⭐️ On hold – currently not accepting new applications
⚠️ Needing Foster Carer or Forever Home
Sweetest Girl Aivah 💕
Female Rottweiler 🐶
Aivah is a sweet, obedient, 5 year-old Rottweiler who would make the perfect addition to a family environment.
Aivah is very friendly and is quick to rollover to welcome belly rubs from her new friends. She knows lots of commands such as ‘Sit’, ‘Wait’, ‘Come’, ‘Shake’, ‘Rollover’ and even ‘Bang Bang’ (play dead). She is house trained and shows great house manners, making for a lovely indoor/outdoor companion. She is on the smaller side for her breed, weighing only 37kg.
Aivah loves going for short strolls where she can take in all of the smells and is a dream to walk on her halti lead. She has been raised with other dogs (even small dogs) and is considered dog friendly. Aivah has been fine when left home alone in company of a dog friend and hasn’t shown any destructive behaviours. Aivah has also been raised with small children and knows to be gentle in their company.
Aivah has a condition called Immune-Mediated Polyarthritis which can effect her mobility (arthritis). Aivah has been taking daily tablets which has helped manage her condition and she is expected to be weaned off the tablets within the month. To help maintain Aivah’s condition, a lowset home is preferred and a sensible approach to daily exercise which would include low impact walks as opposed to fetching a ball/jogging etc. Aivah would also be an excellent candidate for hydrotherapy to assist in her mobility.
Aivah thrives on human companionship and is therefore seeking a home that will include her in their daily activities and reciprocate her loyal, loving nature. If you’re seeking an affectionate, low maintenance best friend then Aivah could be the missing piece to your puzzle.
Not available for interstate adoption
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