Facts About Me
Breed Rottweiler Staffy
Age 4 years 1 month
Size 33 Kgs
More About Me
Likes, Dislikes, Fears, Endearments and Quirks
Good with dogs, quiet, good with kids, happy, inquisitive and a lover of the great outdoors. Affectionate but independent and not needy. She has a lovely temperament.
Ronda is in her prime, is fit, toned and healthy. She is a big adventurer, loving to gallop and explore. Roaming and running outdoors is what she loves most. Close second is spending time with the people she loves.
She is fine with kids but if rough housed becomes frightened and will retreat to a quiet, solitary space. Any kids should be 12 yrs or older and only if gentle and calm around dogs - for her sake. No dog deserves to be rough housed by kids who are 'full of beans.''
Ronda is very lady like, politely nudging your hand for a pat or belly rub.
Outdoorsey and physically active owners looking for an energetic companion to share both adventures and also quality down time.
While Rhonda is good with other dogs she would prefer to be the only permanent dog in the home so she can have all the attention.
As Ronda is people orientated she needs to be part of family activities.
She will not suit homes with residents that are:
Tolerance to Being Alone During the Day
She is very quiet - more likely to 'grunt' then growl in response to door knockers.
Ronda will suit any of the following:
High - she is very fit and loves nothing more than to gallop and explore. She enjoys good quality daily exercise.
When ON a lead ...
Ronda is well behaved although she is 33kg of muscle and does pull if she sees a cat.
When OFF a lead ...
Ronda loves to run free at the beach or out in the open, swim in the river and have a good game of fetch. Recall is usually good.
Type of Yard Required
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