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Rottweiler

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It is hard to obtain rottweiler puppies from rescues. According to the AKC breed standard, these dogs are large, robust and powerful. Their appearance should suggest strength, endurance and agility. Males are very muscular, reaching 24-27 inches at the withers; females are more feminine, standing between 22 and 25 inches at the withers. The body of these dogs is compact; the body length should be longer than the wither height. The head of these dogs is large and broad, with a well-developed stop and very strong jaws. The muzzle is broad and tapering; the nostrils are wide; the chin is well-developed. When the dog is alert, wrinkles on the forehead can be seen. It is hard to obtain rottweiler puppies from rescues.

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Rottweiler

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Rottweiler

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Dogs of this breed were used by the Romans for herding the cattle and guarding the camps across the Alps. In the 19th century, these dogs lived mostly in the town of Rottweil and were called butcher dogs, because they drove the cattle to the market and carried the purses with money around the neck. At the beginning of the 20th century, the breed was on the brink of extinction, because railroads became the primary means of transportation. Breed fanciers formed several clubs to protect the unique instincts and working abilities of these dogs. Today, this breed is very popular. It is hard to obtain rottweiler puppies from rescues.

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