Rottweilers are a sturdy, powerful breed of dog that have been companions to men since ancient times. They are loyal, intelligent, protective dogs, excellent guards, and working animals.
Rottweilers are thought to be descended from ancient Roman drover dogs. They were primarily used to pull carts and drive cattle to market.
Rottweilers were the first recorded police dogs used in Germany in the 19th century for tracking or guarding.
Rottweilers are naturally playful and enjoy challenging obedience activities but require supervision and guidance from their owner.
A fully grown male Rottweiler can develop an impressive muscular physique and weigh 110 pounds.
Rottweilers require a lot of exercises and should be taken for at least one daily walk or to a doggie daycare for extra exercise.
Rottweilers are known for their solid protective instinct and are excellent guardians of the home and family.
The Rottweiler’s coat is short, thicker around the neck and back, and requires little grooming apart from regular brushings.
Rottweilers are naturally intelligent and easily trained with proper guidance and reward-based training.
Rottweiler puppies should begin obedience and socialization training as soon as possible to grow into well-behaved and well-adjusted adult dogs.
Rottweilers enjoy plenty of mental stimulation and should be provided with mental stimulation activities, interactive toys, walks, and playtime.