Discover Ten Pertinent Facts About Rottweiler Breed
Rottweiler is one of the most misjudged and misunderstood breeds of dogs. They are commonly known to be quite aggressive and have a vicious temperament. However, the love and loyalty that this breed has for its family, is incomparable. In many cases, most of the blame lies in the way it was trained rather than an inherent tendency to violence. The breed loves its family to an extent few other breeds do, and while it sounds quite rosy on the paper, the truth could get ugly. For instance, if they are not trained to be social and develop a trust of their owners they will set ground rules and that is good for No-one.
Some pertinent and fun facts about Rottweiler breeds will shed a lot of light on the lives of these lovely animals.
- There are generally two major kinds of Rottweiler breeds – Rottweiler and Rottweiler. Some Breeders and countries tend to emphasise some different characteristics, although the breed standard world wide is pretty much universal slight differences in build is what separates them from each other.
- This breed has very little tolerance for social manners and can drool and slobber as they grow older. (mine drool over cheese) They have a nasty tendency to fart at the most inopportune times depending on the diet they are on.
- Fierce and sometimes warranted bad reputation apart, they are the most loving and caring of all dog breeds.
- They are some of the earliest guard dogs ever bred. Even now they serve in military and in bomb squads across the world.
- Farmers and butchers in Germany used them to drive cattle and pull their carts and protect their money from that beginning the breed has always had bulky physique sometimes at the expense of athleticism.
- Some airlines around the world do not allow flying with this breed. Their temperamental nature is considered to be the reason.
- Most specimens of this breed are goofy and cavort around the house like lolling puppies in the presence of family. They revert back to their earned serious nature when strangers are present.
- Rottweiler breed needs proper care and training to deliver on the promise of excellence.
- Rottweiler is one of the most banned breed of dogs in the world. Many cities have a blanket ban owing to incidents that gave these animals the tag of “killing dogs.”
- Leaving a stump for a tail on the Rottweiler is called docking. It was a traditional way but many countries banned this practice, with notable exceptions being the US and New Zealand.
In all the years since it was first bred as a working dog for cattle drives and guard duty, the breed of Rottweiler has come a long way. Many covet it and many cower but it remains to this day a fine specimen of canine perfection.
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