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    Due to their extreme loyalty and intelligence, Rottweilers were among the first police dogs to serve in the military. These pups are fierce guardians of their family and home, making them top contenders for guard dog duties. Loving, faithful, and easily trainable, Rottweilers are built for ultimate companionship. Known for their fierce protection instincts and ability to defend against danger, full grown dogs are strong and intense. These pups are best suited for families who have experience handling large, powerful dogs and remaining consistent in obedience.Rottweiler’s have hearts of gold behind their tough exteriors and readily give their families love and affection. A well-adjusted puppy will generally be aloof to strangers but never timid or fearful. These pups typically are not jumpy and tend to live by a “wait and see” motto when confronted with new people and situations.This breed’s instinct is to protect their families can be ferocious, making early training, and socialization critical when bringing home your new puppy. If owners fail to train and spend the time necessary to train their pup, a Rottweiler may become dangerous bullies instead of loyal guardians. Puppies of this breed need leadership to understand where they belong in their pack. If a pup believes he or she is the alpha, it may become less easy to train. They are intelligent and capable, and when provided with loving leadership and respect, they are an excellent family companion.Rottweilers are perfect companions for people who live along and desire security, but they also love and protect their families. These pups can live in urban settings provided they receive daily exercise and mental stimulation through training and socialization. Puppies should be considered in-door dogs, never left to live outdoors, even in a fenced yard.For their size, they are overall a healthy breed. Physical problems, such as hip and elbow dysplasia, can be reasonably common. Keeping your Rottweiler pup on a healthy diet with routine exercise can help keep physical problems at bay.FAST FACTSTemperament affected by heredity, socialization, & trainingAncestors marched to Germany with the RomansRequire at least 2, 10-20 minutes walk or play dailyCHARACTERISTICS CHART (1 lowest- 5 highest)Apartment Living 4Tolerates Being Alone 2Child Friendly 4Dog Friendly 3Grooming Needs 1Shedding 3Size 5General Health 4Trainability 5Prey Drive 2Barking 2Exercise Needs 4Energy Level 3Playfulness 4 Bringing home a happy and healthy Rottweiler puppy is of utmost importance to ensure a positive experience. Central Park Puppies takes pride in providing clients with the highest quality of standards with our in-depth breeder background checks and expert veterinarian evaluations of all of our puppies. We are dedicated to working with clients in finding their perfect puppy match through our transparent services and specialist knowledge of breeds.

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    Rottweilers can be difficult for first-time dog owners. They are bred to guard. If poorly bred or poorly socialized as puppies, they can be aggressive to strangers. So it's important to go into it knowing how to spot a good breeder and how to socialize properly (it's harder than most people think). If you're really attracted to the breed, I'd suggest looking for Rottie rescues and getting an adult whose personality and quirks are already known.

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