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Rotweiler Dogs

Taking Care of a Rottweiler

The Rottweiler is playful, always ready to play a game, willing to do more to satisfy his master. It is a pretty quiet dog who rarely barks. If ignored will find creative ways to attract the attention of the owner. If he will be left alone, in time it can develop aggressive or destructive behavior such as red bark or abstention from food. The care for a dog like this must be a very responsible act and a continuous effort.

The Rottweiler is a dog that needs plenty of exercise every day. If his need to move is satisfied by long daily walks, jogging, swimming or various new physical activities he can successfully adapt to an apartment life. The Rottweiler is an active and energetic dog that needs constant incentives to avoid boredom and develop behavioral problems.

The Rottweiler does not shed excessively glossy and his fur is short and easy to maintain and is very connected to the Rottweiler food it gets. Usually the food has to be very rich in calcium and vitamins for bones and fur. Brushing his fur regularly with a rough brush will help maintain its coat in good condition. Also, another important aspect about his fur is that you should bathe him only when necessary.

The Rottweiler breed is generally a healthy breed that prefers cool climates. Some examples of Rottweiler dogs are susceptible to certain diseases such as hip or elbow dysplasia, gastric torsion, and allergies. Most Rottweiler health issues are hereditary or strongly linked to his nutrition diet.

The Rottweiler is a special breed that deserves our attention and care. Perhaps the most important thing, given the wave of bitterness currently available from this race, is to properly inform the characteristics and needs of this dog. A responsible owner, which tracks both its own animal welfare, and compliance with laws and living community, will educate and train his companion so that the Rottweiler will become a positive example, to counter misconceptions formed about this breed.