by fady wafik
i just wanna ask if my rottweiler german or american, and if it’s gonna be with a big head or small head and about his hair it’s long little bit?? 🙂
Unless you have registration papers for your pup that shows the pedigree/lineage/bloodlines for him then it’s impossible to say whether his heritage is German, European or any other nationality I’m afraid.
You may want to check out this page to learn more about this German Rottweiler.
How he will look when he grows up depends on his parents and what they looked like, plus the nutrition and healthcare you give him. Take a look at my Rottweiler Puppy Growth Chart to find out more about how they grow and develop, and what to expect.
As for his coat, it does look longer than normal. Some puppies have a longer ‘fuzzy’ coat at first, but this changes as they mature and becomes shorter and sleeker. Again though, there’s no way to tell if he’s purebred without reliable registration papers from a reputable organization.
It’s possible that his longer hair is a sign of mixed heritage, but it could also simply be that his parents had slightly longer coats and he’s inherited that. If it stays that way it would be a ‘fault’ in a show dog, but as he’s a pet that isn’t important.
Rottweilers are wonderful dogs and their looks are only part of the package so I’d recommend simply enjoying your beautiful puppy and giving him lots of love. Best of luck.