Rottweilers are very different from other breeds of dogs. Likewise, life with a Rottweiler is very different. They are rare and have a very different personality than most other dogs. They are independent yet trainable family dogs who will stick by you through thick and thin.

Earlier Rotties were used as herding dogs or protection dogs. People would tie their money bags and other essentials around their necks to keep them protected. Nowadays, they are used as family dogs or by the police departments as guard dogs. No wonder, Rottweilers are all-rounders.

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Rottweilers can’t stand excess heat. They mostly stay indoors so bigger houses are advantageous. Keep a separate room for them that will have access to the backyard. Life with a Rottweiler can be fun if you train them properly and give them enough boops!

Life with a Rottweiler

They eat dog food and raw meat too. 2 cups of dog food and one cup of raw meat, where each cup is eight ounces, is advised. They eat only once in a day, preferably at night. Mornings are for exercising and it might cause bloating problems. Overeating can lead to an overweight dog which will lead to various health issues.

Furniture should be limited because they eat them up or tear them. Certain accommodations can be customized. Lamps or other decorative stuff may need to be avoided.

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Big dogs cause a lot of damage, they break the back of the couch, make holes on the walls, etc. Since these dogs are very destructive, it’s not everybody’s cup of tea to breed them. You must be willing to take responsibility for your Rottie. You must be prepared to manage a big dog who can be a bit intimidating at times too!

They are a great family pet only if you take care of them and are responsible. These breeds mostly have a bad reputation but it is certainly the bad owners that give them such a reputation. Life with a Rottweiler is a big task! So, are you up for it?

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