Welcome to our new black and brown Rottweiler for sale page! Here you’ll find all the information you need to adopt a wonderful German rottweiler puppy for sale. We have detailed profiles of all of the available Rottweiler puppies for sale near you, as well as tips on how to choose the right dog for you. So don’t wait any longer – come and check out our German Brown and black Rottweiler near you today! Our Rottweiler puppies come from champion bloodlines that will produce amazing family companions with a ton of energy. If you live near one of our puppy homes or shelters, then we can arrange for delivery straight to your doorstep!. We have the best Rottweiler puppy for for sale. Purebred, AKC registered, and with champion bloodlines! Call today to find out more about our available Rottie puppies for sale.
History of Brown Rottweiler puppies
The Brown Rottweiler is a breed of domestic dog that originated in the area of Rottweil, Germany. The breed is believed to have descended from the ancient Roman drover dog, a type of dog that was used to herd and guard cattle. The Rottweiler was used for a variety of purposes, including herding and driving cattle, as well as serving as a guard dog. The breed was officially recognized by the American Kennel Club in 1931. Today, the Rottweiler is primarily used as a companion animal and guard dog, and is known for its loyalty, protectiveness, and intelligence.
Temperament of Rottweilers
Rottweiler puppies are extremely intelligent ,They are incredibly smart, which makes them highly trainable, and they’re generally very playful, happy dogs. They are usually very protective of their families but they make wonderful and loyal pets. Rottweilers are huge pets, with an average weight of an average of around 100 pounds. fully grown. They are quite active and love to exercise because they were originally bred to be hard-working, protective dogs
You’ll see some differences between the sexes. Males are quiet but watchful, constantly assessing their surroundings for threats. Females are somewhat easier to control and maybe more affectionate. Both are highly trainable but can be stubborn.
Your Rottweiler shouldn’t be difficult to housetrain given a consistent schedule, no opportunities to have accidents in the house, and positive reinforcement when he potties outdoors.
Meet our princess, Joyce! This free-spirited girl will bounce into your life, bringing endless joy and love. Wherever you go, she is going to be right there with you. Joyce never fails to brighten up your day. She is going to make a great family dog, as she does well with children. She is AKC registered, vet checked, up to date on her vaccinations, and has a six-month health guarantee. CALL OR TEXT TODAY.