Rottweiler Puppy Training

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Many things are said about the Rottweiler dogs. Its origins are in Germany, and although they were used as a traction dog, its most common use has always been as a watchdog. This inflames the belief that it is an aggressive animal always ready to bite humans.

All this is false. In fact, the Rottweiler is a very docile animal, loyal, affectionate and obedient, like no other breed. There are breeders who select more dominant dogs, but actually this is a very submissive race and docile with its owner. It is inherent in this breed an unquestioning loyalty and constant surveillance of the home and family. It is very protective and will defend their pack with everything he needs no matter what the consequences are, making it one of the best watch dogs.

The Rottweiler is charming with its family, and also very tolerant with children. The problem is that it has a lot of energy, so you have to know how to control it, to not hurt anyone, that’s the reason why we need to train your dog correctly to help us master this brave and protective dog.

This is actually an animal that is not aggressive at all; it’s actually very quiet and alert. Of course, it will defend the family, especially if it is trained as a watch dog, but it won’t attack without provocation under any circumstances. With the correct training it can become a perfect animal for any family.

The Rottweiler is a dog that can suffer some health problems such as hip dysplasia, but other common diseases are not known in this breed. The average lifespan is around eleven, and litters, can even have 11 puppies.

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Mark Mendoza