German Rottweiler

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Rottweiler Video: Baby Jaylon playing ball with Chopper, his 150lb Rottweiler

My grandson loves playing ball and giving kisses to his German Rottweiler, Chopper. Although Chopper is very well trained and protective over Jaylon, he is a… Video Rating: 4 / 5 Click Here to Learn How Easy it is to Groom Your Dog at Home! Rottweiler on Amazon: The Mountain Men’s Rottweiler Face T-shirt, Black, […]

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What You Should Know About The German Rottweiler

Basically a German Rottweiler is a dog that is born in Germany while an American Rottweiler is a dog that is born in the United States. Although there are not very many differences between the two forms of Rottweiler, one of the biggest differences is that all German Rottweilers born after June 1998 have tails. However, don’t be fooled by backyard breeders who claim the size, heads, bone and temperament of Rottweilers are different between the German and American breeds. Rather the breed standards between the two breeds are nearly identical aside from the tail.

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