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The Rottweiler is an old breed that began in Germany as a cattle drover. Today it
rivals the best of dogs as a champion and guardian. The Rottweiler was named after the
German town of Rottweil. A Rottweiler is a natural born trotter. To see a large athletic
Rottweiler move is like poetry in motion. These dogs can easily weigh more than most
humans and far more powerful. When you see a Rottweiler muzzled, you can figure that the
owner may well not be kidding. The Rottweiler is not only large, agile and powerful, but
he is also known to have a tremendously powerful bite! It is never a good idea to pet any
large breed dog without the permission of it's owner. The Rottweiler is a breed that is
quick on the trigger when a situation that calls for instant defense arises, yet is a good laid
back family dog with very high intelligence (quick learners) Some say they have the
intelligence of a five year old child and needs the same amount of attention and
supervision. On that note would you let a five year drive your car on a highway alone?
Why would anyone think it is alright to let a Rottweiler run loose? The Rottweiler has the
inherent desire to protect the home and family and is an intelligent dog of extreme hardness
and adaptability with a strong willingness to work. The Rottweiler is a high energy dog
outside and very low energy dog inside the home. These qualities make the Rottweiler a
great house dog.
We sell Rottweilers as pets with obedience training, or for family protection with
obedience and protection training, or as attack dogs and man stoppers for strictly
professional use! "ONLY TO QUALIFIED OWNERS"
The Rottweiler is exceptionally well suited to being a loyal companion, security and
working dog. It is self assured, steady and fearless. A Rottweiler must learn, from the start,
it's position in the family. It is usually tolerant of children, but parents need to make sure
that every child that comes in contact with the dog is taught to treat the dog fairly and
should be actively involved in the dog's education process. Every first time Rottweiler
owner needs to take the time to learn how to properly train a puppy from day one prior to
getting one. It is important that everyone in the home be on the same page with training the
dog. Rules for the dog need to set down from day one. No one should allow the dog, at any
time, to break the rules and another enforce the rules. Mixed messages in the dog's mind
will cause an uncontrollable dog. These dogs work best with praise for the good things
they do rather than harsh correction. Rottweilers are people pleaser's and are not happy if
they have made you upset with them.
In a nutshell, Rules-Rules-Rules, Socialize-Socialize-Socialize,
Limitations and Boundries, Praise-Praise and more Praise. Do your
homework, ask lots of questions from professionals that know this
breed prior to getting a Rottweiler. It is much easier to train your dog
from the start than it is to undo out of control behavior. These are not
Golden or Labs Retrievers. They do not do well shut away from their
family. Make them a family member and you will have wonderful
companion that will lay down his life for you and the family. A dog in
the back yard cannot protect his family or the content of your home.
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I have to ask the following questions:
Do you know how many children go missing from their beds at night? Do you
know how many Child Molesters live in your community?
"It Is Up To You To Protect Your Children and Your Home"