I was given to a small child as a Christmas present in 2009. In the spring of 2010 I was admitted to the Edmonton Humane Society as a little nervous wreck. I did not like anyone to come near me and I would attack anyone who tried to pick me up. The EHS sent me out as a foster dog and my foster mom Sarah tried to make me adoptable. One day Sarah was feeling very sick and her friend Gabriel came and picked me up to take care of me for a few days. Long story short Gabriel adopted me and became my permanent mommy.
We spent a lot of time our first summer out at the off leash parks where mommy taught me many tricks and commands. I’m an extremely confident dog now, and it seems like no one sees me as how I see myself in the mirror – a Rottweiler. Mommy taught me not to bite anymore, but I still growl when I’m not feeling safe, or if a stranger tries to pick me up. I don’t like going out when it’s wet or cold outside – even with clothes or boots on, you can’t trick me, winter is winter. I am so happy to have my own place to run around in with a picture of me on the door! Come see it and meet me, please note that like most small dogs, I don’t like to be picked up!