Rottweilers have been listed as one of the top 10 most expensive pets to own! Why? because they are prone to all kinds of health problems, because most people need help with how to train them and training can get expensive, because they eat as much as some adult humans! so they are like feeding another kid. You should expect to spend at least $75- $100 a month for a good quality food, and they go through even the toughest $20 toys in as quick as a day or two. if you don't buy them toys, then guess what, they may eat your new pair of boots. If you can not afford the expenses of this breed then choose a different breed. You don't want to be put in a situation when the dog needs a medical procedure and you cant afford it so either the dog suffers or you have to choose to put the dog to sleep. A good Insurance program that covers all medical expenses 90% with a $250 deductible, will cost you about $200 a month when they get older. I have never paid out more in premiums than insurance paid out in claims. At 6 years old my rottweiler got pancreatitis. A week in the ICU cost my insurance $8000! Without treatment she would have died. When my boy, Kid Rott, got cancer when he was 6 years old my insurance company paid out $30,000 for his treatment. We were so grateful to have this policy in place so we could concentrate on getting him help, without having to worry about how we would pay for it.
SO YOU THINK YOU WANT TO OWN A ROTTWEILER?? WATCH THIS VIDEO TO FIND OUT IF IT MIGHT BE TOO MUCH FOR YOU TO CHEW
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