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Bear is really just that, a big 62kg cuddly bear.
He is a love bug that adores his humans and laps up all the attention they can give him.
He is a big boy who forgets his size in his enthusiasm to say hi, so children 7 yrs and up and are large dog savvy is recommend.
He loves playing tug of war, loves trying to play fetch and go swimming. He does get a little over excited when he plays and prances around like he is still a puppy!! He really enjoys using his nose, so scent games would be a lot of fun for him.
He has basic obedience, walks well on lead, but will need ongoing training with recall when out and about as he gets carried away with all the smells around him and puts on his selective hearing.
Because of bears large size he finds that most other doggos are intimidated by him and don't want to play. They can be quite overwhelmed when they first meet however Bear is generally quite a balanced boy who just goes about his business, however is a protective boy of his humans and foster sister if he feels another dog is a threat, so offload dog parks or beaches aren’t ideal for him.
He gets along amazing with his little 45kg rottie sister that he lives with. She is still a typical teenage girl and he let's her jump all over him and chases him around the house to wrestle.
Bear is not good living with other male dogs on a permanent basis, so only applications with another female dog will considered.
He is very much a normal Rottie boy and will need a Rottie experienced family. He wants to be close with his humans and has so much love to give and will make an amazing companion or addition to a family.