10 Weeks old ✅
Health guarantee ✅
Current on all shots ✅
All paperwork available ✅
Kids Friendly ✅
Other Pets Friendly✅
Price Discounts When you buy more than one Puppy✅
Meet Simba! This little boy is such a cute bundle of fur, he is well started on socialization from birth to give him a solid foundation for a great character. His lovable nature and happy attitude will bring a smile to your face that will last a lifetime. Simba is the best of both worlds. This cuddle bug loves to snuggle under the covers, so make room for him in your home and heart. he will be vet checked from nose to tail, will arrive up to date on his vaccinations, microchipped. he is just waiting for the right person to come along and scoop him up, so don’t miss out on this charming cutie!
Fluffy rottweiler are a relatively healthy, disease-free breed. As with most large breeds, hip dysplasia can be a problem. For this reason, the various Rottweiler breed clubs have had X-ray testing regimens in place for many years. Osteochondritis dissecans, a condition affecting the shoulder joints, can also be a problem due to the breed’s rapid growth rate. A reputable breeder will have the hips and elbows of all breeding stock X-rayed and read by a recognized specialist, and will have the paperwork to prove it.
They will also have certificates that their breeding animals do not have entropion or ectropion and that they have full and complete dentition with a scissor bite.
Keep your Rottweiler in good shape by measuring his food and feeding him twice a day rather than leaving food out all the time. If you’re unsure whether he’s overweight, give him the eye test and the hands-on test. First, look down at him. You should be able to see a waist. Then place your hands on his back, thumbs along the spine, with the fingers spread downward. You should be able to feel but not see his ribs without having to press hard. If you can’t, he needs less food and more exercise.
Rottweilers have a short double coat that’s straight and coarse. The outer coat is medium in length, shorter on the head, ears, and legs; the undercoat is found mainly on the neck and thighs. The amount of undercoat your Rottie has depends on the climate in which he lives.
The Rottweiler is always black with markings that are rust to mahogany in color. The markings appear over the eyes, on the cheeks, on each side of the muzzle, on the chest and legs, and beneath the tail. There are also tan lines that resemble pencil marks on the toes.