If you love looking at Rottweiler puppy pics, here are even more adorable photos for you to enjoy!
This section of my website is where Rottie owners share photographs of their dogs from puppyhood to adulthood, and it’s grown so popular that we’re not onto the second page of photos.
I get many questions and emails from owners who want to know how big their Rottweiler pup will get, what they’ll look like when adult etc.
Obviously all dogs are different, but I hope that these Rottweiler puppy pic pages will help you see the ‘big picture’ in terms of how this breed grows and develops… and have fun doing it!
In This Article You Will Read About
Rottweiler Puppy Pics – Kush (male pup)
Rottweiler Puppy Pics – Gunther (male pup)
Rottweiler Puppy Pics – Karl (Male Pup)
Rottweiler Puppy Pics – Zuwachs (male pup)
Rottweiler Puppy Pics – Lexi (female pup)
Rottweiler Puppy Pics – Josie (female pup) and Koda (male pup)
Koda 6 weeks
Josie 6 weeks
Josie 6 months
Josie (9 mths) and Koda (4 mths)
Josie (11 mths) Koda (5 mths)
Koda 9 months
Josie 12 months
Koda 12 months
Josie 18 months
Rottweiler Puppy Pics – Jess (Female Pup)
Rottweiler Puppy Pics – Dakota (female pup)
Rottweiler Puppy Pics – Coffee (Male Pup)
Rottweiler Puppy Pics – Mila (Female Pup)
Rottweiler Puppy Pics – Bella (Female Pup)
Rottweiler Puppy Pics – Zeus (Male Pup)
Rottweiler Puppy Pics – Ronnie (Male Pup)
Rottweiler Puppy Pics – Freyja(Female Pup)
It’s important to remember that Rottweilers, like all the large and giant breeds, grow quickly at first but take much longer to mature (and reach adulthood) than the medium or smaller breeds.
Although many Rotties will reach their adult size by around 2 years of age, sometimes it can take up to 3 years for them to reach their full adult size, this is especially true for the large, males.
Never be tempted to try to make your Rottweiler puppy grow faster, or bigger, than comes naturally. This can lead to all sorts of problems including bone/joint conditions and heart problems.
Your pups eventual height and weight is mostly determined by his genetics ie. the size of his parents and even his grandparents. A good nutritious diet and proper veterinary health care contribute as well, but genes are the biggest factor in determining a dog’s conformation.
It’s completely normal for an adolescent pup (anywhere between 12 weeks to 2 years) to look lean as he grows. A pup gains his full height quite a bit earlier than his full weight or muscle development, as long as he’s eating a premium puppy food, and getting enough exercise and proper veterinary care, then he will grow to fulfil his potential.
For more Rottweiler photos, visit my Your Rottweiler Photos page. That’s where visitors to this website share photos of their Rotties. If you love this breed, you don’t want to miss it!
Want to see YOUR puppy/dog featured on this page?
Then simply go to my Contact Me page and let me know that you are interested so that I can email you with the information you need.
I definitely need more photos (I’d prefer at least 6 clear shots of each dog taken at different ages), and I’d LOVE to see some ‘girls’ on here, so let me know if you’d like to take part 🙂