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Over the years, Rottweilers have been unfairly depicted as “evil villains” in movies and real life. And while they are excellent protectors, these large dogs are also equally calm and lovable. And like any other puppy, Rottweiler puppies don’t understand their size, and they will often try to jump up onto your lap for quality snuggles.

Rottweilers’ protective, calm, and lovable nature has helped make many of these dogs into therapy dogs. However, for this to be possible, proper training has to happen from when your Rottweiler is a puppy.

Rottweiler Puppy Facts

It doesn’t matter whether your Rottweiler puppy is meant to be a livestock protector or a therapy dog; several facts are pretty standard for all Rottweiler puppy facts.


An adult male ranges from 24 to 27 inches and weighs 95 to 135 pounds. A Rottweiler female ranges from 22 to 25 inches and weighs in at around 80 to 100 pounds.

Breed Characteristics

The Rottweiler puppy is a large, muscular, and stout dog with rust markings and a short black coat scattered throughout its underside. And because of their compact and big-boned bodies, the Rottweiler is built for endurance and not speed. It's also important to note that the rust-brown markings on a Rottweiler puppy are more prominent, but they start to fade off a little as the pup grows.

Grooming and Health Needs

Like any other dog breed, grooming is also essential for keeping your Rottweiler puppy healthy. And it too does have a specific grooming routine that has to be followed. A Rottweiler puppy needs to be brushed and bathed regularly. They also shed twice a year during the fall and spring seasons.The medical conditions Rottweilers have been known to get are cancer and hip dysplasia. Therefore, ensure that your Rottweiler puppy regularly gets cardiac exams, hip and elbow evaluations, and ophthalmologist evaluations.


Rottweilers love people, and they have trouble sharing their humans with other furry pets. They are also highly trainable and naturally intelligent, but they can be pretty stubborn; this, however, depends on the situation.
Try to teach your Rottweiler puppy to play with other dogs as early as possible, as this will help them establish boundaries and proper socialization skills.


Training your Rottweiler puppy as early as possible is highly beneficial, as they tend to become territorial as they grow. Consistency is essential, as it helps them know what you expect from them early on. It also enables them to establish a daily routine from the word go.

Who is the Best Human for a Rottweiler Puppy?

Like any other dog, a Rottweiler feeds off human energy. A Rottweiler puppy will do well with a calm and assertive human, given their temperament.
They will also grow well in a properly structured environment, as a lot of chaos tends to cause frustration for them.

Choosing to have a new Rottweiler puppy is a personal choice, but if you do, you give that puppy a home and an environment to thrive. 

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