I don't care how big you are, I will take you Down!!!

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Rottweiler dog breed facts and trivia - history, personality, health and care, training, pros and cons. My perfect breed!

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This Rottweiler is looking the emoji that sticks his tongue out. So obsessed with this adorable puppy!

16 Things All Rottweiler Owners Must Never Forget

These important reminders should serve you well as awesome rottweiler owners.

That the cutest puppy I ever saw...!

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Awww, looks just like our "BoBo" hands down the best boy ever!!! Miss him all the time

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my friends rottweiler puppy has a perfect heart on his rump

Rottweiler - Loving Confident and Loyal

My friends rottweiler puppy has a perfect heart on his rump. What a place to have a heart!

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