Rottle Puppies Breeder: Full Grown Rottweiler Poodle Mix

Rottle Puppies Breeder: Full Grown Rottweiler Poodle Mix

Rottle Puppies Breeder: Full Grown Rottweiler Poodle Mix

Rottle Puppies Breeder: Full Grown Rottweiler Poodle Mix

The Rottle is a mix between the purebred Rottweiler and the Standard Poodle.

The exact appearance and temperament of this mix varies. But, they usually grow from 16 to 27 inches, weighing anywhere between 60 and 130 pounds as an adult.

Rottles are intelligent, energetic, and very loyal to their close family.

Taking a closer look at the parent dogs will help you predict how your puppy will turn out. Your puppy could inherit any mix of traits from them!

What’s In This Guide

Rottle At A Glance

In-depth Breed Review

Rottle Training And Care

Pros And Cons Of Getting A Rottie Poo

Rottle FAQs

Our readers’ most popular and frequently asked questions about the Rottweiler Poodle mix include:

Are Rottles good family dogs?

Are Rottles hypoallergenic?

How much does a Rottie Poo cost?

What does a Rottie Poo look like?

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Rottle: Breed At A Glance

Popularity: On the rise

Purpose: Family companion

Weight: 60 – 130 pounds

Temperament: Loyal, alert, confident

Although Rottle puppies can be quite varied, this mix can make a great family pet for the right home.

Rottle Breed Review: Contents

History and original purpose of the Rottie Poo

Fun facts about the Rottweiler Poodle mix

Rottle appearance

Rottle temperament

Training and exercising your Rottie Poo

Rottweiler Poodle mix health and care

Do Rottie Poos make good family pets

Rescuing a Rottweiler Poodle mix

Finding a Rottle puppy

Raising a Rottle puppy

Rottie Poo products and accessories

Mixes, especially Poodle mixes, are all the rage these days, and it’s not surprising. Let’s take a closer look at the Rottweiler Poodle mix, starting with where it comes from.

History and Original Purpose

As with most mixed breeds, it’s hard to pinpoint the exact origins of the Rottie Poodle mix.

Breeding two different breeds on purpose is quite a modern trend. The resulting dogs are called designer dogs.

The earliest known Rottweiler Poodle mix puppies were born in Germany in the 1980s, but other Rottle puppies could have been born earlier, either bred on purpose or by accident.

To get a better idea of the history behind this breed, you can take a look at that of its parents.


Rottle Parent Breeds History

The Rottweiler’s origins are surprising to many. The breed is often thought to be a guard dog. But, it actually started as a herding breed in Germany, driving cattle to market.

Once locomotives became the preferred way to move cattle, the Rottweiler began to lose popularity. But, their protective instincts made them popular again as police, military, and guard dogs.

Even though the Poodle is most often associated with France, this breed also comes from Germany.

Standard Poodles were bred sometime before the fifteenth century to retrieve ducks for hunters.

Fun Facts About the Rottle

Designer dogs are the result of intentionally mixing different purebred dog breeds. This creates a cross with a mix of the traits of the two parent breeds.

Poodles have become popular candidates for designer dogs, as they have a low shedding fur.

But, this trait isn’t actually guaranteed in a mix. Especially in a first generation mix.

Some purebred dog enthusiasts claim that breeding designer dogs is unethical because it creates unhealthy dogs that breeders overcharge for.

But, in reality, if potential owners choose reputable breeders, mixed breeds are no less healthy than purebreds.

In fact, mixing two breeds like this can widen the gene pool, leading to healthier dogs.

Rottle Appearance