What you need to know about Rottweiler puppies
One of the most important tips to finding the right dog is to select a Rottweiler puppy that approaches you or at the very least won't shy away when you approach them. You should never select a Rottweiler puppy that is fearful or aggressive. Rather the puppy should be friendly and allow you to hold and handle them.
The next tip is to try and meet the parents if possible. Before adopting a puppy you want to observe the behavior of the parents. Ideally the parents of the puppy will be friendly, well behaved and easy to touch and handle. If the parents are well adjusted then there is a great chance that the puppy will adapt just the same with proper training.
Never judge a breeder by their appearance, rather consider how the breeder treats and trains their puppies. How the breeder raises the puppies will have a lot to do with how your Rottweiler puppy will turn out later on. So always keep an open mind and just remember that you will never find the perfect animal, but you will find a loving companion that will be loyal to you for years to come.
You also want to carefully consider how the breeder treats and trains their puppies, don't just take things at face value. How your Rottweiler puppy will turn out later on depends greatly on how the breeder raises the puppies. Just keep an open mind when looking for your puppy and remember that you will never be able to find the perfect animal but you will be able to find a loving companion that is loyal to you for years and years.
It is also important that the mother be given adequate time to recover after having a litter before she is bred again. If a female Rottweiler is over bred then there can be some problems with a puppy's health and behavior.
It can be difficult to ask questions but always remember that a good breeder is eager to answer your questions and will be very helpful. The best breeders will often give you all the general facts without you even asking and then allow you to meet the parents to assess their traits.
Good breeders don't push you and want to make sure you raise your puppy properly. So don't be afraid to voice any questions you have including those about the health history of the parents.