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Rottweiler. In movie, Q & A, Intelligence, Is Family Dog, With Kids, Amount Of Shedding


Rottweiler in cinema.
Rottweiler has appeared in films such as.
  The Dark Knight
  No Country for Old Men
Dumb and Dumberer: When Harry Met Lloyd
All Dogs Go to Heaven
true romance
barb wire
Breed standards may change over time.   Both appearance standards and standards regarding 
breed character or working qualities may change.   The works of art of the early years depict the 
most typical representatives of the breeds of that   time. Comparing with the modern appearance 
of the breed, you will be able to assess   how much the breed has changed over time. Also 
of interest are archival photographs of specific   breeds, which you can find on the Internet 
in specialized forums about the breed.
  Historical reference of the 
breed and subgroup.
  The breed originated in southern Germany in the 
Middle Ages.

The name Rottweiler comes from the   name of the city of Rottweil. The main task of 
the Rottweiler was to herd cattle, drive them   over long distances and protect them on pastures. 
During the long days and nights of the journey,   Rottweiler remained the only companion of 
his master, his friend and protector.
  From the very beginning it was a dog that lived 
and worked close to humans and developed a strong   sense of closeness with the owner. At home and on 
vacation, Rottweiler lives with the family, plays   with children and protects them.

The protective 
guard qualities of the Rottweiler are highly   developed, and the guard instinct, developed over 
many, many generations, has become innate.
  Rottweiler is an owner by nature, he zealously 
protects everything that he considers his own,   children, things left under his supervision, the 
owner's car and even a clearing in the forest   where you stopped to rest during a walk.
When communicating with a Rottweiler, one should   take into account not only the specifics of the 
official use of the breed, but, first of all,   the characteristic properties of its psyche 
and behavior: a Rottweiler living in a family   will choose a leader for himself, and will 
treat the rest of the family members evenly,   or even patronizingly.

Its owner will be the 
one who can become an authority for Rottweiler,   prove his superiority, but not by brute 
physical force, Rottweiler is not very   sensitive to physical punishments, but first 
of all morally. Just for the fact that you are   holding a leash in your hands, this dog will 
not reckon with you. Rottweiler is a person   and should be treated accordingly.
In terms of anatomy and morphology,   the Rottweiler is a very solid dog.

is well built, stands firmly on his feet,   has a good lung capacity. The head is massive, 
the jaws are wide and allow for serious bites.
  When walking your dog, keep in mind that the 
Rottweiler does not tolerate heat well. In the   summer, you should try to walk him in the shade 
or choose the time for walking early or later.
  Rottweilers are susceptible to infectious 
diseases in the same way as other breeds.   As a rule, they get sick very hard, so preventive 
vaccinations should be treated with attention.   As a security guard, a Rottweiler with a 
normal psyche is practically unremarkable.   It should be timely and carefully 
deal with his training. And,   of course, you should not encourage the increased 
aggressiveness of the Rottweiler. The dog must   only work on command.
  The Rottweiler is a large, athletic dog that gives 
the impression of a powerful and enduring animal.   The silhouette looks slightly squat, giving 
the impression of a high stability of the dog.   At rest, the movements of these dogs 
seem a little loose and lazy, however,   in Rottweiler work, they show sweeping, 
unfettered, powerful movements.

Its resemblance   to the Swiss Shepherd Dog makes it quite 
probable that they were crossed at one time.
  The Rottweiler is a dog of above average height, 
powerful, massive, but neither clumsy nor light.   From his proportional, short, broad-bodied 
and powerful figure, one can judge his great   strength and great endurance. At first glance, 
his originality and courage are visible; his calm   look expresses good nature and devotion. There is 
nothing restless or impetuous in his character.
  The Rottweiler belongs to the category of working 
dogs, for which working tests are obligatory   within the framework of exhibitions, and the 
selection of dogs is aimed mainly at maintaining   high working qualities and physical harmony, which 
allows these dogs to withstand heavy loads.
  The Rottweiler is very strongly attached 
to the human family in which it lives.

  Some breeds are strongly attached to one person, 
others to all members of the human family,   others may have a friendly attitude towards 
all people in general, and the fourth may not   have close ties even with the owner.
Rottweilers bond with all members of   the human family. They are also quite 
friendly towards strangers, especially   if the owner is familiar with these people.

The attitude of any dog ​​to strangers strongly   depends on the breed of the pet, but even more 
strongly this attitude depends on the upbringing   and socialization of a particular individual, 
while socialization in the early puppyhood of a   pet is especially important in this regard.
With children, Rottweiler also get along very   well. However, regardless of the dog's friendly 
attitude towards children, a dog of any breed   should not be left alone with small children.
Some breeds of dogs are more relaxed about   the behavior of young children and may not pay 
attention to some antics of children, however,   it should be understood that dogs of all 
breeds, no matter how friendly they are,   should be with children only under the supervision 
of the owner or adults, since in addition to the   qualities of the breed in relation to children, 
there are also the individual characteristics   of each dog, its upbringing and previous 
experience in communicating with children.   Even these relationships are largely 
influenced by the behavior of children.
  But with other Rottweiler dogs they communicate 
and contact very poorly.

Rottweiler sees   other dogs as a threat to the owner.
Different breeds of dogs treat their own   kind differently, some dogs will play and interact 
in every possible way with dogs they meet or live   with, other breeds may try to dominate or even 
attack similar four-legged ones. At the same time,   the relationship between dogs can be very 
different from how a dog will react to people.

The   behavior of a dog in relation to other dogs and 
people depends not only on the breed, but also on   the socialization of a particular individual.
Small pets such as hamsters, domestic rats,   squirrels, chinchillas and other rodents are most 
often ignored. However, regardless of the dog's   attitude towards small pets, it is better to keep 
such animals away from dogs of any breed.
  One of the disadvantages of the Rottweiler 
breed is the high demands of this breed   on the owner's dog ownership experience.
Some dog breeds are easier to keep and train,   while others are more independent and even 
assertive and require an experienced owner.
  This breed needs an experienced owner to 
prevent dominance and overprotection problems.   Rottweiler is definitely not suitable for 
those who get a dog for the first time.
  The Rottweiler is not well suited for keeping in 
an apartment, a country house with a small fenced   area will be a great place to keep such a pet.
It should also be borne in mind that they   cannot stand loneliness and cannot be 
left alone even for a short time.
  The amount of wool does not allow the 
Rottweiler to comfortably endure cold and heat.   Active loads should be avoided in the warm season. 
And in the cold season, do not stay outdoors for   a long time or use clothes.
Learning and training.
  All dogs can be trained and trained, but some 
breeds remember and execute commands faster   and more readily than other breeds.

breeds need a different approach to training   and education. Some breeds may appear to be 
poorly trainable or even stupid, however,   in most cases, a dog breed's trainability is 
due to the stubborn or independent nature of   the dog breed or individual. Also of great 
importance in the trainability of a dog is   the role of what training methods the 
trainer uses for a particular breed.
  In the book The Intelligence of Dogs, published in 
1994 and written by University of British Columbia   Vancouver psychology professor Stanley Coren, 
Rottweiler is ranked 9th out of 80 in terms of   learning ability. In this regard, the breed stands 
next to such breeds as the Labrador Retriever,   Papillon and Australian Cattle Dog.
In Professor Stanley Coren's book,   Rottweiler is located in the group:
Dogs with excellent learning abilities.
  Ability to understand a new command 
in less than 5 repetitions.
  Execution of the command from the first 
time: in 95% of cases and above.
  The disadvantage of this scale for learning 
abilities, by the author's own admission,   is its strong dependence on the ability to 
obedience and command execution, for example,   for working or working dogs, and a weak connection 
with understanding and creativity, for example,   hunting dogs.

As a result, some breeds rank 
lower on the list because of their stubborn   or independent nature, which does not make 
them weakly intelligent or untrainable.
  Tendency to bark.
Among other things,   breeds differ in the level of noise, or rather, 
in the frequency of their barking. Some breeds   can bark all the time without stopping and never 
get tired of barking at every stranger or strange   dog that passes by your house or by herself, 
other breeds bark only on business, when it   is necessary in her opinion, and still others 
can only give a voice in exceptional cases.
  Rottweiler can be attributed to the 
second group described above.
  Also in the medium range is 
the desire to gnaw everything,   which is inherent in all 
breeds to varying degrees.   The desire to gnaw and taste everything is common 
to puppies of all breeds, but as adults, different   breeds have varying degrees of propensity 
to explore the world with their teeth.
  Activity and energy level.
According to the level of charge and activity,   breeds can also be divided into active and calm 
or even lazy.

An active dog will require constant   walks, training and frequent mental stimulation 
from you. Calm and less energetic dogs will be   happy with short walks around the house and will 
gladly share your desire to lie on the couch at   home. This feature should be taken into account 
when choosing a pet, since the unfulfilled needs   of an active animal will be realized at home on 
the things and objects of your home.

The amount of   energy in the dog also determines with what desire 
and for how long the dog will play games with you   or with your child under your supervision.
The Rottweiler is a very active dog breed,   requiring not only regular walks, but also 
regular exercise and mental stimulation.
  In addition, many breeds have an innate desire to 
chase moving objects and animals, the degree of   this desire may vary from breed to breed. If the 
dog has this innate instinct strongly developed,   you need to carefully monitor the pet during the 
walk and keep it on a leash, since any moving   object can provoke the dog to chase, even if it 
is a car that can harm the animal, at such moments   the dog can disobey the call of the owner and 
switch all your attention to the moving target.   In addition, such breeds pose an additional 
danger to small domestic animals and birds.
  The Rottweiler has a highly developed 
instinct for this, which should be   kept in mind when walking with your pet.
Passion for vagrancy and love of freedom.
  Some breeds have a tendency to 
cover long distances on their fours,   for which they were bred, so these dogs, 
following their instinct, will not miss the   opportunity to escape from you and run a couple 
of kilometers, despite your calls.

Sled dogs,   hounds and bloodhounds are mainly inclined to 
such walks. Rottweilers don't tend to run away.
  Tendency to drool.
For some dog owners, their   high tendency to salivate can be a downside.
The amount of saliva produced depends on the   characteristics of the breed. Some breeds salivate 
so much that they can leave marks on the carpet,   on the sofa, on the floor and on 
you, other breeds also salivate,   but this happens in much less quantities.
The Rottweilers also leave quite a lot of wool.
  Keep in mind that the Rottweiler's skin 
has a large amount of sebaceous glands,   which makes these dogs not suitable for those who 
have a pronounced allergy to dogs. Even short-term   contact of allergy sufferers with Rottweiler 
can result in very unpleasant consequences.
  The amount of dog hair in your home and on your 
clothes depends a lot on what breed you choose,   some breeds shed all year round, others 
only seasonally, others hardly shed.   This characteristic of the breed can be important 
depending on where you plan to keep a pet,   whether members of your family are allergic to 
animal hair, and how important it is to you in   general.
Dog care.
  Some breeds may require a lot of grooming 
and attention due to coat characteristics,   muzzle shape, habitat, or the general health 
of the breed.

Dogs of the Rottweiler breed do   not require complex specialized care and are 
suitable both in apartments and in private   homes. The coat of dogs of this breed is 
enough to comb out once a week, this is   mainly necessary for combing out the undercoat 
so that it does not crumble around the apartment.   Regular washing is also not required, this should 
only be done if the dog's coat is dirty.
  General health of the breed 
on a 10-point scale.
  The general health of dogs of this breed and 
the possibility of the appearance of genetic   diseases in them can be assessed 
on a ten-point scale of 5 points,   that is, they are quite healthy dogs with a small 
number of genetically predisposed diseases.

  Rottweilers are prone to obesity, so you 
need to carefully monitor the amount of   food they consume and its calorie content.
Rottweiler breed diseases include: dysplasia,   arthritis, osteochondritis dissecans, 
heart failure, cardiac rheumatism.   In order to reduce the spread of the dysplasia 
gene within the breed when breeding a Rottweiler,   it is desirable to perform a genetic test to 
determine the dysplasia gene in both parents.   To prevent problems with Rottweiler joints, 
it is important to dose, and often limit,   the load on the musculoskeletal 
system up to a year and a half.
  The average lifespan of 
Affenpinscher is 9 to 12 years..

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