16 Great Pictures of Rottweilers

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Rottweilers are often portrayed as vicious dogs that wear spiked collars and attack people. The truth is that they are very intelligent, loyal, willing, calm, and powerful creatures. These traits make them suitable for police dogs, service dogs, therapy dogs, herders and devoted companions. Although Rottweilers aren’t always viewed as family dogs, they can be great pets with tender love and care, especially since they are inherent protectors. They are also great models in photography because you can show the unexpectedly friendly and adorable side of a breed that has been long viewed as dangerous and aggressive.

Image by Mike Hayes

Image by Mike Hayes


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Hector by M&Co

Shyla first Swim by MotoWebMistress

Shyla first Swim by MotoWebMistress

Image by Mike Hayes

Image by Mike Hayes

Image by mister b 1138

Image by mister b 1138

Image by Steve Teo

Image by Steve Teo

Lexi by Genessa Charlet

Lexi by Genessa Charlet

Image by Stewart Black

Image by Stewart Black

Image by Mike Hayes

Image by Mike Hayes

Rottweiler "Gypsy" Portrait by woozie2010

Rottweiler “Gypsy” Portrait by woozie2010

Cuerpo de Rottweiler, alma de Labrador by Lissette Castillo

Cuerpo de Rottweiler, alma de Labrador by Lissette Castillo

Akilles Running by Mikael Bergman

Akilles Running by Mikael Bergman

Image by Mike Hayes

Image by Mike Hayes

Mr. Man by Bad Apple Photography

Mr. Man by Bad Apple Photography

Panting by Andria

Panting by Andria

Pax Romana by David Goehring

Pax Romana by David Goehring

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