Why not Rottweilers?

photo(1)There are hundreds of different breeds of dogs, some of which are more recognized than others. For example, Labradors and Golden Retrievers are popular large breeds of dogs. Dachshunds, Chihuahuas, and Yorkies are popular small breeds of dogs. People appreciate these breeds of dogs, as well as various others because of their reputation in society. But what about the breeds of dogs that people don’t take the time to appreciate? The breeds that are often bullied and talked down upon by society? For example, breeds such as the Pitbull, the Rottweiler, the Doberman Pincher, as well as others. More times than not, these dogs are viewed as aggressive and mean, without even being given the chance to prove themselves otherwise. Breed discrimination is something that very prevalent in our society. There are stereotypes of breeds of dogs, when there shouldn’t be.

I’m the proud mom to three Rottweiler’s, who just wants to spread the word about how gentle, loyal, and loving this breed of dog really is. Prior to owning any of my dogs, I never realized how poorly these dogs are viewed to a portion of our society. Now, having spent so much time bonding and caring for mine, I will never understand the negative view that has been placed on these big, beautiful animals. There has not been one public outing with my dogs that someone has not made a rude or derogatory comment about my dogs. My goal is to help change this. Through this blog, I want to share my stories and experiences with Rottweiler’s, as well as other information about them, in hopes to inspire others to love the breed as much as I do. This is something I am very passionate about because these animals do not have voices of their own.


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