Got a Rottweiler at home? Keep them healthy… Mentally and Physically

Diet and exercise are a key foundation to your Rottweiler Puppies health

Feed your rottweiler puppy properly. Vaccinate regularly. Understand that Rottweiler Puppies are open and susceptible to certain health problems, such as hip and elbow dysplasia (a malformation of the joints), paneosteitis (a rotating lameness), osteochondrosis dissecans (a bone disease that causes lameness and arthritis), Von Willebrand’s Disease (a bleeding disorder), bloat, heart disease and allergies. You can expect an adult male Rottweiler to grow to between 24 and 27 inches in height and weigh between about 95 and 130 pounds. Females usually will grow to between 22 and 25 inches and will weigh between 85 and 115 pounds.

Your Rottweiler Puppy will be with your family for years to come, and you will be their personal trainer

Your Rottweiler puppies average life expectancy is full 10 to 15 years.  During this time you will experience a wealth of memory building with your four legged family member.  Constantly keep yourself informed on the internet to learn more about the latest health trends as well as hip and elbow dysplasia.

Train your Rottweiler.. They love the to have a sense of purpose!

The Rottweiler does not bark in the normal course unless there is just a cause or a reason. This breed can generally be trained to obey with positive reinforcement. However, you may need to use a sharp and strict tone if your dog is being stubborn. Closely monitor your Rottweiler Puppy at first while playing with small children. They have a normal tendency to “herd” and take care of children. They love their master and have natural instinct to guard them.

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