Rottle – Meet The Rottweiler Poodle Mix

Rottle – Meet The Rottweiler Poodle Mix

Meet the puppy of the year 2016! Rottle was chosen by the judges from over 400 entries. His mother is named Mitzi and his father is called “Bobby”. Bobby’s name means “I love you” in German. They are both very friendly with other dogs but they don’t like people much.

Their favorite thing to do is play fetch with each other.

The puppy is just 2 months old and weighs only 9 pounds (5 kg). He looks like a miniature poodle. He has brown fur and black spots all over him. His eyes are blue and he has small ears. His nose is long and pointed.

He stands at only 4 inches tall (10 cm) but he moves around quickly because of his short legs.

His coat is soft and silky. His body is smooth and his skin tingles when touched. He loves to cuddle up close to you. He will even lay down next to you if he feels comfortable there. When he gets too excited or nervous, he wags his tail and makes a little whinny sound which sounds adorable.

He does not bark or growl, but he may look shy sometimes when left alone with other dogs or people. He gets along with other dogs and loves to play with them. He is very curious about his surroundings and will explore new areas by smelling everything.

The rottweiler poodle mix is friendly with everyone and he loves to make new friends. He is very affectionate and playful. He’s a head-turner and people love to stop and ask about him. He is a very outgoing dog that loves to be the center of attention. He’s not afraid to tell you what he wants, but he’s easily trainable.

Rottle, meet the world!

Every dog is unique and they come in all shapes, sizes and personalities. This rottweiler poodle mix has a fun-loving personality and is a great family dog. If you are interested in adopting this cutie, or another dog, call your local shelter or rescue organization. There are so many waiting for their forever homes!

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Other dog breeds you may like: Schnoodle, Goldendoodle, Labradoodle, and Cavalier King Charles Spaniel.

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