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    Posted April 7, 2014 by
    corottweiler
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    Colorado Rottweiler Breeds Protective, Yet Playful Puppies

     

    Are you in search of a wonderful Rottweiler to protect your family and keep you company? If so, look to family-owned business, Colorado Rottweiler for all of your needs. They cater mainly to providing family dogs. Colorado Rottweilers have consistently received positive reviews, and they have many testimonials on their site to prove it.

     

    Previous customer, Rachael notes “Jolyne and Doug, we cannot express enough thanks for our new puppy! She is absolutely the light of the house!! She is smart, well behaved and so fun and playful!! We have spoiled her so much already!! And the kids just love her to death! She spends all day playing and then all night sleeping on her own big bed!! It took no time at all to get her house trained!! And she only woke me once at night to take her out! So we just wanted you to know she is happy healthy and doing great!!! Thank you so much again!!”

     

    The family-owned company, Colorado Rottweiler breeds Rottweilers and produces puppies who can distinguish between threatening and nonthreatening situations. The company has been in business for 30 years. These Rottweilers are also show quality and are perfect for families. Colorado Rottweilers is committed to providing quality dogs at excellent prices. Doug Harrington, the owner of the company has an animal science degree and is very passionate about Rottweilers.

     

    Regarding their Colorado Rottweiler dog, Tim and Karin Johnson note, “Truly amazing puppy! Thank you so much for the puppy from Denero & Rosey. We noticed the first day how attentive he is. He watches our other dogs, and we can tell that he is just taking it all in. His temperament & confidence is also incredible. Nothing seems to bother him. He makes everyone happy and we are glad to have him. Thank you again!”

     

    The Rottweiler has its appeal with many people. In 1935, the breed was officially recognized by the AKC. The German Rottweilers are usually stockier, more compact with a blockier head. The American Rottweilers are known to be taller, leggier, and have a leaner head style. Rottweilers are simple to train. They often require only 10-12 repetitions and praise to successfully learn a new skill. Rottweilers must always have an activity, job, or duty to complete. Furthermore, Rottweilers can also be excellent family dogs if they are given broad yet supervised exposure to external stimuli. Socialization with other animals and a wide assortment of people will help teach your puppy how to react and how to behave. Many Rottweilers have a clown like attitude and disposition, with much joyfulness in the family unit. Rottweilers also enjoy a range of outdoor activities, from long walks, hikes, ball retrieving, running, and swimming. This breed requires lots of socialization and companionship in order to be fully happy. Despite Rottweilers being popular family pets, it is important to always supervise them in the presence of small children.

     

    It is also vital to talk with your veterinarian as to the proper vaccination and immune system protection during the early weeks of socialization. Colorado Rottweiler has received many positive reviews. For more information, please visit www.coloradorottweiler.com for more information. If you have any questions, feel free to email Colorado Rottweiler at coloradorottweiler@gmail.com.

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