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German breed of large vigorous short-haired cattle dogs

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Of course, other dog breeds are welcome and always will be, but our love for Rottweilers is what started it off.
30pm on Thursday when he saw the rottweiler being pushed out of a car.
It was further alleged no steps were taken to ensure the Rottweiler could not get out of the owner's property by jumping a wall.
As soon as I spotted that rottweiler off its lead I knew we were in trouble.
The Rottweiler, named Damien, owned by Garry Gore, has since been rehomed and is well again
The rottweiler should have been on a lead and preferably muzzled," she added.
Once we were inside, the Rottweilers were peering in the living room window.
PAINFUL: Former councillor, Joe Kenny, who was bitten by a Rottweiler Picture: JAMES
RESPONSIBLE: Lynette Stothart and her Rottweiler Tia (PW180310Kdog)
Peter Beach of the Rottweiler Rescue Trust yesterday said it was important to ensure the dogs are trained and socialised which could help dispel such incidents.
Dodman, a veterinary behaviorist and director of the animal behavior program at Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine at Tufts University in Grafton, said Rottweilers originally were bred as herding dogs in Germany, and became prized for their protectiveness and aggressiveness.
Police are investigating the incident and have seized the two-and-a-half-year-old male rottweiler, known as Bully.
He said: "The dog was a family pet, a two-and-a-half year old female rottweiler, which the family had owned for about six months.
A TEENAGE girl fought a killer Rottweiler with her bare hands in a desperate attempt to rescue baby Archie Hirst.
Stage mothers for a Rottweiler and other dogs have sued a company called Hollywood Paws for failing to turn their pooches into stars.