Rottweiler Breeders O Fallon MO

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Muhlin
(636) 828-5597
14 Doe Ct
Wentzville, MO
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Pekingese

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Siever's Retrievers
(618) 396-2494
HC 82 Box 41
Brussels, IL
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Labrador Retriever

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Ballardhaus Rottweilers
(314) 280-8967
3106 Rock Crest Dr
Saint Louis, MO
Breeds
Rottweiler

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Thomas Mini Schnauzers
(573) 369-2983
671 Hwy C
Ulman, MO
Breeds
Miniature Schnauzer

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APRES ARGENT
(334) 488-6614
17858 Brookside road
Barnett, MO
Breeds
Poodle, Standard

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Classytouch
(636) 463-2070
620 Schultz Ct
Foristell, MO
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Chinese Crested

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Wright's American Eskimos
(573) 384-5043
121 Ridgemount Dr
Troy, MO
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American Eskimo Dog

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Tsunami
(417) 859-2263
10834 State Hwy W
Elkland, MO
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Japanese Chin

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Windancer Kennel
(417) 345-8840
559 State Rd F
Elkland, MO
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Newfoundland

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Classytouch
(636) 463-2070
620 Schultz Ct
Foristell, MO
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Chinese Crested

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Rottweiler - Guide to Rottweilers

Description: The Rottweiler descends from a line of powerful dogs that drove and guarded the cattle of the Roman Army as it traversed Europe. In Rottweil, Germany, this mastiff-type dog was crossed with local herding dogs and was bred specifically as the "butcher's dog of Rottweil." The dog would accompany and guard the butcher on the way to cattle sales, carrying his money en route; he would then drive the purchased beef-on-the-hoof home. An effort was made to conserve the breed when mechanized transport replaced the job of the courageous Rottweiler. This breed requires plenty of room and exercise. He is often nicknamed the "Rottie".

Height: The height of a Rottweiler is 22 - 27" (55.9 - 68.6cm).

Weight: Rottweilers weigh 90 - 110 lbs (40.2 - 49.1 kg).

Coat Type: The Rottweiler's coat is medium length, dense and flat-lying.

Color: The Rottweiler's body color is always black with deep tan or mahogany markings which accent the eyes, cheeks, muzzle, bottom of legs, and each side of the breastbone. The Rottweiler requires regular brushing.

Temperament: The Rottweiler is devoted to his family and is often used as a protection dog. He is not used to excessive handling by strangers, and play with small children should be supervised.

Health Problems: Some health issues the Rottweiler is prone to include hip dysplasia, heart and gastrointestinal problems, ligament damage and bloat. The life expectancy of a Rottweiler is 10 ...

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