This site is for current and future Rottie owners. We do not believe the media misinformation that these dogs are a 'bad breed'. They are not.
There are a few Rotties however that do have bad owners. And they make it worse for those of us who love Rotties as well as for the dogs themselves.
Having said that however, Rottweilers can be a challenging breed IF their owners are not informed or up to the challenge of training them.
If you are considering getting this type of dog, please spend some time at this site learning about the breed to see if it's the right fit for your lifestyle. Also, consider investing in some training resources so that you can live more happily and peacefully with your dog.
If you already own a Rottie, you'll find tons of tips and information - from health care to training to where to save on his regular medications. This information will save you time, money and a lot of stress!
This website is dedicated to Rottweilers - and all of us owners who love them. Thanks for visiting!
"Did you ever walk into a room and forget why you walked in? I think that is how dogs spend their lives."
- Sue Murphy
"Dogs feel very strongly that they should always go with you in the car, in case the need should arise for them to bark violently at nothing right in your ear."
- Dave Barry
#2 Regular Exercise
Rotties are intelligent, energetic dogs - they need at least a 1 - 2 half hour walks if not more per day. The more you walk them, the more energy they get out - and the less they take it out on your furniture and shoes!
#3 Quality Owner-Time
While Rottweilers can be very independent - they still need lots of owner time. They need to be with you a lot, whether that's taking a walk or just hanging out playing with toys.
That's the way to have a happy, healthy Rottweiler!
Rotties can be a stubborn breed - and you need to train them properly and consistently from day 1!
A well-trained Rottweiler can be an angel. A poorly trained Rottie can be a nightmare. See our Rottweiler Training page for training resources and tips.
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