DogsRottweilerRottweiler

  • Persona: Reserved for strangers, but loving and loyal to his family
  • Energie LevelRegular training; the Rottie should get at a minimum of two hours of intense exercise each day. He would be grateful if these workouts were always there for you!
  • Great with Children: Better with older children
  • Great for other Dogs: Not recommended
  • Shedding: Seasonal
  • HairdressingWeekly brushing
  • Trainability: Agreeable
  • Size:24-27 inches (male) (male), 22-25 in (female)
  • Weight: 95-135 pounds (male), 80-100 pounds (female)
  • Live Expectancy: 9-10 years
  • Barking Level: Barks when necessary
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Description

About the Breed

A Rottweiler is a strong working breed with great strength that descends from mastiffs in the Roman legions. A gentle companion and protector of the family circle The Rottie looks out at the world with an eloquent absence.

A strong hindquarter muscle is a reason behind Rottie’s quick trotting. A properly trained and well-bred Rottie is composed and calm, courageous but not aggressive. The quiet demeanor these elite guardians display to strangers is a disservice to their playful nature, and downright silly, which makes them Rotties to their family members. (No one ever told the Rottie that he’s not a pet breed, therefore he’s likely to lie on your lap to cuddle.) Training and socialization early on can help harness Rottie’s territorial nature in a positive manner.

Health

Prior to breeding, responsible Rottweiler breeders should have potential dams and sires examined for health issues like hip dysplasia, an issue with the hip joint that could be identified by X-rays, heart disease, and eye disorders. Sometimes, cancer can be found among dogs, just as it does with all dogs. David Waters, Ph.D., DVM, of the Gerald P. Murphy Cancer Foundation has conducted research on the prevention of cancer which was funded through the Rottweiler Health Foundation. Dr. Waters has found that longevity and cancer are related to a strict vaccination schedule, thus strengthening the immune system and protecting females and males for at least six years of the age of six.

Grooming

The Rottweiler is straight with a coarse medium-length outer coat that is flat. The undercoat can be found on the thighs and neck. The hair should be cleaned weekly and bathed on a regular basis. He sheds very little throughout the year, but there are times when he sheds more than two times a year, typically in the fall and spring. Your teeth must be cleaned and the nails cut every week. Utilizing a grinding device like Dremel Dremel is particularly efficient for trimming nails.

Training

The Rottweiler is a dog that must be trained from an early age. The importance of leadership, socialization for puppies and basic training classes, and staying in the home of the owner are essential for creating a well-behaved Rottweiler. Rottweilers are “people dogs” who are not comfortably separated from their human and other experiences. Whatever breed you choose, dogs are required to be part of this world full of strange creatures and humans. One breeder says, ‘As Rottweiler owner, it’s my obligation to invest time and energy as well as money providing my dog with chances to grow every day. The breed is smart capable of being trained and eager to please, though certain breeds may be stubborn. It is essential to maintain consistency, be gentle, and be firm but not rough. The act of roughhousing by the Rottweiler could encourage aggression and is best avoided. Rottweilers are a great choice for many canine activities and can be found with humans in many functions.

Nutrition

The Rottweiler will do well with high-quality dog foods, whether it is commercially produced or homemade under the supervision of your vet and approval. All diets should be suited for the pet’s stage of life (puppy adult, senior, or adult). Certain breeds are susceptible to becoming overweight, so keep an eye on your dog’s intake of calories and weight. Treats can be a significant aid in training, however, feeding too many could lead to overweight. Know which foods are suitable for dogs and which ones aren’t. Consult your veterinarian in case you are concerned regarding your dog’s weight or diet. Fresh, clean water is required throughout the day.

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