This Is Why You Need A Baby Rottweiler In Your Life?

So, you’ve been planning to get a Rottweiler pup for yourself soon? Or are you still confused about whether to get one or not? Your confusion is about to end as you read why a baby Rottweiler is one of the most adorable pets!

1. Your Baby Rottweiler Will Try To Protect You

baby Rottweiler Rottweilers protect people. They were used by shepherds to guide their sheep flocks and cowherds. So expect your puppy to try and protect you and your family despite its small size. They will go to any distance to make sure that their human friends are safe. Isn’t it lovely to have such a caring pet?

Read: Watch This Video To Witness The Beauty Of A Rottweiler-Baby Interaction

2. Baby Rottweiler Loves To Play

Rotties love playing! Give them all kinds of sports and they’ll be happiest babies. Play ‘fetch’ with them, take them swimming or just have a good run with them! Also, mental stimulation is just as necessary for this breed since they’re intelligent and need to use it. So, set up an intelligent obstacle course for them.

3. Training Will Be Fun With These Pups

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They love pleasing their masters and thus will eagerly learn what you teach them. Also, they’re fast learners, so your job will get easier. Take them out for socializing with other people and dogs. Make sure to offer them treats liberally though. It will make them feel appreciated.

4. Rottweilers Are Less Demanding On Time

They will give their 100% while playing with you and cuddling with you. But they also need some “me-time” as they are of somewhat serious nature. This will leave you with some time to do your daily chores and outside work. They are the perfect blend of being goof-balls and also remaining aloof.

While they’re absolute lovelies you need to know that like all other dogs, they also have a few needs and some flaws:

1. Gas Issues

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Though not all, most Rottweiler puppies tend to have gas problems. This leads to them being smelly at times. Burps and drools won’t affect others but the gas coming out of rear can. But for all the love and affectation they’ll give you, isn’t this a very little price?

Read: 9 Signs Your Rottweiler Dog is Actually Your “Baby”

2. Their Coat Needs Tending

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They don’t shed immensely, but you definitely need to take care of their coats. Making them bathe once a week and brushing their furs daily or on alternate days is required. You can surely do this much to make your baby look beautiful and stay clean, right?

After reading all this, don’t you think that a baby Rottweiler will be your perfect pet? For the little care and attention, they need, they give much more love and happiness to their owners. Don’t wait any further, go now and get your Rottie!  

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