The Loyal and Loving Guardian


The confident, loyal Rottweiler is a member of the working group. These trusty family guardians currently rank at number eight on the American Kennel Club chart.
So, would a Rottweiler make a good pet for your family?

Rottweilers are big dogs that aren’t suited to apartment living, and you’ll need a spacious home with a garden if you want to give a home to one of these pups. “Rotties” can stand up to 27 inches at the shoulder. And these dogs are muscular, powerful animals that can look imposing, especially to strangers visiting your home.

However, a thoughtfully raised, well-socialized Rottweiler is confident and even-tempered, and brave but not aggressive. Although sometimes aloof, the Rottweiler is surprisingly playful and has an endearing personality, once you get to know him. That said, if you take on a Rottweiler puppy, you should understand that early socialization is crucial to ensure that your dog grows into an obedient, calm animal.
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