The Joys of Owning a Female Rottweiler
Female Rottweiler are often considered smaller dogs, which makes them more ideal for housebreaking. Male Rottweilers could be slightly larger, varying by breed. Male Rottweilers could weigh up to seventy-five pounds and females could weigh anywhere from forty to sixty pounds. Male and female Rottweilers could differ greatly, and their personalities could be completely different depending on the environment they’re in.
Gender: It is recommended to ask the breeder or the owner if the Rottweiler you want to purchase is only for breeding purposes or not.
Gender issues aside, Rottweiler size does not solely depend on the puppy itself but on how you look after it once it’s grown up. The Rottweiler’s nature is such that when you bring a pup home it will immediately want to be with you all the time. It will become your companion from the moment you get home. If you don’t provide proper care, then the Rottweiler will not grow up to be a loyal and loving pet to you. So you must learn how to properly take care of a Rottweiler pup to make sure you have a loyal companion for life.
Socialization and exposure to human beings are the two primary sources of early socialization for the Rottweiler puppies. You can start socializing your Rottweiler right after it has been weaned from its mother. The easiest way to socialize the Rottweiler is to introduce it into the family group of your friends and family members. Introducing your male to other males in the family will help them develop social relationships with one another.
It is equally important that Rottweiler puppies not be exposed to any other stranger male dogs or adult cats for the first two years of their lives. All of these animal instincts might be completely repressed in female Rottweiler puppies, but they might be retained by the male for protection, energy and protection in the third year of their life. When an adult cat or adult dog comes into contact with a Rottweiler, they will either fight or flee, depending on which one was first placed in the threat. So it is very important that the Rottweiler puppy not be exposed to males who are potentially dangerous to it until at least the third year of age. You should also consider spaying or neutering your Rottweiler puppy, which will prevent her from being involved in fighting during her adolescence.
As far as defensive mechanisms go, female Rottweiler’s have very little in the way of protective moves. Their bites will more likely result in irritation rather than any type of injury. Female Rottweiler’s are rarely any different in their choice of meal when compared to their male counterparts; they will eat just about anything available to them. So if you ever wondered why your dog acts so aggressively towards other dogs or cats when he was still a pup, it might be because he was frequently attacked by male predators as a pup and since he has been imprinted with his aggressive behavior trait, he always wants to guard and protect his home.
Male Rottweiler puppies can generally be trained to be obedient toward their owners and other family members as well. It is important to socialize your Rottweiler puppy with other family members, but the biggest key to getting your Rottweiler pup to behave properly is to never confine your new puppy to one area. When you get your Rottweiler pup, she should be allowed to roam around the house, and then be confined to one room for the first three months of life. If you do not confine your to just one room, she may develop aggression problems and display her aggression toward other animals and people as well. A good idea would be to confine your to one room for the entire first year of your puppy’s life.
It is important to keep in mind that Rottweilers are not overly aggressive dogs and typically have a very good temperament. They can mix well with other animals and people alike and can be loving, gentle and loyal pets. The most common problems encountered with Rottweiler’s are behavioral issues, but there are some cases where the female rottweiler bite or nip other people. Keep in mind that females tend to be a bit more bullheaded than the males.
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