Rottweilers are ferocious breeds, especially the ones abroad, which is why they are banned in many countries. They are aggressive dogs with powerful jaws and they have the tendency to not release their victims from their hold.
They are great family members and are excellent guard dogs for families as well. They tend to follow their favorite person from room to room, so they are always within eyesight.
They are loyal pets and great companions. With the right training and socialization, a Rottweiler makes a very good family pet.
These include optical disorders, including cataracts, entropion and progressive retinal atrophy, as well as hip dysplasia and association orthopedic complaints.
Yes, there have been instances where Rottweilers have attacked and bitten their owners, but those cases can be found with virtually any dog breed.
"Sharp" dogs aren't protective – they're unstable, which makes them more likely to attack an innocent person or another animal.
And, as we've learned, Rottweilers can in fact be one person dogs, capable of developing a special bond with their favorite person.
Rottweilers are not lazy dogs. But they can go through natural energy cycles as they move through life.
In an adult dog, it is usually a symptom of discomfort, which could be caused by the deterioration of a joint or back pain.