Are you looking for a unique dog to join your family that’s intelligent, powerful, and protective? The German Shepherd Rottweiler mix might be just the dog for you.
This hybrid dog breed is also known as a Rottweiler Shepherd, Shepweiler, Rottie Shepherd, Rotten Shepherd, or Schottie.
It’s a mix of two smart dog breeds that were bred to work all day long. As a result, it’s smart, loyal, and needs a lot of exercise.
Let’s learn more about this energetic dog so you can decide if it’s the right breed to join your family.
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German Shepherds and Rottweilers are both hardworking, loyal, and intelligent dog breeds. The two dog breeds do have some differences, though.
Let’s take a closer look at German Shepherds and Rottweilers. That will give you a better idea of what to expect from this designer breed.
The German Shepherd is the second-most-popular dog breed in the United States. They make loyal family dogs who will do anything you ask. They need a lot of exercise, but they’re easy to train.
The German Shepherd has an easy to recognize profile with erect ears, a pointy snout, and a fluffy, straight tail. They usually have short, thick fur with an undercoat that sheds seasonally. However, there are also long-haired German Shepherds.
German Shepherds stand 22-26” tall and weigh 50-90 pounds.
While the most common color of a German Shepherd is black and tan, they also come in these colors:
Black and cream
Black and silver
Black and red
The German Shepherd was created by German cavalry officer Captain Max von Stephanitz in the late 19th century. He wanted to take the best of all the various local sheepdogs to create superior sheepdog.
As technology reduced the need for sheepdogs, von Stephanitz convinced the military to start using his dogs. The breed was refined during the early part of the 20th century. During World War I, German Shepherds worked as Red Cross dogs, guards, rescuers, messengers, sentries, and supply carriers.
At the end of WWI, an American soldier brought home a German Shepherd puppy who would become Rin Tin Tin, which became a famous movie star and popularized the breed in the United States.
The Rottweiler is the 8th-most-popular dog breed in the United States. They’ve had a variety of purposes over the years, but their favorite job is as an oversized lap dog.orkers. Now, they’re used in roles like search and rescue and guide dogs for the blind.