Well, the one exception may be vet and staff at the clinic, but I just can't hold that against him. He hasn't been in a vet in years, probably not within his memory, so he's not accustomed to be poked in a rude manner, having blood sucked from him, or being stuck with needles. Rottweilers often are not fond of restraint, particularly by strangers. They have trust issues. Trust must be earned and then it will be issued.
The neuter went fine, but unfortunately, although not surprisingly, he tested positive for heartworms so it won't be Bear's last vet visit.
|His audience with the Queen, Maya.|
|He's lived outdoors so he often wants to go out.|
|He handled stairs like he's been doing it all his|
life, which is unusual for an outdoor dog. Here he
is racing Max to the bottom.