The History and Origins of the Rottweiler Breed

The Rottweiler is a breed of domestic dog that originated in Germany.

The breed was developed to drive cattle to market and guard the home.

Rottweilers were also used for herding and as draft animals.

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The breed's name is derived from the German town of Rottweil, where it was first bred.

Rottweilers have a strong, muscular build and a distinctive black and tan coat.

The breed was recognized by the American Kennel Club (AKC) in 1931.

Rottweilers are known for being loyal, protective and confident.

Training and socialization are important for Rottweilers to become well-behaved and well-adjusted.

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Rottweilers are a working breed and need regular exercise and mental stimulation.

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The breed is also used in police and military work, as well as search and rescue.

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