One of the most intelligent dogs breeds, the Rottweiler starts learning at a very young age. Rottweiler Puppies even when small are alert and curious animals. One of the easiest of all protection dogs to train, these canines have the will to learn and love being taught new things. When together, Rottweiler Puppies are often found wrestling with one another in a playful mock fight. But what they are really doing is learning how to communicate with one another. This early form of communication allows each dog to establish bonds with one another that often last a lifetime. Below is a video that shows just how alert and smart these dogs are. The little guy in the video proves that this breed is one of the smartest on the planet.
The Puppy in The Video is Very Alert to His Surroundings
The video below shows just how alert these dogs can be even at a young age. While he is very curious about the stuffed toy his owner has placed in front of him he does not immediately approach it. Inside he carefully back away while keeping a close eye on the object. This behavior proves that these dogs have a keen eye for detail and they are very aware of their surroundings. As he closely approaches the toy you can see that he never takes his eyes off of it. Once his owner picks up the toy and shows him there is no threat, he carefully begins to play. This is a prime example of the intelligent level of these dogs. While not every animal is going to be the same, this little guy sure does show signs of high intelligence. Anyone would be very lucky to have him as a family pet.
Make Sure To Watch the Video Before You Go
So if you are thinking of getting one of these dogs as a pet make sure to take the time and check out the video. If you were on the fence about purchasing one of these dogs, this video will surely convince you to get one. This little guy sure is cute and very smart. So if you want a dog that will grow up well rounded with lots of brains, this is the breed for you. Honestly, you couldn’t ask for a better animal to have around your home. But don’t take my word for it check out the video for yourself.
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