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  Rottweiler Information and Pictures, Rottweilers, Rottie, Rotties
Rottweiler bitches often have large litters; 12 puppies are not uncommon.
The Rottweiler is probably descended from the Italian Mastiff.
It was bred in the German town of Rottweil in Wurttemberg.
www.dogbreedinfo.com /rottweiler.htm   (642 words)

 American Kennel Club - Rottweiler
The Rottweiler is basically a calm, confident and courageous dog with a self-assured aloofness that does not lend itself to immediate and indiscriminate friendships.
A Rottweiler is self-confident and responds quietly and with a wait-and-see attitude to influences in his environment.
The behavior of the Rottweiler in the show ring should be controlled, willing and adaptable, trained to submit to examination of mouth, testicles, etc. An aloof or reserved dog should not be penalized, as this reflects the accepted character of the breed.
www.akc.org /breeds/recbreeds/rotty.cfm   (1196 words)

 Roman Rottweiler Information and Pictures, Roman Rottweilers
The Roman Rottweiler is a recreation of the original Rottweiler, a mastiff-like Rottweiler who crossed the Alps herding and guarding cattle as well as fighting in the Roman wars with the Romans.
The Roman Rottweiler is to the Tibetan Mastiff as the standard Rottweiler is to the Australian Shepherd.
This recreation of the original Rottweiler is a descent from the Tibetan Mastiff and possibly Italian mastiff.
www.dogbreedinfo.com /romanrottweiler.htm   (1279 words)

 Rottweiler FAQ
The Rottweiler is an outstanding companion and guard, but ownership of a Rottweiler carries much greater than average legal and moral responsibilities, due to traits possessed by this breed, their size and strength.
Rottweilers have also been known to bully or bluff their owners or other people, a trait that is most disconcerting.
The Rottweiler is a double-coated breed, with a medium length outer coat and a soft downy undercoat.
www.amrottclub.org /rottweilers.htm   (4387 words)

 Rottweilers: What's Good About 'Em? What's Bad About 'Em?
Rottweilers must be thoroughly socialized at an early age so that their territorial instincts are controlled rather than indiscriminate.
Rottweilers are inclined to test for position in the family pecking order, but they will respect an assertive owner who knows how to lead a strong-minded dog.
Rottweilers are a dime a dozen, and most of them are bred and offered for sale by people who don't have the slightest idea of how to breed good-tempered dogs.
www.yourpurebredpuppy.com /reviews/rottweilers.html   (1142 words)

The Rottweiler generally does best with a good fenced yard for their safety and should be included in the every day activities of the household.
Rottweilers tend to love and be dedicated to their human family and can be especially fond of children.
Rottweilers are very intelligent and generally if in tune with their trainer can learn some tasks in 2 to 10 repetitions.
www.geocities.com /kurlykreekccr/Rottweiler.html   (3252 words)

  Richard Dawkins - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Dawkins was born in Nairobi, Kenya, where his father, Clinton John Dawkins, was a farmer and former wartime soldier, called up from colonial service in Nyasaland (now Malawi).
In 2004 the Dawkins Prize – awarded for "outstanding research into the ecology and behaviour of animals whose welfare and survival may be endangered by human activities"
In his books, Dawkins uses the imagery of the Necker Cube to explain that the gene-centered view is not a scientific revolution, but merely a new way of visualising evolution.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Richard_Dawkins   (3571 words)

 Dog Owner's Guide Profile: The Rottweiler
The Rottweiler is a dog of many talents: he’s rough and tumble, ready for anything; easy to train, if treated with respect and consistency; loyal and protective, at times to a fault; strong, yet gentle; aloof and dignified with strangers and playful and loving to his family.
The Rottweiler standard is clear in regard to temperament: “The behavior of the Rottweiler in the show ring should be controlled, willing, and adaptable, trained to submit to examination of the mouth, testicles, etc. An aloof or reserved dog should not be penalized, as this reflects the accepted character of the breed.
Any Rottweiler that does not exhibit true breed character should be spayed or neutered to prevent passing unacceptable temperament to its offspring and should be placed in a home where owners understand how to deal with an unsocialized dog with aggressive tendencies.
www.canismajor.com /dog/rottweil.html   (1912 words)

 rec.pets.dogs: Rottweilers Breed-FAQ
Rottweilers have also been known to bully or bluff their owners or other people, a trait that is most disconcerting.
Rottweilers can often be controlled using verbal reprimands alone, and while they occasionally require strong physical corrections, some trainers tend to be much rougher on Rottweilers than is necessary.
The Rottweiler is a double-coated breed, with a medium length outer coat and a soft downy undercoat.
www.faqs.org /faqs/dogs-faq/breeds/rottweilers   (4621 words)

 Rottweiler - Canada's Guide to Dogs - Breeds   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
While the origin of the Rottweiler is not documented, it is believed that he is descended from the drover dogs of Ancient Rome who were brought to Southern Germany by Roman armies.
The Rottweiler breed's temperament varies from dog to dog —; from one who is a natural clown, affectionate to almost anyone; to one who is very reserved and a one-person dog.
Rottweilers, as with other breeds, are susceptible to some health problems, see the Rottweiler Health Issues document for further information.
www.canadasguidetodogs.com /rottweiler.htm   (1963 words)

 Rottweiler Puppy - Rottweiler Dog Breed Information
The Rottweiler today is used for a variety of things such as tracking, herding, watch dogging, police work, obedience trails, as well as guarding which he does exceptionally well in.
Rottweilers can be very intimidating, still retaining an undeserving reputation as a vicious and/or mean dog, however they do extremely well in a family environment.
Rottweilers can do well with children if raised around them, but should be supervised around small children due to their sheer size and power.
www.nextdaypets.com /directory/breeds/1100225   (654 words)

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The American Rottweiler Verein (ARV) is an American organization similar to the Allgemeiner Deutscher Rottweiler Klub (ADRK) of Germany.
By preserving the Rottweiler of the past, the ADRK represents the correct Rottweiler of the present.
Championship points are also awarded to winning conformation dogs; after a dog has been awarded five Championship points, the dog is certified as an "ARV Champion," providing special recognition as well as entry into the Sieger class when the dog has attained at least a ZTP or a Schutzhund I title.
www.arv.org   (350 words)

 Rottweiler Dog Breed Guide - Rottweiler Puppies - Rottweiler Dog Breeders - Rottweilers   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Rottweiler Dog and Puppy Central is a comprehensive online resource for those exploring the possibility of adding a Rottweiler puppy to their family.
Rottweiler Club of Canada - Articles on the Rottweiler in general and on health issues in particular, events, breeders list, brags, and humor.
North East Rottweiler Rescue and Referral, Inc. - Working hard to place abandoned and neglected Rottweilers in responsible, permanent homes in the Northeastern U.S. Ohio Rottweiler Rescue - Organization is devoted to rescuing, rehabilitating abused and unwanted rotties in all of Ohio.
www.dogpage.us /rottweilers.htm   (2784 words)

 So you want to buy a Rottweiler
Some Rottweilers are also slow to bark, coming into their voice at two to three years of age - do not expect your Rottweiler puppy to instinctively warn you of an approaching stranger.
Rottweilers were bred to share in many aspects of a family's daily life, as protective guardians, willing workers, and happy playmates.
Rottweilers are subject to quite a few genetically derived health disorders, however, two conditions in particular are extremely prevalent and can be costly to treat: hip dysplasia and parvovirus.
www.rottie-l.org /buyarott.html   (3947 words)

 Rottweiler (2004)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
For his latest effort, "Rottweiler", the story is even completely and utterly retarded and then STILL this is a very amusing B-movie with loads of absurd aspects that genre fans will love!
"Rottweiler" is set in Spain in a not-so-distant future (2018).
"Rottweiler" surely is a meaningless horror film, but it remains fun to watch.
www.imdb.com /title/tt0371920   (542 words)

 Amazon.com: Rottweiler: DVD: William Miller (VII),Irene Montalà,Paulina Gálvez,Cornell John,Lluís Homar,Jacinto ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
ROTTWEILER is filled with so much artistic nonsense and such bad acting it's a wonder it managed to get filmed at all.
The Rottweiler chases them outside and the mother has to sacrifice herself to save her daughter.
The daughter gets to watch as the Rottweiler tears her mother to shreds: tears fall down her cheeks, she cries out her mother's name as blood drips onto her face...and all because the guy said, "Trust me!" when the mother seemed perfectly capable handling the rifle.
www.amazon.com /Rottweiler-William-Miller-VII/dp/B0009KQP7S   (2067 words)

 Rottweiler at Doxette - The Right Dog Antiques and Collectibles
Rottweiler Dog 1979 Picture History The origin of the Rottweiler dog is not a documented record.
Rottweilers are strong, robust dogs possessing great strength, and power, yet are dignified and not excitable.
Rottweiler Dog Standard Visualization Chosen as the standard visualization model for the Rottweiler dog is Ch.
www.tias.com /6298/InventoryPage/1208895/1.html   (1116 words)

In addition to the dogs we have available for adoption, we are happy to provide a referral service for people who, for one reason or another, are forced to give up their pets.
In Sophie's case we know one of the fathers was a rottweiler and there are 4 rottweiler puppies left.
For several days she made her home in a flowerbed of a house right next door to a family who had adopted a rottweiler from us several years ago and waited for them to notice her and take her in.
www.msu.edu /~silvar/rottweiler.htm   (1587 words)

 YouTube - The True Character of the Rottweiler   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
i love rottweilers, they are true to there family, they will protect you from anything and like the video said they will give there last breath to protect his family.
The Rottweiler is a misunderstood breed, irresponsible owners are adding fuel to the flame.
I want to show you the rottweiler I know and love, a dog who is gentle with his person, a dog who is competitive in the sport of his choice, dog who will lay down his life for a stranger, and a dog that makes a wonderful family pet.
www.youtube.com /watch?v=-BmUkgmzEhc   (474 words)

 What to feed a Rottweiler
The idea was to provide pet owners (both those who wanted to cook for their companion pets or those who wanted to buy an all-breed/any-breed preservative filled food for their pets) information about food sources to use or avoid.
Nutritionally the Rottweiler is a breed that should be treated as a puppy for 18 to 24 months, even though they usually reach their full adult size in 10 to 12 months.
There are over 170 different molecular forms of the mineral "calcium." The source of the mineral calcium that a Rottweiler can easily assimilate can be hard for a different breed to assimilate and thus that other breed can develop kidney stones on the best source of calcium for a Rottweiler.
home.att.net /~wdcusick/Rottweiler.html   (1655 words)

That is not to mention unregistered Rottweilers and mixed breeds.
I say this because the Rottweiler is a dog that has to be trained.
The Rottweiler is a dog that is based around the family.
members.aol.com /FOR28SON   (958 words)

 Rottweiler Breeders on QualityDogs.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
At Glen De Fir Rottweilers we are committed to producing the next Canis Major of your family.
Rottweilers are our "chosen" breed as for they are the most complete breed of dog one could have the honor to have in their family/life!
Love for our rottweilers ensures that the proper time, love, and care is given to produce the finest dogs possible.
www.qualitydogs.com /Rottweiler/breeders.html   (1466 words)

 Rottweiler > Everything about rottweiler > Information resource about rottweiler
The traits of the «Rottweil butcher's dog»; use by humans
Rottweiler standard written by the Rottweiler Club of Canada
Recommended daily ration for the rottweiler puppy since 1 to 12 months (1—3, 3—5 and 5—12 months)
www.der-rottweiler.com   (433 words)

 Rottweiler Puppies for Sale, Breeders
Our Rottweiler breeders can also refer you on to other dog breeders they know of, perhaps closer to you.
This breed was further developed in Germany where it was bred with other herding dogs to create a very strong dog.
The Rottweiler measures an average of 26 inches at the shoulder.
www.pets4you.com /rott.html   (294 words)

 Rottweiler Chat Discussion Forums
Let's talk about Rottweilers and at the same time get to know some great people.
Rottweiler Chat was created for the love, understanding, caring, sharing of knowledge and yes even bragging of the Rottweiler breed.
We who love this breed should remain current on what the media, legislators and public in general are saying about the Rottweiler.
www.rottweilerchat.com   (361 words)

 CANOE -- CNEWS - Canada: Rottweiler shot after attacking police dog
The officer and his dog were searching for a suspect shortly after midnight Saturday when a man driving a stolen car tried to elude police at a road check.
Proce said police were announcing their presence while searching for the suspect and yelled at the dog owner to call off his dog.
The rottweiler survived the shooting and is expected to make a full recovery.
cnews.canoe.ca /CNEWS/Canada/2006/12/14/2788959-sun.html   (483 words)

 Rottweiler Rescue
PARR Mission Statement To provide charitable and educational services in the form of quality shelter and care of homeless, neglected, and/or abused Rottweilers until proper homes for said animals can be found.
Providing a central location for Rottweiler Rescue groups to have rescues listed that they need additional donations for, and for Rott Rescues groups that are in need of extra funds because of a crisis.
We are dedicated to breeding only purebred Rottweilers than conform to the highest standards.
a.webring.com /hub?ring=rottrescue   (321 words)

 Rottweiler Club of Canada - Rottweilers in Canada
The Rottweiler Club of Canada home page is devoted to keeping you current on the issues that affect Rottweilers in this country.
This page is a step towards our Club mandate of education for the Rottweiler Fancier, from the average pet owner to the most avid show, obedience or Schutzhund competitor.
It is a great source for nutrition and training information (among many other things), and a great way to stay current on the events affecting our Breed.
www.rottclub.ca   (251 words)

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