As I got older, I wanted bigger dogs. I really wanted a Rottweiler or Doberman Pinscher. My mom had concerns with such a notoriously dangerous breed, but as usually I got my way and I got my my Rottweiler, Fritz. I learned so much from Fritz. Just because he was a Rottweiler people were scared of him and taken aback with a kid who had a dangerous breed. But from the moment I got him as a puppy, I showered him with love and affection, trained and played with him everyday, showing him who was the leader in a way that dogs do with each other. Fritz the Rottweiler, was the mildest, kindest, friendliest dog I have ever had. He taught me that although different breeds, like different people from around the world might be predestined to certain characteristics, it doesn't define who they are if the right love and environment is provided.