In the beginning, Rottweiler was scared of his little sister, but as the two worked their way through each other, she managed to bring out his inner puppy.
I just love this new Dodo video. When a dog puts its head in the mouth of another, it’s a huge sign of trust, and that’s what is so sweet about it.
What I love about the puppy in the video is that it is not afraid of the big dog. It’s so nice to see a big dog play gently with a puppy. There is nothing cuter than this!
Rottweiler Meets Tiny Puppy
The first couple of days, he was scared of her, but then he figured out that he could be a puppy and play with her. They played hide and seek, and he got to know the puppy inside him.
Daisy is super active and loves to play with her red mixing bowl. She has a small sister, Mocha, who she loves to play with.
Rottweilers are calm, confident, and courageous. They take a wait-and-see approach to new people and situations. They’re affectionate with their family, often following them around the house.
In conclusion, Rottweilers have been bred over centuries to protect their owners from harm. But when a tiny puppy meets a big, powerful dog like that, he has to wonder if he’s safe. He may even fear his new friend. But after a few minutes of sniffing noses, playing tug-of-war, and wrestling around, the two dogs become fast friends. They both enjoy each other’s company and seem to understand that they’re equals. This is why I believe that every person should own a pet. Pets bring us joy, companionship, and unconditional love. No matter what happens in life, a pet will always be there for you.