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Poodle / Rottweiler Mix

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Species group: Mixed Breeds

Other name(s): Rottle; Standard Poodle / Rottweiler Mix

The basics:
RightPet does not advocate the intentional cross-breeding of purebred dogs. But the reality is that most dogs available for adoption at shelters and rescues are mixed breeds. We think it might be helpful to hear from owners of these mixes to see what traits can be found in these dogs who are desperately needing homes.

Appearance / health:
Individuals may differ in appearance. In general, they are medium-sized dogs with medium to long coats.
They shed little or almost nothing at all. Regular brushing once or twice in a week keeps their coat free of dead hair. Bathing may be done once in one or two months. Coat need to be thoroughly dried after bathing. Toenails need to be regularly clipped. Ears should be kept clean. Brushing the teeth occasionally with special paste and toothbrush prevents tartar build up.
Taking them for a walk once or twice a day keeps them physically fit and mentally agile. Puppies may be taken for shorter walks. Walks provide an opportunity for socialization, as it provides them with a chance to familiarize with different sights and sounds.
Not much is known about the health conditions seen in these dogs.

Behavior / temperament:
They are affectionate and loyal to their families and fun to be around. They may be bit aloof with strangers. They are hypoallergenic and ideal for those allergic to dog hair. They are intelligent and quick to learn, but could be self-willed at times.
They are intelligent and trainable. Basic obedience is essential to ensure proper behavior. Training should begin as soon as possible and needs to be firm and consistent. A stern warning in a low tone is enough, as hitting or shouting could make them shy or aggressive.
They are calm dogs and do not bark much.

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from breeders/sellers

Breeders and sellers have to jump through hoops to get RightPet listings, literally, we make them do circus tricks. Unfortunately no one has met our high acrobatic standards for this animal yet, but hopefully they will soon!

from shelters/rescues

We've had no luck finding any of these frisky fellas so far, even though we've put up wanted posters and everything! But don't worry, we're working on it!
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