Rottweiler Anatomy. Articles about Rottweiler. Part 2

What You Need to Know about Rottweiler

Anatomical structure of Rottweiler

Aricles about your Rottweiler

Quick Facts and Information

  • Weight: 85 - 130 pounds
  • Height: 22 - 27 inches
  • Color: Black and Tan
  • Life Expectancy: 10 – 12 years

Rottweiler Traits

  • Compact and muscular with a short dense coat
  • Working group
  • Used by the police and military
  • A twice daily walk for around 40 - 50 minutes
  • Reliable and intelligent breed

Peculiarities of breed standard.
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Formation of Kennel Clubs. - READ MORE!

Consitution of the body
Structural features of the dog’s skeleton also affect the development or absence of disqualifying deficiencies in the dog.
Points, skeleton, internals of Rottweiler. - READ MORE!

Anatomical structure of Rottweiler
A dog as any mammalian has 5 main sense organs: sight, hearing, smell, sense of touch, sense of taste. Visual organs, curiously enough, are not of paramount importance in canine life.
Sense organs. - READ MORE!

Breed standard of Rottweiler
In 1921 when all dealing with breeding of these dogs united in All-German Rottweiler-club, approved the common standard according to which the height of the males was 60-68 cm, bitches-55-65 cm
Requirements for Rottweiler breed standard. - READ MORE!

5 Consitutional types of the dog
A dog as any mammalian has 5 main sense organs: sight, hearing, smell, sense of touch, sense of taste. Visual organs, curiously enough, are not of paramount importance in canine life.
Deep inside the breed Rottweiler. - READ MORE!

Proportions of Rottweiler’s body
Ideally the length of Rottweiler’s body must be only 15 % more than the height of the dog at the withers. As a rule, body length of big Rottweiler is 73-76 cm-in males and 69-71–in bitches.
Evaluation of Rottweiler's body proportions. - READ MORE!

Cranial area of Rottweiler
Heavy head is marked by very massive skull with brutish, heavy skeleton part and developed muscles. Light head is characterized by prolate, slender skull with thin, lightweight framework and defective muscles.
Cranial area of Rottweiler. - READ MORE!

Specified consideration of Rottweiler's anatomy
The regular shape of Rottweiler’s head must resemble a triangle with equal sides and blunt angles (when viewed in front and from above). When viewing the head sideways it needs to pay attention to lower and upper line of it.
Head of Rottweiler. - READ MORE!

Jaw relationships and eyes of Rottweiler
Pincers bite is characterized by upper and lower incisors bearing against each other. Such disposition of Rottweiler’s teeth may cause abrasion of their edgy surfaces.
Jaws of Rottweiler. - READ MORE!

Ears, neck, corpus and back of Rottweiler
Properly set ears make Rottweiler look very attractively. Ideally, upper part of Rottweiler’s skull is almost exactly lined up with the ears but the line is a little bowed.
Ears, neck, corpora and back - READ MORE!

Coupling, tail, chest and belly of Rottweiler
Coupling is disposed between front and hind parts of corpora. Coupling of Rottweiler delivers impulse from hind limbs to fore body of the dog.
Parts of Rottweiler. - READ MORE!

Chest,abdominal cavity, forelimbs of Rottweiler
Too wide chest of Rottweiler with well–developed breastbone and muscles, average curvature of ribs is recognized by experts as standard. The chest depth is to be approximately 50% of the dog’s height at withers.
Rottweiler and structure of its body. - READ MORE!

Visual demonstration of Rottweiler's forelimbs
When Rottweiler moves forward at a slack, the angle between its forearm and the ground level is to be 45°. When the shoulders are set upright and the angle of conjunction between humerus and shoulder-blade is on the increase....
Forelimbs of Rottweiler. - READ MORE!

Hindlimbs of Rottweiler. Their representation
Hindlimbs of Rottweiler are under much less pressure of corpus and under much less load than forelimbs. However, the structure of Rottweiler’s hindlimbs is more complicated than that of the forelimbs.
Rottweiler's hind limbs. - READ MORE!

All about Rottweiler's movement
According to Rottweiler’s breed standard the main mode of Rottweilers’ moving is trot. Formation of this characteristic still dates from ancient times, when large dog breeds were used for long-duration drive of goats, cows and sheep.
Movement of Rottweiler. - READ MORE!

Hair of Rottweiler
Rotweilers came from Germany consequently this country has established the standard concerning hair color of this dog breed. At the exhibitions which were held under the guidance of All German Rottweiler club.
Rottweiler's coat. - READ MORE!