Vulcan

Very handsome Vulcan

This handsome boy is 5 years old and has been neutered.

Don't let that happy smiling face fool you :)

Vulcan can be a very pushy dominant boy and will need a strong experienced owner who will not let him always get his own way. He can be very happy and excitable around people initially but if he manages to get a hold of something that belongs to you and not him he will push his boundaries and growl/snap at you. He can also be temperamental and growl/snap when being told off or if he doesn't want to do something you are asking of him.

For this reason Vulcan is not suitable to be rehomed around children or other animals. All that being said there is a lot of potential and he has come along way with his training since he arrived and with the right owner and training schedule he has the potential to be a wonderful caring part of the family :)

Breed experience or similar a must

**Vet reference will be required**

**We have had an amazing amount of interest in this boy.
With this in mind Fife Rottweiller Rescue will now be dealing with applications for homing Vulcan. They are amazing breed enthusiasts who know the breed inside out and we are delighted to have their knowledge and expertise onboard
Keep an eye on their website for when he is available and how to apply through their online form.
There will also be support from Barking with Butler available.





Keep an eye on Fife Rottweiler Rescue facebook page for his availability

About Vulcan

I got to Mrs Murray's…

About 1 year ago (425 days)

Breed

Rottweiler.

Age

0-4.

Gender

Male.

Size

Large.

I've been…

Microchipped, Neutered, Vaccinated, Wormed.

I can live with…

Older children / teens, Adults.

I prefer not to live with…

Dogs, Cats, Children.

Ideal home

Garden, Countryside.

I am…

Confident, Energetic.

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Each year over 1500 animals pass through our doors - most abandoned or unwanted. The Home is a registered charity and is largely dependent on donations, legacies and the support of the public to help fund the cost of looking after the animals and securing their future.