Rottweiler

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Rottweiler

The Rottweiler is a confident and courageous dog who’s very protective, loyal, and devoted to his family. Being a working dog, he’s eager to work, and hard at that. He’s very intelligent and obedient, which helps when it comes to training. Although he’s gotten a bad rap, he’s a very loving and affectionate dog.

  • A dedicated, loving, and intelligent companion dog
  • History as a working dog making them good helpers
  • Their protective instincts make them great guard dogs

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Do Rottweilers shed?

Yes, a Rottie is a moderate shedder and will shed year-round, and more so in the spring months.

Are Rottweilers hypoallergenic?

Unfortunately, Rottweilers aren’t hypoallergenic dogs. They have a short and straight, thick and coarse, double coat of fur.

How big do Rottweilers get?

A female Rottweiler can grow as tall as 22 to 25 inches, while a male can grow as tall as 24 to 27 inches.

How much do Rottweilers weigh?

When it comes to Rottweilers, their weight varies between the sexes. Males can weigh somewhere between 110 and 130 pounds, and a female can weigh a lot smaller, and range between 77 and 110 pounds.

When do Rottweilers stop growing?

A Rottweiler dog can take longer in terms of filling out in comparison to other dog breeds. They can reach their full height around their first birthday, two years for their full weight, and three years to fill out.

How long do Rottweilers live?

Unfortunately, Rotties don’t live as long as other breeds with a similar height and weight class. Their lifespan is around 8 to 11 years.

Are Rottweilers easy to train?

Listed as one of the top ten smartest dogs, Rottweiler puppies are easy to train because of their high intelligence. Because of this, they’re often used as service and working dogs.

How much exercise does a Rottweiler need?

A Rottweiler dog is similar to other breeds in that they need physical as well as mental stimulation. They should get somewhere between an hour to two hours of exercise. This can include walking, playing, fetching, and running. For the mental stimulation aspect, engaging them is important, so they need tasks to do. Such things can include playing hide and go seek, tug of war, and having them fetch things. Toys are also good to give your pup.

Are Rottweilers good with kids?

A Rottweiler can be good with kids if they’re properly trained. They have a friendly and gentle nature. They’re like a built-in playmate who can provide guard dog protection. It’s best to supervise your dog around kids due to their size and energetic spirit because they have the potential to knock over a child.

Are Rottweilers aggressive?

Rotties are a loyal breed that can exhibit some aggression towards strangers, dogs of the same sex, or when they’ve learned to guard their food.

Are Rottweilers dangerous?

Rottweilers have had this preconceived reputation of being a dangerous breed. This stems from their territorial and aggressive tendencies, their size and muscular build, along with their loyal and protective nature over their home and loved ones. This can all be helped with proper training and socialization.

Are Rottweilers smart?

As was previously mentioned, Rotties are very smart, and they are great learners. In fact, they are ranked as the 9th smartest breed.

Do Rottweilers have tails?

Similar to the Corgi, Rottweilers are born with tails. People decide to have their tails docked because they want their particular dog to be a protection dog. By docking their tails, a stranger doesn’t know if the dog is friendly or not.

Are Rottweilers good guard dogs?

Yes, Rottweiler dogs make good guard dogs. They have an innate instinctual protective nature. They are very protective of their loved ones.

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