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The Rottle is a mongrel, a cross between the Rottweiler and Poodle dog breeds. Playful, intelligent and eager to please, these puppies inherit some of the best qualities of their two parents.Rottle go by several names, including Rottipoo and Rottidoodle. Despite their unfortunate status as a designer breed, you can find these mixed-breed dogs in shelters and breed-specific rescues, so remember to adopt. These adorable pups can make excellent flat dogs for active urban dwellers, though they tend to thrive in family homes. If you want a highly intelligent dog who loves cuddles and pleasing his humans, this could be the dog for you.
Rottles are mixed breed dogs. The main colours of Rottles are brown, black, white, red, grey and blue. Sometimes their coat is solid, and sometimes they have a mixture of coloursThey tend to be low shedding dogs, but this does not mean that they are hypoallergenic. A good brushing every other day should keep your Rottle’s coat healthy.Rottles are relatively easy to train compared to other mixed breeds, as long as training begins at an early age. Due to their high intelligence, they can become destructive if bored. Make sure your dog gets at least one good walk of half an hour to an hour a day, with a few sessions of active play and shorter walks mixed in. The Rottle is generally considered a very family friendly mixed breed dog. They can be affectionate by nature, but it is still important to supervise and teach children how to play safely with dogs.
The Rottle mixed breed of dog may have existed naturally over the years, but designer breeders began intentionally mixing Rottweilers and Poodles sometime in the 1980s, probably in North America.Although there is not much information available as to why people began breeding Rottles, it can be assumed that breeders were looking for a highly trainable and affectionate dog with less shedding than the short-haired Rottweiler. Although the Rottle breed started out as a designer breed, some have ended up in shelters or in the care of rescue groups. If you decide this is the breed for you, consider adoption. Check local shelters, Rottle rescue groups, or Rottweiler or Poodle rescue groups, as they sometimes take mixed-breed dogs and find homes for them.
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