Ruiz began working on her first feature-length documentary, “Black Beauty Breed.” That she trusted would challenge stereotypes about Rottweilers and feature their gifts as working dogs.

When producer Angie Ruiz and her better half received a rottweiler little dog named Samson in 2007, she and her family experienced passionate feelings for immediately. “He loved coming with us everywhere and was happy to meet other people and dogs,” she claimed. However, Ruiz was disturbed that a few people saw her puppy and saw risk. “When I was pregnant with my first child, I had a few strangers tell me that I should get rid of Samson because ‘he may turn on you one day,'” she said. So, she chose to do something.

stereotypes of the Rottweiler

She decided to break these stereotypes!

Ruiz set out to recount accounts of Rottweilers who showed the sort of adoration and care she knew firsthand and went over some motivating accounts of committed Rotties en route. Black Beauty Breed

Kali the search and rescue dog

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One of the Rottweilers profiled in the film is Kali, who was a police dog in New Jersey. Soon after Kali completed her pursuit and shelter preparing. She was sent to Ground Zero to look for survivors after September 11. Kali and her handler, John Peine, at Ground Zero (Black Beauty Breed)

Ruger the classroom mascot

Ruger is such a sweet Rottie. He goes with his little human to class. Also, he’s currently the official mascot of a fifth-grade study hall. Ruiz said that Ruger “cherishes the children and brings such a great amount of happiness to the class when he visits. He has a brilliant disposition and he is a remarkable scene-stealer in the film!” Angie Ruiz stated.

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Rumor the therapy dog

Talk, a treatment dog at an emergency clinic in California, is credited with helping 15-year-old Helen Richardson recoup from destroying wounds after she was struck by a vehicle at a crosswalk in 2013.

Richardson had been in a state of unconsciousness in the days following her incident until her mom carried Rumor into the medical clinic room. The young lady hadn’t proceeded onward her own yet, However, contacted her hand toward the rottweiler to pet her.

Regardless of positive stories like these, Ruiz says that Rottweilers are one of the most euthanized breeds at covers. Still, there are stereotypes, despite the fact that rottweilers score higher with the American Temperament Test Society than beagles, collies, and Yorkies.

stereotypes of the Rottweiler

Ruiz trusts that by recounting these accounts, she’ll have the option to illustrate the breed she loves. “Indeed, they have a guarding sense like most dogs. However, they were initially reared to work and they are extremely insightful,” she said. “This is the reason they make search and shelter dogs and treatment dogs.” Black Beauty Breed

The film is previously screening, you can watch the trailer here and the DVD will be accessible Jan. 30. Ruiz said she trusts that her narrative will put rottweilers on the reception list for more families and break the stereotypes. Particularly those looking to rescue a dog.

More Rottweiler amazing stories:

Brutus a Goofy Rottweiler Gets Around on Four Prosthetic Legs!

A Protective Rottie And Best Man In A Wedding Saves His Owner From Slipping Into A Diabetic Coma

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