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My question is what type of dog is this ?? yes that may sound crazy but i rescued this Rott . And know nothing about his type ( pedagree ) ... Everyone asks if he is full rott and of course i say " oh yeah " They ask if he is german Again " oh yeah " .... I can say this , what i wanted in a rott was the big block head and massive body size ..... After joining this site i see those are not really rotts ( meaning there bred to impress ) ... I have the perfect rott fromm all i read ... 28 inches at the shoulders , 115 lbs. , great muscle tone , perfect markings .... So i couldnt be any happier .... Can anyone Tell me ( from this picture or any of the pictures on his web site ) What we have here .... I dont see that block head ..... And let the truth be told i dont know the difference anyways ... american or german ???? Also is there a web site to see if he ever had papers ??? ( know nothing about his past and the scpa i recued him from only knows he was picked up running wild in St. Petersburg Fla. ) ... Alls i DO know is he is the best ROTT ever so gentle and well mannered ( and thats all that really matters to ME ) ......

" Me & Mini Me "
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Your dog is a Rottweiler.There is no such thing as a German,American,French,Austrialian or other country Rottweiler.


When people breed Rottweilers with no thought to what lines they are breeding to all the puppys can and do look different.So you can get short or tall dogs in one litter.It takes years of studing a breed and knowing what produces what to breed a litter where the puppys all look the same.


Your dog is a Rottweiler,with out papers.He is your friend love him don't try to figure him out.


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Yes he is definetly a rott and he is beautiful so just love him and enjoy him and don't worry what anyone says.
 
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