The Rottweiler is a big dog; they range in size from forty pounds up to one hundred and thirty. Typically they are colored with a black and tan or black and dark reddish brow coat and have short and thick fur. Rottweilers are among the oldest of herding breeds. They were bread to be a working dog, therefore make great pets for people who plan to be active with their dog. In history they were commonly used to herd cattle, and devoted guard dogs.
Rottie Puppies will grow up to be extremely devoted animals, eager to please disposition, highly protective, and well mannered. They are highly aware of their surrounding environment. Your new Rottweiler will be eager to learn what it is you want from them. You’ll want to set the standards right from the start. Make sure you tell your new puppy no the first time he does something wrong. If you don’t allow him to build up a bad habit you won’t have to worry about breaking it later. But, remember, when you bring a new dog into your home that, they don’t know you or your rules yet, so be patient with them.
Give your new Rottweiler pups their own space. To avoid unnecessary messes from your new companion, make sure that when you cannot supervise them, that they have their own space, in the form of a crate or a kennel, this is important when you’re potty training. By using a crate you will not only contain those occasional accidents, and prevent your new pet from destroying things in your home, but you also give your dog a place that they will consider their own.
When you’re looking for a new pet, consider instead of Rottweiler puppies for sale, looking into Rottweiler rescue organizations, and finding a puppy or an adult dog who is in desperate need of a loving home.