- 1 Overview of Rottles
- 2 Allergies
- 3 Breed
- 4 Coat
- 5 Energy
- 6 Grooming
- 7 Health
- 8 Obesity
- 9 Personality
- 10 Social
- 11 Temperament
- 12 Training
- 13 Are Rottles a Good Match for Families?
- 14 Are Rottles Good for Apartments?
- 15 Are Rottles Good with Other Pets?
- 16 Are Rottles Hypoallergenic?Do Rottles Shed?
- 17 Are These Dogs Good for Families? ??
- 18 Did You Know?
- 19 Do Rottles Make Good Family Pets?
- 20 Do Rottles Shed?
- 21 Do You Think You Want A Rottie-Poo?
- 22 Does she train quickly?
- 23 Does This Breed Get Along with Other Pets?
- 24 Exercise ??
- 25 Food & Diet Requirements ??
- 26 Grooming ??
- 27 Health and Conditions ??
- 28 How active does the Rottle Dog need to be?
- 29 How Big Do Rottles Get?
- 30 How Much are Rottlweiler-Poodle Mix Puppies?
- 31 How much grooming is needed?
- 32 Not what you are looking for?
- 33 Ready to discover your family story?
- 34 Rottle – Have You Fallen For The Rottweiler Poodle Mix?
- 35 Should You Get A Rottle?
- 36 Training ??
- 37 What About their Coat?
- 38 What do The Letters,ROTTLE, Spell When Unscrambled?
- 39 What is she like with children and other animals?
- 40 What is the price of Rottle puppies?
- 41 What is the temperament and exercise needs of the Rottle?
- 42 What type of cleaning and health problems does my Rottie Poo need and have?
- 43 What’s the Price of Rottle Puppies?
- 44 What’s wrong with this listing?
- 45 Where does the Rottle Dog come from?
- 46 Why Are There So Many Poodle Mixes?
- 47 History of Rottles
Overview of Rottles
parent’s hunter instinct so they will seem to chase down other animals,
especially the smaller ones.
If you have canine allergies, you may have
to stay away from the rottle and choose another pet instead.
Although there isn’t much information available as to why folks started breeding Rottles, it can be assumed breeders were looking for a highly trainable and affectionate dog with less shedding than the short-haired Rottweiler.They continued to create Rottles as demand for the mixed breed pups climbed.
The length varies from medium to long While the usual rottle
puppies come in black with tan markings like the parent rottweiler, it is also
possible to inherit the coat colors of the poodle.The puppies can, therefore, be
white cream red, brown, gray, white, blue, or pied.The rottle has a thick coat which is usually ranges from
wavy to curly.
As with all dogs, the Rottle’s dietary needs will change from puppyhood to adulthood and will continue to change into their senior years.You should ask your veterinarian for recommendations about your Rottle’s diet, as there is far too much variation among individual dogs–including weight, energy, and health–to make a specific recommendation.
And then, you can follow up with professional grooming every now and then.Generally, you won’t have any problems with a Rottle when it comes to grooming.You only need to lightly brush their fur daily just to keep it mat and tangle free and bathe them bi-weekly.
Since most of these diseases cannot be
detected in puppies, make sure that you get your rottle pup from a breeder that
thoroughly checks the health of their parent dogs.
Exercise is essential for dogs, especially as they grow.Since Rottle dogs get fat faster, this also decreases their chances of obesity.This helps build stronger muscles and bones.
In general, these dogs are large and sturdy, but the Poodle appearance mixed in does quite a bit to soften the intimidating look of the Rottie.Rottles, as hybrids, will vary somewhat in personality and looks from one puppy to the next.They will have floppy ears, dark eyes and coats that will usually fall somewhere in between the pin-straight Rottweiler and tightly curled Poodle.Yes, sometimes this good looking pups inherit the Rottweiler markings and these tend to be very popular.
Still, many Rottles get along just fine with other dogs and cats, so it really comes down to training, socialization, and the luck of the draw.
Rottles are also protective of their families and homes, so proper socialization is needed. The Rottle temperament is one that everyone will enjoy.These pups have a goofy sense of humor and love to play with their owners.They are loving to their families and will adore every member differently.
Introduce them to other people and dogs as early as possible to make them more comfortable and familiar with strangers.Since Rottweiler breeds can be aggressive, training them to be social is essential so you can raise a well-mannered Rottle pup.
Are Rottles a Good Match for Families?
Since they easily bond with their owners,
Rottles make an excellent family.They tend to be cautious of strangers before
they warm up, they also make great guard dogs.
Are Rottles Good for Apartments?
Since the rottle is a very active dog, it’s
better to live in houses with a healthy backyard.These dogs need a big space
to channel all their pent-up energies.While they typically do well on their
own, apartments may be too small for them to have fun while you’re gone.
Are Rottles Good with Other Pets?
Rottles will likely inherit their poodle
parent’s hunter instinct so they will tend to chase down other animals,
especially the smaller ones.Therefore, socializing them as soon as possible is
important in order to make them feel comfortable in the presence of other pets.
Are Rottles Hypoallergenic?Do Rottles Shed?
Rottles tend to be lower-shedding than Rottweilers but usually not completely non-shedding like Poodles. With 50% Rottweiler DNA and 50% Poodle DNA, exactly how much your Rottle puppy will shed and how allergy provoking they may be largely comes down to luck. For those of you with dog allergies, we recommend you choose a variety of doodle that is crossed with another hypoallergenic breed such as a Yorkshire Terrier Poodle Mix, Soft-Coated Wheaten Terrier Poodle Mix, Bichon Frise Poodle Mix, or the Schnauzer Poodle Mix. If your heart is set on a Rottle puppy, try to opt for a generation that is closer to Poodle than Rottweiler. For example F1B Rottles are 75% Poodle and only 25% Rottweiler where an F1 Rottle is just 50% Poodle and 50% Rottweiler. They may cost more money, but these F1B or F2B Rottles are more likely to be hypoallergenic. Even so, with genetics, nothing is guaranteed.For more information on this, check out our doodle generation guide.
Are These Dogs Good for Families? ??
The Rottle is a loyal and loving dog.He will bond closely with all human family members, including adults and children.He will usually be well behaved around children, especially if those children are old enough and willing to play.Parents should always supervise time between dogs and very small children.
Did You Know?
The Rottie-Poo is a cross between a Rottweiler and a Standard Poodle.They are also sometimes called a Rottle.Rottie-Poos are intelligent, powerful, and loyal dogs that are devoted to their families and are protective of them.
Do Rottles Make Good Family Pets?
For the right family, the Rottle can make a great companion.However, they may not be best for a first time owner.
Do Rottles Shed?
While the rottweiler is a seasonal shedder, the poodle is a very minimal shedder.Overall, this breed is a low-shedding pooch, which during the shedding season may need extra grooming care.During this time, brushing their coat twice a day should help.
Do You Think You Want A Rottie-Poo?
After reading all the Rottle pros and cons, we hope you can better decide if they are right for you.If you think this is a pass for you, stick around and see what Doodle we write about next.
Does she train quickly?
She is intelligent and has an even temper making her usually an easy dog to train.This is especially so for someone with experience who can establish themselves as leader and use positive training methods.Use treats, rewards, toys and praise to encourage her.She should pick up commands quite quickly.Because if her hunting inclination she should be early socialized so she is less likely to stalk any other pets.Early training is also important, the sooner you get started the easier it will be and the more rounded and better your dog will be.
Does This Breed Get Along with Other Pets?
The Rottle is a friendly dog, but they tend to prefer the company of humans to other dogs.With that said, if you introduce your Rottle to your other dogs when they are young, they may benefit from having a canine companion to play with.Always introduce any dog slowly and patiently, especially to cats.
Both parent breeds are large dogs and require plenty of exercise.This means that your hybrid dog is going to need a lot of exercise each day, and you should be willing to provide a minimum of one hour.Although the Poodle will enjoy running and swimming, the Rottweiler is happy walking, and it will depend on which of the parent breeds is dominant in your dog, as to whether you will be able to slip a lead on and go for a vigorous walk, or whether you need to find some way of burning off even more energy.This crossbreed is known for being intelligent and energetic, which is the ideal combination for canine sports like agility.
Food & Diet Requirements ??
Expect to feed your hybrid Rottle between 2-3 cups of good quality food per day.You can feed dry or wet food.Many owners prefer dry food because it is easier to store, will keep longer, and will usually work out cheaper.Wet food helps ensure that your dog stays hydrated and may prove more appealing to your dog, however.
One of several reasons for the popularity of the Poodle parent breed is that they are low shedding dogs.This means you won’t have to follow them around with a dustpan and brush, and this trait has been passed on to the hybrid Rottle.They will shed, but not as profusely as breeds like Golden Retrievers.Brush every week to remove dead hairs.Dead hairs can cause your dog’s coat to become knotted and cause them discomfort.
Health and Conditions ??
Although the Rottle is a hybrid breed, it is known to be predisposed to some of the same diseases as both parent breeds.
How active does the Rottle Dog need to be?
She has a lot of energy and is large so she is quite an active dog though not the most! She will needs a couple of long walks a day and some play time.She will enjoy some games and some should be mentally challenging for her to keep her m ind engaged.She does have a tendency to gain weight easily so enough exercise is important.She would love trips to a dog park too and should have access to a medium to large yard to play in.
How Big Do Rottles Get?
Rottle puppies can be tiny and adorable, but remember they’ll be big and adorable soon! They’re predominantly bred from Standard Poodles rather than Mini Poodles or Toy Poodles due to size differences. As adults, expect Rottie Poos to weigh between 50 and 110 pounds and stand between 15 and 27 inches tall.
How Much are Rottlweiler-Poodle Mix Puppies?
Rottle puppies can easily be worth at least
$2,300.They may even be sold for as high as $3,000.Since both the parents are
pretty expensive individually, expect rottles to be priced the same.
How much grooming is needed?
Usually the Rottle is low shedding but she can have seasonal shedding sometimes, and a coat more like the Rottweiler is going to shed more than one like a Poodle.The latter being the better option if allergies are a concern in the house.Brush her daily to keep away the tangles, take out debris and keep it looking healthy.A coat like a Poodle’s may need some professional trimming now and then too.Bathing should just be done when she gets herself really dirty and only dog shampoo should be used.Her ears should be checked weekly for infection signs and then wiped clean.There are dog ear cleaning solutions you can use with a cotton ball or cloth.Just no inserting anything into the ear.Her teeth will need brushing at least three times a week and her nails should clipped when they get too long, taking care not to cut too low.
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Rottle – Have You Fallen For The Rottweiler Poodle Mix?
An adult female Rottle dog can be between 15 to 25 inches tall and between 40 and 110 pounds in weight.However, most Rottie Poo puppies will grow to fall close to the middle of those ranges, between 20 and 25 inches tall and 75 and 100 pounds in weight.Of course, there are Rottweiler Poodle mixes that fall on the extremes, but they are not …
Should You Get A Rottle?
Getting a pup is a lot like being a new parent.They will need your love and attention, especially when they are still young.The fun thing is they are incredibly loyal and will love you for the rest of their life.
Agility can help you in training your Rottle, which is an important aspect of owning a large breed of this nature.Fortunately, the Rottle is eager to please his owners and he is very intelligent.They are also driven by their desire for food and treats.If you do use treats as a method of reward-based training, ensure that you take these into account when determining the daily food intake for your dog.
What About their Coat?
The Poodle’s coat is one of its most distinguishing characteristics.The Poodle has a dense, curly coat that sheds very little.
What do The Letters,ROTTLE, Spell When Unscrambled?
These are the top results: lotter, tolter.
What is she like with children and other animals?
With socialization and training she is good with anything, kids, animals, other dogs, seniors.She is playful with children, protective and affectionate.Children should be taught how to play nicely with her and how to approach and touch her appropriately.She can have the instinct to chase smaller animals but socialization should take care of that.She should also be a lot better around ones she has been raised with.
What is the price of Rottle puppies?
Such large canines can cost up to $2,300 easily.This value reflects the fact that both parent breeds are quite expensive.
What is the temperament and exercise needs of the Rottle?
The Rottie Doodle is a very calm, loving, and self-confident dog.They are great with kids and families, Rottles are cautious of newcomers and are eager to let you know when someone comes to the door.
What type of cleaning and health problems does my Rottie Poo need and have?
A brushing every day for 5 or 10 minutes, this is not just to keep up their movie-star appearance.But it also takes out knotted hair that often becomes knotted over time.You also should wash them every week to keep their hair sparkly.Also here is an important tip, wash your Rottweiler Poodle mix with shampoo rather than the regular dog wash the Rottle has human hair rather than regular dog fur.
What’s the Price of Rottle Puppies?
The Rottie Poo is a hybrid breed.The biggest price tags are attached to purebred dogs, which can include both parent breeds.However, because hybrids like the Rottie Poo are not permitted to enter shows and cannot get kennel club papers or registration, they are sold as pets, and therefore it is the most popular and the most difficult to breed that tends to attract the greatest prices.
What’s wrong with this listing?
The first thing you should do is contact the seller directly.
Where does the Rottle Dog come from?
The Rottle dog is a designer dog, one of many mixed breeds being deliberately created over the last 30 years.Some designer dogs have some intent behind them and some do not.If the Rottle dog is something you have your heart set on make sure you look carefully at the breeders before you buy a puppy.There are a lot of poor breeders and puppy mills out there who have jumped onto this trend to make money from it.The dogs they breed are not taken care of, they do not health check the parents, it is all about the money.With no information on who, where and why the Rottle was bred we can look at the parent breeds for some useful information.
Why Are There So Many Poodle Mixes?
A Poodle mix is considered a cross between a Poodle & another dog breed.Why are there so many Poodle mixes? Here are a few reasons why they are so popular.