Rottweiler Breeders San Antonio TX

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Desert Reef Poodles
(435) 619-6019
St. George, TX
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Standard Poodle

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Mystykal Kennel
(210) 264-7418
4203 Billy Sames
Adkins, TX
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Staffordshire Bull Terrier

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La Cincha
(325) 625-3936
404 Santa Anna Ave
Coleman, TX
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Field Spaniel

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Mystykal Kennel
(210) 264-7418
4203 Billy Sames
Adkins, TX
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Staffordshire Bull Terrier

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SanDee's Coton De Tulear
(432) 353-4873
2390 Crenshaw Blvd Ste 164
Torrance, TX
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Coton De Tulear

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Heart of Texas Alaskan Klee Kai
(210) 391-1032
1220 Tracy Dr
San Antonio, TX
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Alaskan Klee Kai

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Rounders Kennels
(830) 537-4038
PO Box 1941
Boerne, TX
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American Staffordshire Terrier

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Northcrest Kennels
(281) 222-3465
23917 Wild Forest Dr
New Caney, TX
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Weimaraner

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Diamond Lil Standards
(972) 977-4082
300 Stagecoach Rd
Royse City, TX
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Giant Schnauzer

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About Ewe Border Collies
(903) 577-8999
3051 Old Paris Rd
Mount Pleasant, TX
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Border Collie

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Rottweiler Information, Pictures of Rottweilers

Rottweiler Dogs

Rottweilers are tough, strong dogs. And they know their own strength. Their uflappable self-confidence and intelligence—when properly trained and socialized—can result in a loving, devoted and sometimes laid-back companion.

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What They Are Like to Live With

Extremely energetic, Rottweilers love playing catch in the back yard, tagging along for a morning run or taking a big hike in the woods. They crave attention and companionship from their owners. Without it, they tend to get bored and destructive. A neglected or mistreated Rottweiler can do a terrible number on your favorite shoes.

A happy and properly trained Rottweiler can be a devoted friend to children, not to mention an extremely effective watchdog—often having to do nothing more than stand there to keep trespassers away.

Things You Should Know

Before you consider a Rottweiler , be prepared for its massive size and challenging temperament. Rottweilers appreciate a confident handler who can show them who’s in charge. Some may test your authority, so stay on top of their training and obedience. They respond to commands and are eager to please.

Coming from a long line of herders, Rottweilers also appreciate stimulating tasks and activities. Keep them busy with agility and obedience games. But remember to always keep them on a leash in public, as they can be slightly confrontational with other dogs.

A healthy Rottweiler can live as long as 12 years. Common health issues include hip dysplasia and eye problems. Their coats are easy to care for and don’t shed excessively.

Rottweiler History

Most likely descended from the sturdy, powerful, Mastiff-like drover dogs of ancient Rome, Rottweilers were named after the German cattle town of Rottweil, where these dogs managed herds for hundreds of years. In the mid-19th century, cattle driving became outlawed in the area, making the Rottweiler somewhat redundant. However, in the early 1900s they suddenly became popular police dogs and by 1924 the German Rottweiler Club was formed. Today they serve time as both working dogs and beloved companions.

The Look of a Rottweiler

Rottweilers have medium-sized, rugged, powerful builds with dense, straight and glossy coats. They have broad heads with rounded skulls and straight, well-developed muzzles. Their dark, almond-shaped eyes have a friendly and devoted look, and their triangular ears hang forward. They have strong necks and firm backs and (normally) docked tails. Their coats usually come in black with rusty patches. Overall, Rottweilers have a look that suggests courage, agility and strength.

Rottweiler Videos
Talk About Rottweilers  A loyal and brave breed

I love my Rottweiler! He is loyal and brave and is able to protect my family while being loving and gentle. He's always glad to see me and always wags his little tail and gives doggie kisses when we're feeling down.

The kids love to play with him and he loves ...

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