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Rottweiler Doberman Mix

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Rottweiler Doberman mix-The Rotterman is a cross between a purebred Rottweiler and Doberman Pinscher. You can determine the temperament of a mixed breed just you have to look up all breeds in the cross & know you can get any blend of any of the features found in either breed. Not all crossed dogs are 50% of each breed purebred to 50% purebred. Breed multi-generation crosses are very common in breeders. Check here also Rottweiler pitbull mixed breed

Recognition

  • ACHC = American Canine Hybrid Club
  • DDKC = Designer Dogs Kennel Club
  • IDCR = International Designer Canine Registry

Other Names

  • Doberweiler
  • Doberott
  • Rottie Dobe
  • Rottie Dobie
Alternative Names Rottie Dobie, Rottie Dobe, Doberweiler, Doberott
Coat Short, smooth
Color Red, brown, rust, black, blue, fawn
Breed Type Crossbreed
Category Working, Herding, Molosser
Lifespan 9-12 years
Weight 70-110 lb
Size Large
Height 24-26 inches
Shedding Minimal
Temperament Smart, loyal, energetic, obedient
Hypoallergenic No
Good with Children Yes
Barking Occasional
Country Originated in USA
Competitive Registration/Qualification Information ACHC, IDCR, DDKC

Temperament & Behavior of Rottweiler Doberman Mix

Rottweiler Doberman Mix

 

Rottermans are smart dogs that aren’t aggressive even when they have a powerful, large body. Being affectionate and devoted to their family, they are gentle and even want to cuddle. But When it comes to protecting a family Rottweiler Doberman mix can be ferocious in their defense. These dogs are loyal & loving companions, but they are also reserved towards strangers & strangers can’t influence them easily. They’ll calmly assess a new situation or a stranger.

Care

Rotterman loves to do exercise so it is a great idea to walk with him for 20-40 minutes each day. They love to go on hikes or playing with balls in a fenced yard. Rottweiler Doberman mix is energetic pets so they require more structured exercises. Well trained Rotterman dogs will be peaceful & well behaved.

Training

Rotterman needs experienced handling if you’re a first-time owner then you may need to get help from a professional trainer. When you give him early socialization, firm, fair, consistent training & leadership, & a daily task to do you must channelize his power & protectiveness. You should suspect that your Rotterman could present an independent nature that makes him feel dominant.

Feeding

You can provide your Rotterman 4-5 cups of dry dog food each day.

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