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Here is that perfect little Rottie for you to snuggle up within the coming winter nights. He loves attention and wants to be with you to see what is going on. Rider has a soft hair coat and plenty of kisses to give for free. His parents are both very loving, happy dogs. I have raised Rotties for almost 40 years. He comes with AKC registration and will be micro-chipped. He will also be vet checked and current on vaccinations. Call now to make this special puppy your very own.
The mini rottweiler has a reasonably good natural balance, force-barks when necessary, and when working cattle uses a very intimidating charge. There is a natural change in forcefulness when herding sheep. When working cattle, it may use its body and shoulders and for this reason, should be used on the horned stock with caution.
The Rottweiler, when working cattle, searches out the dominant animal and challenges it. Upon proving its control over that animal it settles back and tends to its work.
After World War II, the breed started becoming more popular. At that time, it was primarily known as an excellent obedience dog. The height of the Rottweiler’s popularity was in the mid-1990s when more than 100,000 were registered with the American Kennel Club.
It’s not unusual for irresponsible breeders and puppy mills to try to cash in on the popularity of a breed and start producing puppies without regard for health and temperament problems.
Today, Rottweilers rank 17th among the 155 breeds and varieties registered by the AKC. Rider is handsome, AKC-registered Rottie pup who is ready for his forever home. He is up to date on all his shots and worming and vet checked. There are many things to consider when choosing a dog or puppy to bring home.
You’ll see some differences between the sexes. Females are somewhat easier to control and maybe more affectionate.
Rottweilers require firm, consistent but not harsh discipline. A sharp word is often a sufficient reprimand, but only if you’ve clearly established your leadership. If not, he may try to bully or bluff you. This is not a dog for people who lack assertiveness or don’t have time to devote to training and supervision. Earning a Rottweiler’s respect involves setting boundaries and teaching consequences for inappropriate behavior, both of which take time and patience.
Rottweilers are intelligent and are highly trainable if you’re firm and consistent.