Pitbull And Rottweiler Puppies Make Energetic And Adorable Pets

Pitbull and Rottweiler puppies are full of energy. They grow up to be dominant and strong dogs. So you have to keep in mind that your pup requires proper training. Once trained, a Pitbull-Rottweiler cross puppy will make an excellent pet.


A full-grown Pitweiler has a strong built and weighs around 45-100 pounds. They are about 18-26 inches tall, with a muscular body. The outer appearance can be closer to either of the parents. The coat may be thick like that of Rottweiler’s or fine/ small like Pitbull’s. They come in colors like- black, brown, speckled, white, golden, chocolate, etc. A long curly tail is another of their features.

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Nature Of Pitbull And Rottweiler Puppies

Having Pitbull and Rottweiler for parents, these puppies are bound to be smart and dominant. They are playful and demand attention from their owners. Although they grow to be big, their goofy nature makes them adorable. They’re great with kids if trained well. But mostly, their temperament depends on that of their parents’.

Training And Exercise For Pitbull And Rottweiler Puppies

Pitbull and Rottweiler puppies

Being a highly active breed, these pups need daily mental and physical exercise. One hour every day must be spent in running or walking. You can train them to jump higher because they are natural jumpers. Also, they can be trained from an early age to pull weights.

The right person will make their already sharp reflexes even more so. They are quick learners and are highly motivated. But the trainer must know how to handle a dominant dog. Otherwise, your pup won’t accept your leadership easily. That being said, if trained well from a young age, they make great companions.

Taking Care Of Your Pitweiler

They usually are not heavy shedders (a sigh of relief!) and their coat is easy to brush. A few brushings a week will suffice for most of the year. During the shedding season, however, a brush per day would be recommended.

Brush their teeth about 4 times per week. It is essential to take care of your pup’s oral health. Bathe them every once in a while to keep the coat clean.

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Pitbull and Rottweiler puppies are generally healthy but might develop health conditions as they grow up. Hip dysplasia is one of the most common health conditions in them. It comes from both of their parents. Allergies and cataract may be the other health conditions in older dogs. So, get regular check-ups done to keep your pup healthy.

A well-socialized, trained and happy Pitweiler is a delight to have. Pitbull and Rottweiler puppies are a good choice for owners who have already owned dogs. They make good family pets and can serve as watchdogs as they grow up. If this sounds good to you then bring home one of these goofballs. You’ll find a companion for life in them!


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