rottweiler back leg problems

Leg Problems in Rottweilers: A Detailed Accounting

What does it mean when your Rottweiler suddenly starts limping on a back leg? How do you determine which leg is painful, and how do you diagnose the cause? In such a large dog as the Rottie, lameness is not unexpected from time to time. Most dog owners are mostly […]

How To Crate Train a Rottweiler

How To Crate Train a Rottweiler?

Dogs have instincts they adopted from wild ancestors many years ago. Wolves seek out a den as an area for safety, having litter and a place to call home. Dogs see a crate as their special den area as well. Crate training isn’t cruel and isn’t a punishment area for […]

Rottweiler Breeding

Rottweiler Breeding: Everything You Need to Know

Rottweilers are a recognized breed for their attributes of being very muscular and beautiful dogs with distinct markings. They are lovingly called Rotties by their owners and family members. This breed is very popular, and proper breeding practices can produce beautiful litters of puppies. You must remember that you want […]

How Often Do You Brush a Rottweiler's Teeth

How Often Do You Brush a Rottweiler’s Teeth?

A Rottie owner needs to brush their dogs’ teeth at least once per week to stave off tartar accumulation. This minimum level of dental care helps your dog’s teeth and gums stay healthy. Rottweilers tend to develop gum disease although they rarely develop cavities. You can more easily brush the teeth […]

What Dog Can Beat A Rottweiler

What Dog Can Beat A Rottweiler?

Rottweilers are quite large dogs that reach 22 to 27 inches tall at the shoulder and between 85 and 130 pounds when they are full-grown adults. They are considered a large breed of dog that originates in Germany. Are Rottweilers Agressive Dogs? Depending on how a dog of any breed […]

How To Tell If A Rottweiler Is Purebred

How To Tell If A Rottweiler Is Purebred

If you are searching for the perfect new pet and you want a purebred Rottweiler, then you need to be able to tell by its appearance if it is indeed purebred. Dogs don’t have to be registered to be purebred, because one of the parent dogs may be the perfect […]