25 comments on “Rottweiler Training * 6 Months Old * Over 9 Commands

  1. I am the one who trained Cisco, you can follow me on twitter at
    @OwnedByTiva Please give the video a thumb up if you like it ­čÖé

  2. i will get a rottwiler next summer plz anyone tell me how is pure good
    rottue looks like?

  3. Just adopted a female!!! Getting here next weekend, this video makes me
    excited!!!

  4. they can still wag the little nub, and its just because some people buy
    rotties and other breeds that have their tail docked is because the breeder
    does it when they’re born and the reason for that is 1. breed history (my
    puppy was born with no tail at all because its been docked for so many
    generations before him) 2. if the dog was bought for working purposes then
    you dock the tail. 3. it looks better and if your gonna show your dog the
    tail has to be docked

  5. I am not trying to tell you how to train your dog but always use one word
    commands. I notice you said lay down. However at 9 months he is very smart
    and you did a great job.

  6. That is so cool so young, how do you do the play dead one I’ve always
    wanted to teach my dogs that.´╗┐

  7. Amazing tricks. Sure must have taken a lot of effort. Rotties are
    intelligent but adamant.´╗┐

  8. Awesome, he’s beautiful! I work daily with our almost 5 month old Rottie,
    Lilly Bean. We’re adding new tricks in all the time, so fun! She’s training
    to be a service dog for myself personally as well as visiting elderly care
    facilities´╗┐

  9. very nice and clever dog i bought a 6 month rottweiler 2 days ago and still
    dont know how to teach him commends pls help´╗┐

  10. How? Please share your secrets. I have a 5 month old rottie and he is not
    even close to your training. Please help me. How did u train him? ´╗┐

  11. One word, and it’s AWESOME. I want two Rottweiler’s and I want to train
    them like that.´╗┐

  12. My Rott is 5 months and she sits on command….when she isn’t distracted
    which is often. I’m teaching her lay down and then stay, but it’s a
    struggle with those.´╗┐

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