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German Rottweiler

If you’re thinking about German Rottweiler dogs, actually it is the right breed that fits your lifestyle. It’s details like size, energy level, and personality can really affect not only your home but the happiness of your new furry friend. They are energetic, protective, and loyal dog and if you might want to consider the German Rottweiler or if this makes you feel a bit confused, don’t worry, you’re not alone! To learn more about that tricky German Rottweiler, Read this article till the end to get brief information about German Rottweiler breeders.

German Rottweiler Breeders

When we consider the German Rottweiler Breeders, they are born and registered by the ADRK in Germany are the ‘cream of the crop’. Which means the Rottweiler’s native country is in Germany. If your Rottweiler was originally born in Germany, you can safely assume that your Rottweiler is defined as a German Rottweiler. As well, ‘The ADRK  (Allgemeiner Deutscher Rottweiler Klub) defines and promotes the Rottweiler Breed Standard and enforces these standards through strict breeding protocols’. It is a Rottweiler club in Germany which is very selective about the dogs allowed to reproduce. Yes, German Rottweiler has to be born in Germany or have parents who are German-born with ADRK registration papers. Thus, this is the foundation for the superior quality of German-born Rottweilers. Also, these are only TRUE ‘German Rottweilers’.  Well, we know that Rottweiler is from Germany, and originally Rome. The German Rottweiler is a large-sized dog with an adult male weighing 110-130 pounds and a female weighing in between 77-110 pounds. According to the American Kennel Club, Male German rottweilers can be up to 27 inches tall and females can get up to 25 inches tall.

Actually, having a German Rottweiler as a family member requires a lot of responsibility and patience. It is a powerful breed that needs socialization, consistent training, and daily exercise to be the best it can be a loyal family member and guardian. Also, German Rottweiler is a breed that loves bratwurst and beer and, most of all, boasts thick bones, a big, blocky head, and an imposing, stocky body. The life expectancy of the German Rottweiler is 10 years.

 

We can consists of a set of comprehensive conformation such as size, head, coat, eye color, teeth, no disqualifying faults as per show-ring and etc, the temperament like obedience, courage, attentiveness, hardness and more and health evaluations like Aortic Stenosis, Hip Dysplasia, Elbow Dysplasia, Entropion, Ectropion, Cruciate Ligament Rupture, OCD (Osteochondritis Dissecans), Cancer, etc which are in place to ensure that only the best representatives of the breed are allowed to produce puppies. The Germany a Rottweiler’s tail is now left natural, while the AKC Breed Standard (USA) requires the tail to be docked (cut short). Actually, the dogs here will also be required to have natural tails. Personally, I don’t think there’s any reason to choose a pup with a docked tail over one who has a full tail. However, A true German Rottweiler is one born in Germany. If they have excellent German bloodlines in their pedigree including close relatives though, not just 4 or 5 generations back. Somewhat, they are not German Rottweilers and they’re ‘citizens’ of their country of birth, but with German ancestry. The ADRK wants their Rottweiler to be compatible for use as companion dogs, security dogs, working dogs, guide dogs for the blind and or disabled and family dogs. So that’s the reasons they have such strict guidelines where temperament is concerned. By the way, the German Rottweiler breed is famous for their devotion and loyalty to their owners.

German Rottweiler Temperament

The German Rottweiler is the most popular for their devotion and loyalty to their masters that are most stronger than other dogs and these dogs are used especially in police work. The reason is they’re often the target of laws aimed at controlling or banning dangerous dogs. Anyhow, this amazing Rottweiler breed is an intelligence, endurance, and willingness to work make them perfect police dogs, service dogs, and therapy dogs.  You know that some insurance companies won’t sell homeowners’ policies to anyone who owns a Rottweiler. Rottweiler can put children, the elderly, smaller adults, and anyone who is unsteady on his feet at risk. However, when trained properly, they are great with children and other dogs as well though they will be protective of their pack. Rottie’s idea of a playful nudge might have a much greater impact. The Rotty must need entirely possible to find a gentle and family-friendly Rottweiler. German Rottweiler has excelled as a police dog, herding dog, service dog, therapy dog, and obedience competitor. Furthermore, German Rottie puppy can be a wonderful companion, guardian, and all-around dog with early socialization, training and also keep your Rottie require extensive socialization and training from early puppyhood. So that they should live indoors as a family dog and if they are to be well-adjusted members of the family and well-mannered when taken out in public. Normally, German Rottie needs at least a couple of 10- to 20-minute walks daily and it is good for your Rottie put on weight easily, plus mental stimulation in the form of training and puzzles toys to keep their bodies and minds in shape.

Actually, Rotties thrive when they have work to do, whether it’s obedience competition, competitive protection work, agility, carting, therapy dog work, or herding. Especially, Rottie will repay you with love and respect. Also, you’ll see some differences between the sexes because they can be aggressive toward strange dogs and the same sex. The German breed standards concur on height and you train and socialize your German Rottie, expect to be subjected to sometimes unfair advance judgments about your dog. German Rottie loves people and when bred properly he will make a great and gentle companion. Also, The kindness in the nature of this breed makes him an all-around caring dog that will protect his family with devotion if he sees the need. In actual fact an aggressive Rottie is generally the result of irresponsible ownership, lack of training, poor or no socialization, neglect. When you trained improperly, we can accidentally create a negative temperament in our Rottweilers. So that it is never a good idea to hit or yell at your Rottweiler when they are disobedient, or during training sessions. This only confuses the dog and when you abuse a dog, they become fearful.

Actually, Fear is the #1 cause of aggression. So when they get scared, Rottie lash out to defend themselves. Always you want to use a reward system when training your dog. Then this teaches your Rottie good behavior get a good reward and bad behavior should get you no reward. In keeping your Rottweiler Temperament Positive teach them what is good, positive behavior. They are not going to learn this on their own and they need your guidance to keep them in line. If you are showing signs of aggressive or negative behavior, you must teach them how to control their temper. Keep in mind that this is not an easy task. However, since the Rottweiler is such an obedient and loyal breed, they will most likely do whatever you teach them to do. When you teach them to be aggressive, they will be aggressive and If you teach them to be kind and gentle, they will gladly follow your guidance and just be a love. And also you give them positive attention then you will have no problem keeping your Rottweiler temperament in your under control.

German Rottweiler Diet

If you’re wondering what the best Dog Food is for German Rottie? Take it easy, because you have come to the right place. Always, we all want our Rottweilers to be happy and healthy. So a healthy diet is the most essential part for that. Rottweiler dogs need different diet at different stages of life. As a German Rottie Puppy Diet star from 5 weeks to 12 weeks feed a rehydratable dry food. Also, from 12 weeks onwards, feed a normal quality puppy dry food such as Supercoat Puppy. Chicken necks chopped up into fine pieces for calcium and Fresh chicken mince for protein and calcium. The Quality beef mince or quality ox cheek mince for protein and Goats Cheese for protein and calcium. Also, Rottie puppy milk like Goats milk is best for protein, calcium and essential vitamins and minerals. Especially, they feed on average, 3 times a day or at least twice and Mix the diet up regularly.

In fact, an Adult Rottweiler Diet is consists of High protein dry food/kibble such as Eukanuba / Advance / Supercoat / etc. Also, they need fresh chicken mince/chicken wings/chicken necks for protein and calcium. And also, they like to eat something like chicken, chicken meal, herring meal, turkey meal, etc. So you should feed your Rottie chicken with bone 4 days per week plus veggies. Also, 3000 mg of fish oil every day should be given to puppy during the growing phase. So you can start with 1000 mg take it up to 3000 mg in 2 weeks. Although, Rottie love to eat Lamb necks/lamb shanks, Beef mince, Kangaroo mince, Rabbit mince and more. Actually, Beef (buffalo or elk) with veggies should be fed days per week and Include a raw meaty bone such knuckle and neck on 1-2 days when you are feeding him red meat. Further, Rottie like to drink Goats milk and cheese is best for protein, calcium and essential vitamins and minerals. Mainly, they eat meat in their diets to keep them healthy as well as to control their weight. Rottie needs a feed at most 2 times a day. Once is often enough. In addition, they eat Egg yellow / yolk 2 to 3 times a week and Multi-vitamin and mineral powder a few times a week. Keep in mind that Worm every 3 to 6 months and especially they need exercise every day.

 

Otherwise, Taste of the Wild, EUKANUBA Premium Active Adult 30 or 20 Food for Working and Sporting Dogs, Fromm Gold Nutritionals Large Breed, Wellness CORE Large Breed and BLUE Wilderness Rocky Mountain Large Breed Red Meat Recipe are most popular and the #1 Best Rottweiler puppy Food bags for the German Rottweiler Diet. So you can buy these from any supermarket and at the cheapest price. Commercial food for your Rottweiler should be free of low-quality preservatives and flavors. Anyhow, healthy diet arises their skin and coat will also look great and with the proper healthy diet, your Rottie will be happy and healthy!

The health of the German Rottweiler

“Health is wealth” is the commonest phrase we have already heard. By the way, There are several health issues connected with the Rottweiler, and Aortic Stenosis, Hip Dysplasia, Elbow Dysplasia, Entropion, Ectropion, Cruciate Ligament Rupture, OCD (Osteochondritis Dissecans), Cancer, JLLP (Juvenile Laryngeal Paralysis & Polyneuropathy), Wet Eczema, Cold Water Tail and more are the most health problems of the German Rottweiler.

Actually, Hip dysplasia is the most common inherited orthopedic disease in large and giant breed dogs. The hip joint is a “ball and socket” joint formed by the pelvis. The thing is bone doesn’t fit snugly into the hip joint. Then they have a pain and lameness on one or both rear legs, but you may not notice any signs of discomfort in a dog with hip dysplasia.  The Elbow dysplasia refers to several conditions that affect the elbow joint. Actually, osteochondrosis of the medial humeral condyle, fragmented medial coronoid process, ununited anconeal process and incongruent elbow. This problem occurs when both bone ends in a joint don’t develop at the same time or when they are misshapen for any reason. This is a polygenic condition, although it is not currently known how many or which genes are responsible. Entropion is a rolling inward of the eyelids causing the eyelashes to rub on the surface of the eye. This is most painful to the dog and results in damage to the cornea, causing ulcers. In fact, Ectropion is a rolling outwards of the eyelids that are usually resolved as the dog grows and matures. Cruciate Ligament Rupture is the crossover behind the kneecap, holding the top and bottom parts of the hind legs together also these ligaments can sometimes rupture or stretch. OCD (Osteochondritis Dissecans) problems which occur most commonly in the joint areas. Anyhow, almost all the Rottweilers often suffer from joint problems which can then lead to arthritis. So it’s well worth investing in a comfy dog bed and ideally one that a Rottweiler finds easier to get out of.

 

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