The first impression of a Rottweiler is of solid strength, Massive powerful body, and substantial build. Due to their Confident, bold, alert and imposing nature Rottweiler is a popular choice for its ability to guard. Rotties consider themselves to be one of the family - they love to be included in all family activities. They don't do well when left alone, isolated and bored for long periods. They bond very tightly with their human family and Separation anxiety is a common problem experienced by Rottweiler’s. They need attention and care. If maintained in isolation they can quickly develop repulsive traits. No Rottweiler should be tied or chained. Left alone for long periods of time, the Rottweiler is capable of extremely destructive behaviour which may indicate boredom or anxiety. Rottweiler is a stellar human companion and guard dog only displays aggressive behaviour when under poor ownership. They need proper care. Rottweiler pups are notoriously slow to reach maturity. Typically this occurs at about the two years of age mark. You may have to face many months of hyperactivity bursts, chewing, puppy mouthing and all kinds of other mischievous behaviour! Weight: Male: 43-59 kg Female: 63-69 Kg Height: Male: 63-69 cm Female: 58-64 cm Life Span- 10-12 yrs Litter Size: 4-12 Breed appearance: Medium Size, Almond Shaped, Dark Brown Eyes Broad & Black Nose. Broad head, with an arched forehead and relatively short muzzle Small, Triangular and pendant ears Short, Straight, Dense, Lying flat Coat. Tail docked at the first joint and undocked History German Breed descended dog that accompanied the Roman army in antiquity.