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Meet the sweetest puppy named Brady. He is a handsome AKC Rottweiler. He loves being outside exploring the great outdoors. He has a very sweet friendly personality. Mia his momma, is a gorgeous, good-natured Rottweiler. She weighs a healthy 95 lbs. Beau the dad, is a strong, chunky Rottweiler weighing 110 lbs. He is a very obedient, loyal dog. Both parents have champion bloodlines. Brady will join his new home microchipped, up to date on vaccines and dewormer, his very first vet check completed. We offer a 2-week health guarantee with this puppy and a 1-year genetic health guarantee. For more information about this puppy please contact us today. Sunday Calls will be returned Monday! Thanks
Despite what you might have heard, purebred rottweiler are not temperamentally unsound or inherently vicious. Well-bred, well-socialized Rotties are playful, gentle, and loving to their families. They are easy to train if treated with respect and make great companions.
As wonderful as Rottweilers can be, they aren’t the dog for everyone. You must not only be dedicated to training and socializing your Rottie, but you must also deal with people who don’t understand the breed and pre-judge it. Because of bad or tragic experiences with Rottweilers or other large breeds, some cities have banned the breed. It’s unfair to judge an entire breed by the actions of a few, but it’s a reality you will have to deal with if you own a Rottweiler.
You can do your part to redeem the reputation of the breed by training your Rottweiler to obey and respect people. Most important, don’t put your Rottie in the backyard and forget about him. This is a dog who is loyal to his people and wants to be with them. If you give him the guidance and structure he needs, you’ll be rewarded with one of the finest companions in the world.
Rottweilers are large, powerful dogs and require extensive socialization and training from early puppyhood. Because of the current prejudice against dogs such as Rottweilers and claims that they can be dangerous, you may have to carry extra liability insurance to own one, depending upon the ordinances in your town.
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.
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.