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Rottweilers, German Shepherds, and Hip Dysplasia

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tamia spinks

on 30 January 2013

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Transcript of Rottweilers, German Shepherds, and Hip Dysplasia

Rottweilers, German Shepherds, and Hip Dysplasia By: Tamia Spinks Alsatians are inactive inside so their perfectly happy as indoor dogs. Even if you do live in an apartment. Not only that, but they rather live indoors with their family instead of in the yard. Hip Dysplasia CARE They're average shedders so their is no need for alot of brushing.
They need alot of exercise daily walks/jogs in the woods or out in the country. They may desire to wonder away from you. Feed them twice a day but don't over feed them.
Bathe them once a week. Diseases Rottweilers are prone to many diseases such as Osteochondrosis Dissecans (OCD),Von Willebrand's Disease,Subaortic Stenosis, and Hip Dysplasia. Rottweilers German Shepherds Live up to 10-12 years. Originally from Germany, Herding animals, Guarding properties, Pulling cars, and Hunting. Another name for them is Rottie.Rottweilers are big dogs with short, hard, thick, black and tan coat. They're stocky, sturdy, and powerfully built.Rotties are calm, trainable, courageous, and devoted to their owner. They're great with children and will defend their family fiercely if needed. If they are unfamiliar with someone who is approaching your house, they won’t allow them to get near it.They're seemingly immune to pain. No matter how much it hurts they'll never give up. Living area/Size and Weight

Rottweilers are indoor/outdoor dogs. They're able to live in an apartment but it as to be big enough for them to get around. Yards are fine also but only if its big enough for exercise.
Males are 24-27in and weigh 95-130 pounds
Females are 22-25in and weigh 85-115 pounds Live up to 13-15 years. Originally from Germany,bred to herd and guard sheep, and another name for them is Alsatian. Alsatians come in variety of colors and are also big dogs.They have a long, strong and muscular neck. Deep filled out chest. Strong and muscular legs.Feet short and compact.They're strong, alert, loyal, trainable, protective, great watchdogs, and are good with children. They sense when you feel threatened or feel different and immediately they will act to defend and protect you.Shepherds are the third most intelligent canines, after Poodles and Border Collies. They display an amazing ability to memorize simple tasks with least repetition of command. living area/size and weight Males are 24-26 in and weigh 77-85 pounds
Females are 22-24 in and also weigh 77-85 pounds Care Alsatians need lots of exercise. They're very active and need lots of room, so make sure your yard is cleared. Feed them twice a day and give them lots of water.Bathe him\her once a month.They shed alot so brush them 3 times a week. Both Rottweilers and German Shepherds are prone to this disease.

Which leads to loss of function of the hip joints, and is painful for your dog.It often begins while a dog is still young and physically immature. Obesity and improper nutrients are two things that causes this.If you ever notice that your dog is hopping while running, walking with a limp, having trouble standing from a sitting position, or not playing as hard as usual.Then your dog have hip dysplasia and needs to be taken to the vet for treatment. Making sure that you are feeding your dog properly and giving it lots of exercise can keep this disease from happening. Questions 1. Rottweilers will never give up in a fight no matter how much it hurts because their what to pain?

2. When German Shepherds sense that you feel threaten or feel different they will immediantly do what?

3. Name two signs of Hip Dysplasia. Diseases German Shepherds are also prone to many diseases
such as heart and skin disease, elbow dysplasia,
allergies, thyroid disease,Hip Dysplasia, and Wobbler's Syndrome. bred to help with various jobs and tasks such as: ANSWERS 1. seemingly immune to pain

2. act to defend and protect you

3. hopping while running, walking with a limp, trouble standing from a sitting position, or not playing as hard as usual Hip dysplasia is the failure of the hip joints to develop normally. The hip joint is composed of the ball and the socket.
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