Oh Rottweilers… the breed that has become one of the most popular of all dog breeds in the United States (and among celebrities)…
Is it because of their calm, confident, and courageous personality? or all of the above?
Typically steadfast, sensible, and serious (though some are happy-go-lucky clowns!), the Rottweiler tends to respond quietly and with a wait-and-see attitude to influences in his environment.
Most Rottweilers are inclined toward dominance and will test for position in the family pecking order, but they will respect an assertive owner who knows how to lead a strong-minded dog.
Overall, the Rottweiler is a splendid, capable companion in the right hands, but without ongoing companionship, socialization, obedience training, and supervision, he is “too much dog” for many households.
But as popular as they’ve become, you might be shocked to know that they are the worst dogs to live with… and there are 19 reasons for it.
Check out the 19 reasons why Rottweilers are the worst dogs to live with on the next page: