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What better companions to have than rottweilers? However, when left on their own, rottweilers tend to be slightly naughty. Therefore, having an enclosed yard can help keep them out of trouble. Many people imagine that because of rottweilers’ stocky build, they cannot jump over a fence. From this article, you will find that this assumption is far from the truth. Rottweilers can jump up to 4 feet high in the air. Therefore, the four-legged beast…

So you’re walking in the neighborhood when a rottweiler suddenly attacks you. What exactly do you do? If you find yourself in the unfortunate position of being attacked by a rottweiler, it’s important to remember that these dogs are very powerful. You’ll have to rely on your instincts, speed of response, adrenaline, and a lot of luck if you want to take them down. 1. Stay Calm and Do Not Run You could feel frightened,…

Amidst your research into your next new dog, have you ever thought that a purebred was not the right fit? Whether health concerns or no breed matches all your criteria, you may choose to get a hybridized dog. You may even want to delve into a complex mix of more than two breeds, such as the German Shepherd Husky Rottie mix. A German Shepherd Husky Rottweiler mix is a stunning black and tan dog with…

Have you ever looked at a group of dogs and thought mixing all of them would create a great-looking pet with a lot of family-friendly attributes? No doubt people who desire aggressive dogs have imagined and perhaps even created the Pitbull Rottweiler German Shepherd mix. Does the result measure up to expectations? A Pitbull Rottweiler German Shepherd mix looks like a medium-large version of a streamlined American Pit Bull Terrier. The dog has a noble…

Many people research the history of a specific dog breed in order to know more about their current traits, appearance, and temperament. Many dog breeds have been used for different types of dog in history, depending on when they were first bred and where they were at that time before they became family members as they are now. Read on to learn all about the Rottweiler’s history and how, depending on which country they originated…

Have you ever seen a dog that you thought was a Rottweiler, but it had fringes of long hair or feathers on its ears? If it was smaller and had a rounder, softer face than a Rottie with perhaps some white on the toes and chest, it could very well have been a Cocker Spaniel mix. The Cocker Spaniel Rottweiler mix, or Cockweiler, is a medium-large designer dog. Typically sporting a vibrant black and tan…