in some breeds?
  5. Did you miss the bit about "not given to indiscriminate friendships?" The point is, that if I DARE to suggest that it is unnecessary for our dogs to be stand-offish, I get shouted down by those quoting the breed standard!
  6. Why don't Dogs NSW just go through the breed standards looking for phrases such as 'aloof' or 'not given to indiscriminate friendships' and replacing them with something more socially acceptable in today's world? Like 'NOT aggressive to well meaning strangers, however may be uninterested in casual contact". :D They're the dog writers, not me - but it all starts with the breed standards and some support for the breeders who want to adapt their breed to modern Australian society would be really welcome? I don't want to alter the essential nature of my breed, just weed out the ones who are
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