Nicknamed the “butcher’s dog,” the rottweiler has been around since the Roman Empire, where it was bred to move cattle to market and guard them along the way. Today, it is beloved for its loyalty and intelligence. The rottweiler easily adapts to any role, from therapy dog to obedient pet to family clown. Its dense, short coat is easy to maintain and is always black with bold mahogany markings. These dogs require regular exercise and obedience training to keep them happy. It is also smart to socialize your puppy early so it will know it doesn’t have to worry about guarding you from strangers, dogs, or other pets. via

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