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Why Rottweilers Make Good Pets.

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Why Rottweilers Make Good pets.
What if you could have someone to watch over your children so that you were confident in feeling no one will ever harm them? What if that same someone would also love to play and grow with your children? Would you be interested in learning more?

I will explain several points that I think make the Rottweiler a good pet.

They are large, stocky, muscular, powerful, calm, steady-tempered, and confident

very loyal to the family and an intimidating deterrent to stranger.

According to, The Dog Breed Information Center, The American Kennel Club,

The American Rottweiler Club, Your Pure Bred Puppy and Terrifcpets.com

The Rottweiler is a calm and self-confident dog, who has an inherent desire to

protect home and family. A docile, natural guard dog with a laid-back, reliable temperament. The

Rottie is powerful, calm, trainable, courageous, and devoted to their owner and family.

Rottweilers are highly intelligent and have proven their worth beyond question in police,

military, and customs work over many centuries and they can also be trained for competitive

obedience. Because of their size, training should begin when they are a small puppy. This

breed needs a lot of leadership and socialization. The objective in training this dog is to achieve a

pack leader status. It is a natural instinct for a dog to have an order in their pack. When humans

live with dogs we become their pack. The entire pack cooperates under a single leader. Lines are

clearly defined and the rules are set. You MUST be higher up in the order than the dog. They

should be taught from an early age what is, and what is not, acceptable behavior. Like

any dominant breed, Rottweilers must be handled with firm and consistent training. Obedience

training and socialization are a must. Loyal and protective, they will defend their family fiercely

if needed, seemingly immune to pain. A Rottie will fight to protect...

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