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Rottweiler

Rottweiler breed profile

Training and intelligence
This breed is very trainable, but it is very intelligent too, so you must be a good trainer, and show the dog exactly how you expect him to behave, otherwise he is quite capable of making his own decisions. Rottweilers are very eager to work, and the owner must make his/her contribution by socialising and training the dog well. They can be dominant, and are sensitive to your tone of voice.

Temperament
The Rottweiler should be loyal, balanced and spirited.

Marley : Rottweiler

Dogs name: Marley
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Ronnie : Rottweiler

Dogs name: Ronnie
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QJ "short for his pedigree name Quinze : Rottweiler

Dogs name: QJ "short for his pedigree name Quinze
Owners Name: Rob
Qj Doing what he loves best "sleeping"
He is a van hursche breed of rotty, they are almost totally black in colour and have very long fur, the most loving dog you could ever with to meet.

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Roxette : Rottweiler

Dogs name: Roxette
Owners Name: Gina
This is my baby Roxette. Shes the best dog i could ever wish for :)

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jake and chloe : Rottweiler

Dogs name: jake and chloe
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here is a picture of two of our three rotties jake and chloe. Sadly we lost jake to cancer at 6yrs and 7 months

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Shadow(left)Buck(right : Rottweiler

Dogs name: Shadow(left)Buck(right
Owners Name: Daniel and Patricia Coy
They are the best dogs to have for a family.

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my kids : Rottweiler

Dogs name: my kids
Owners Name: rene torash
the greatest dog-breed in the whole world

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Goldwings Batista : Rottweiler

Dogs name: Goldwings Batista
Owners Name: Fiorenzo e Valentina

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Libby : Rottweiler

Dogs name: Libby
Owners Name: Michele
This is my baby....feroucious or what!! She is the first rottie ive ever had and shes been a pleasure to have. Am so sick of everyones reaction to her tho! :-(

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