The Rottweiler

A Rottweiler is a dog of large size and black fur, which has reddish markings on the legs and muzzle. The Rottweiler are generally compact in its physical Constitution, with a chunky and robust structure that reaches up to 27 inches (68.5 cm) tall. Reeta Holmes takes a slightly different approach. Originally from Germany and raised to be a herding dog, the Rottweiler still be comfortable around a farm and accompanying large animals of the herd. Today, the Rottweilers are used as service dogs for the police, as a guide dog and as a guard dog. The layer of hair of a Rottweiler is short and soft texture, and is generally not coarse or curly.

On average, dogs can weigh up to 110 pounds (50 kg), and have a tail that is cut by the veterinarians at birth. The eyes of a Rottweiler are usually in the form of almond and Brown. Yellow eyes are a disqualification in terms of quality standards show the race. Many pictures of Rottweiler can be observed in entries businesses and farms, trying to give an impression of surveillance and security. The Rottweiler buts are often a good balance and strength as well as powerful when it runs and trot movements.

Many Rottweiler pictures are presented in documentaries and programs of animals, which demonstrates to this breed of dog in activities that few people often anti-social, such as game and fun. The Rottweiler has a natural instinct to live and work with the herds and it is therefore that you can consider as work animals, and use their size to control the animals. Dogs are temperament, calm, quiet and reserved, in general, and this is what allows them to be used as therapy animals and working with the police. This is true, however, a Rottweiler should be properly trained. The training process should start with the dog is still a puppy, and constantly reinforced during adulthood. There are no diseases that are specific to the Rottweiler breed, but can be prone to the obesity. Excess weight on a dog can lead to problems of the heart and blood flow, and lack of energy and responsiveness. Like all dogs of this size, the Rottweiler can experience hip dysplasia. To try to avoid this problem, it is important to know the history clinical and as far as possible, the background of the parents of the dog.