Are there 2 different types of rottweilers?

Asked By: Rene Robel
Date created: Sun, Dec 13, 2020 10:32 PM
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There are only two types of Rottweilers well-bred ones and poorly bred ones now the question is then what makes him a German, American, Roman, Canadian, French and Italian Rottweiler? The answer is a simple country of birth in which a Rottweiler is born.
Answered By: Micaela Lockman
Date created: Tue, Dec 15, 2020 12:35 AM
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Rottweilers are aggressive and vicious.

This opinion is the go-to myth that some people fall back upon with any dog breed they deem violent and unpredictable. In truth, the Rottweiler is a steadfast, friendly, and affectionate dog.
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Because of the myth perpetuated in Misconception #1, Rottweilers are often considered unsafe around children. Remember, Rottweilers are no more hazardous to a child than any other dog breed. When raised and trained properly, they are protective and loving of their family members. They make excellent guard dogs, too.
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When it comes to cruise ships that allow pets, there's only one: Cunard's Queen Mary 2. On certain transatlantic sailings -- those between New York and Southampton, either direction -- you can bring your dog or cat, but that doesn't mean your fuzzy family members will be able to snuggle with you in your cabin.
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Historically, Rottweilers' tails were docked for practical reasons like preventing tail injuries as the breed is a working type which sees a great deal of rigorous physical activities. Fighting breeds also used tail docking to reduce weak points in a dog… A lot of people still practice tail docking today.
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It bans the breeding and sale/exchange of four kinds of dog - the pit bull terrier, the Japanese tosa, the Dogo Argentino, and the Fila Brasileiro… Out-of-control dogs can be seized and destroyed, and the owners faces a fine or up to six months in prison.
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Although many Rottweilers can and do swim, some are not so keen. Rottweilers are not naturally a water or sporting breed, they are more of a working, herding and guard dog… Also, because Rottweilers tend to be heavier set, muscular dogs, they are not especially well designed for swimming.
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