Rottweiler Small Puppy
The Rottweiler small puppy is a powerful working breed descended from the Roman legions’ mastiffs. Within the family circle, the Rottie is a gentle playmate and protector who observes the outside world with a self-assured aloofness.
Male Rottweilers stand between 24 and 27 muscular inches tall at the shoulder; female Rottweilers are slightly smaller and lighter. The gleaming, short black coat with stylish rust markings contributes to the impression of imposing strength. The Rottie’s effortless trotting gait is powered by a thickly muscled hindquarters. A properly bred and raised Rottie will be confident and calm, courageous but not excessively aggressive. Outsiders may perceive these world-class guardians as aloof, but their playfulness and downright silliness endear Rotties to their family members. (Because no one informed the Rottie that he is not a toy breed, he is prone to plop into your lap for a cuddle.) Early training and socialization will positively influence a Rottie’s territorial instincts.
Prior to breeding, responsible Rottweiler small puppy breeders have potential sires and dams screened for health problems such as hip dysplasia, an X-ray-detectable joint malformation; eye diseases, and heart conditions. Cancer occurs occasionally in the breed, as it does in all dogs. Dr. David Waters, DVM, of the Gerald P. Murphy Cancer Foundation has conducted cancer prevention research with funding from the Rottweiler Health Foundation. Dr. Waters discovered that cancer and longevity are associated with a meticulous vaccination regimen, which strengthens the immune system and keeps males and females separate until at least six years of age.
The National Breed Club Recommends the Following Health Examinations:
Evaluation of the Hip
Evaluation of the Elbow
Cardiovascular Examination Ophthalmologist Consultation
The Rottweiler small puppy’s outer coat is straight, coarse, and medium-length, lying flat. On the neck and thighs, the undercoat is visible. He should be brushed weekly and bathed on a consistent basis. He sheds sparingly for the majority of the year, but sheds profusely twice a year, usually in the spring and fall. His teeth and nails should be brushed and trimmed on a weekly basis. Trimming the nails with a grinding tool such as a Dremel is especially effective.
Rottweiler small puppy enjoy swimming, walking, and trotting, particularly when accompanied by their owners. The breed is muscular and athletic, and should have daily exercise opportunities. If there are jobs to be done, Rottweilers quickly learn to cart and are excellent herders, trackers, and obedience dogs. The Rottweiler can learn an infinite number of canine activities. Excess weight is detrimental to the health of any dog, and exercise can help keep your Rottweiler small puppy fit and healthy.
The Rottweiler small puppy must be socialized and trained from an early age. To raise a well-behaved Rottweiler, leadership, puppy socialization, basic training classes, and living in the owner’s home are critical. Rottweilers are ‘people dogs’ who thrive when exposed to human interaction and life experiences. Dogs, regardless of breed, must adapt to a world filled with strange animals and people. As one breed expert puts it, ‘As a Rottweiler owner, it is my responsibility to spend time, energy, and money providing opportunities for my dog to learn on a daily basis.’ Although some may be stubborn, the breed is intelligent, highly trainable, and eager to please. It is critical that discipline is consistent, fair, and firm, but not harsh. Roughhousing with the Rottweiler can lead to aggression and should be avoided. Rottweilers excel in a variety of canine sports, and the breed excels in a variety of functional roles when partnered with a human.
The Rottweiler small puppy should thrive on a high-quality dog food, whether commercially prepared or prepared at home under the supervision and approval of your veterinarian. Any diet should be age-appropriate for your dog (puppy, adult, or senior). Certain breeds are prone to obesity, so keep an eye on your dog’s calorie intake and weight level. While treats can be an invaluable training aid, providing too many can result in obesity. Discover which human foods are dog-safe and which are not. Consult your veterinarian if you are concerned about your dog’s weight or diet. At all times, clean, fresh water should be available.
Buying a Rottweiler:Rottweiler small puppy
If you prefer to purchase pups from a reputable breeder, expect to pay at least $900. Rottweiler small puppy with champion bloodlines can fetch up to $4,000 in price.
The bloodline, size, reputation of the breeder, and breed if the puppy is mixed all play a role in determining the price of your miniature Rottweiler.
When you purchase a Rottweiler small puppy, the dog’s purchase price is not the only expense. You must also factor in other one-time and recurring expenses.
Preparation costs include the dog’s pen, which is approximately $50, dog food, which is approximately $55 per bag, and other essentials such as a collar, leash, feeding bowl, blanket, and toys. Additionally, you should budget for veterinary visits, which can start at $100.
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