DID YOU KNOW?
Are all dog breeds created equal? Absolutely not! You may love the look of the Rottweiler breed and you may have grown up around the Rottweiler breed. That does not mean the Rottweiler breed is the right breed for you or your home environment. Make sure you take the time to research the Rottweiler breed and ask lots of questions. If you feel you have what it takes, then we look forward to welcoming you to the DKV family.
The Rottweiler requires a calm and strong handler. If you struggle with being assertive, the Rottweiler will be willing and eager to take on the alpha role of the home.
The Rottweiler is a working breed and require daily exercise. If a Rottweiler is unable to burn energy, they can become disobedient, anxious, and destructive.
Obedience training and socialization are the two most important owner responsibilities. Both training and socialization can be introduced as early as 8 weeks of age.
Contrary to popular beliefs, Rottweilers do shed and require routine grooming. Undercoat shedding is most profound during the change of seasons and during heat cycles in females.
READ MY BLOG
Learn even more about the Rottweiler breed by reading some of my articles posted on my Rottweiler blog. Scroll through my articles below, or, visit my Rottweiler Blog at https://myrottweilerblog.wordpress.com.
You can find lots of Rottweiler breed videos on YouTube, if you prefer not to read. Unfortunately, I learned today that there are many published videos that do not provide correct Rottweiler facts. Maybe I will consider making a few informative Rottweiler breed YouTube videos in the near future.