• Malaysian Man Tried To Steal From House, Didn't Realise Owner Owned A Rottweiler

    4 years ago - By Rottweiler Life

    The Prowess of the Rottweiler Guard Dog
    A Rottweiler is a dog breed with origins back in Germany. A broad chest and heavily muscled body structure are some of the features the dog reflects. A well-bred Rottweiler is fearless, warm, and confident. They are robust and loving to their real owners but keep a distance from strangers.
    They portray a “wait-and-see” tactic when confronted with strange people and situations. When all these characteristics are combined, the Rottweiler is a natural guard dog often used in the military and police as a protector and friend.
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  • Rottweiler sees a rabbit outside and takes off running, but I'm glad they got this on camera

    Rottweiler sees a rabbit outside and takes off running, but I'm glad they got this on camera

    4 years ago - By Rottweiler Life

    Many People usually think of Rottweiler as dangerous aggressive dog, but this gentle giant wants you to know that's not the case. they are the most friendly dog breed loyal with there owners and always protect them , Watch as the dog chases around and plays with a bunny rabbit in the backyard!
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  • Rottweiler Dog Breed Information

    Rottweiler Dog Breed Information

    4 years ago - By Rottweiler Life

    Just like the hero Hercules, the Rottweiler dog breed is affectionate and robust. It is usually referred as Rotts or Rotties; this dog breed originated in Germany, where people used for driving their cattle away and pulling carts for butchers and farmers. It has a broad chest and a muscular body. When he starts to move, you will note its stamina and strength, but if you look closely into his eyes, you will observe, dark-brown pools showing a mellow, alert, fearless and intelligent expression. A well-bred Rottweiler is always confident and calm. He is a real threat to strangers or...
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