- Thinking about getting the long-haired Rottweiler?
- Maybe you have just seen one and would like to know whether he or she was a crossbreed? Or perhaps you would like to have a Rottweiler and think that a long-haired lovely pup is suitable for you?
Thinking about getting the long-haired Rottweiler?
Maybe you have just seen one and would like to know whether he or she was a crossbreed? Or perhaps you would like to have a Rottweiler and think that a long-haired lovely pup is suitable for you?
Well, We have plenty of information on the Rottweiler. So, right here, we’re going to share some of them about the Rotty with longer hair.
How Do You Get a Long Haired Rottie?
Many people are confused when the Rottweiler is not the traditional short-haired version. They think that they must not be a pure breed. So, that may be the case in some that you see, but it’s common for a Rottweiler to be born with more hair than others.When the American Kennel Club (AKC) decided on breed restrictions, they decided that the long-haired Rottweilers didn’t meet breed standards.
There are actually quite a large number of people who want to adopt Rottweilers with longer hair. But few breeders are selling them. There are strict guidelines for a Rottweiler breeding and many breeders will not sell rough or long-haired Rottweilers.
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The genetic reason for long hair in the Rottweiler breed is not foolproof. Even if you bred two dogs with long, flowing, locks you would be likely to get only one or two long-haired puppies in the litter. Currently, due to kennel club standards being adhered to, many long-haired Rottweiler puppies will be euthanized. You may be surprised to learn of a rough-coated Rotty This rough-haired gene is also scorned in the show ring by the AKC.
Concerns About Long Haired Rottweilers
Are long-haired Rottweilers carry any health problems?
After intense research, I discovered that they don’t seem to carry any health issues. They are very healthy just like the short-haired dogs we usually see.
It’s not confirmed to have any disease or genetic issues. So, you don’t need to worry to have a new one added to your family.
As long as there have been many cases of The Rottweiler being bred for the wrong reasons, within the Rottweiler community, breeding is usually strictly about ethics. Any long-haired Rottweiler puppies that come out of a litter will all be altered and placed as “pet quality” and sold as personal companions. This is far better than the aforementioned euthanasia.
So far, it looks like there are absolutely no signs of temper change due to the long-haired gene. These dogs are just as kind and cute as their siblings. So, why they make such great family dogs.
Should you get a Long Haired Rottie?
We would definitely recommend this dog to you. If you are a fan of long-haired dogs, you love Rottweilers, the long-haired Rottweiler will be the optimum addition to your family.