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|The Rottweiler may have descended from the Italian
Mastiff (which is now the Neapolitan Mastiff). It was a
herding dog in the Middle Ages. The dog, as we know it
today, was bred in the German town of Rottweil in
Wurttemberg. The Rottweiler has been used for
tracking, herding, watchdog duties, carting, police
work, competitive obedience and Schutzhund.
The Rottweiler is a medium large, robust and powerful
dog, black with clearly defined rust markings. His
compact and substantial build denotes great strength,
agility and endurance. He has a broad head with a
rounded forehead and a well-developed muzzle. His dark
eyes can be friendly or daring. His triangular ears are
carried forward. The tail is docked and dewclaws
are normally removed. Extremely well-developed
musculature is obvious in the jaws, shoulders and hips.
Gretchen and her 1 day old pups.
|The Rottweiler bonds quickly to his
family and becomes quite attached especially to the
children. They get along well with children, protective
yet gentle, seemingly aware of the child's helplessness
and innocence. Their temperament is very stable.
|They enjoy being included in the
family activities. Their high level of athleticism
lends itself to include such activities as bike riding,
swimming, long walks, jogging, or just playing fetch.
Rotts make excellent house or apartment dogs however
keep in mind the dog requires daily exercise, a long
walk or a little jogging should do nicely for both you
and your dog.
Aleric X Brooklyn pups.
|The Rottweiler is a great guard dog,
extremely loyal to its family and quite aloof with
strangers. He has a very protective nature and yet is
able to discern friend from foe. He instinctively knows
when to become a terrifying, defensive and protective
dog for its owner, his grounds, the house and the whole
family. He should be submissive to his family and
suspicious of strangers.
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