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31 Radiant Rottweiler Mixes – The Ultimate Rottie Mix Guide

The best Rottweiler mixes from the internet.
Written by Richard Jeng

As one of Germany’s most iconic dogs, the Rottweiler is easily one of the best companion and guard dogs we have. They’re sensitive, affectionate but also courageous when needed. As such, they’re ideal dogs to crossbreed with.

In North America, the Rottweiler is undeniably a prevalent breed. In fact, they’ve consistently made AKC’s top 10 most popular dog breeds list. They’re some of the most popular mixes, as there’s really no short supply of Rottweilers to crossbreed with.

From obvious mixes like the Rotterman to the less obvious, such as the Dachsweiler, there’s a perfect Rottweiler mix for everyone, in any situation. The list is essentially endless, but here are our favorite Rottie mixes.

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What’s a Rottweiler?

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Rottweilers are some of the oldest working dog breeds with origins that can be traced as far back as the Roman Empire. They’ve had a long history and tradition of excellence, working as herding dogs, guardians, companions and more.

They’re widely considered as the ultimate multi-purpose guard dogs today, though many of them live mundane lives as loving family companions. However, there’s so much more to the Rottweiler than just dependable protection.

They’re affectionate, loving, kind, gentle and sweet-natured dogs – all of which, is what you’d least expect from a premiere guard dog. Plus, their high intelligence makes them excellent at learning tricks, but even better at handling older kids.

She’s very much a velcro dog and will follow me from room to room. Rotties are very intelligent and it’s amazing how they can understand language.

– Rainahsmom (Rottweilers Online)

Rottweilers can stand anywhere from 24 to 27 inches and sport their iconic black & tan coats. Plus, they’re built with a muscular frame that very few people would dare to mess with. Simply put, they look the part – like a fearless guard dog bred to protect.

Once you get to know these dogs, you’ll notice their silly personalities stand out. Behind all that brawn and strength is just a goofy and fun-loving dog who wants to put a smile on your face. And despite popular belief, Rotties are very family-oriented dogs.

Overall, Rottweilers are typically calm and confident dogs, especially if properly socialized. If they sense a threat to the pack, however, their demeanor quickly switches to a reliable and alert protector. They will always have your back.

Best Rottweiler Mixes

There are too many Rottweiler mixes that deserve a spot on this list. By no means is this an exhaustive list, as there’s a unreal number of possibilities.

Even so, these are our favorite and most popular hybrids. Leave a comment in the section below to tell us which Rottweiler mix is your favorite.

1. Weimarrott

Parents: Weimaraner x Rottweiler mix

via Instagram: @everyoneluvslucy

The Weimarrott combines two of Germany’s finest working dog breeds, the Rottweiler and the Weimaraner. This combination forms the perfect balanced of physical prowess, offering both speed and strength in this crossbreed.

Though Weimaraners are known for their gray coats (hence, the nickname “gray ghost”), the Weimarrott can come in various colors. Anything from solid black, a tan or brown is possible for this mix. The Weimaraners’ blue eyes may also be apparent.

As energetic as the Rottweiler is, the Weimaraner side brings even more energy into the mix. If you can meet their physical needs, the Weimarrott is not a bad Rottweiler mix to look into. They’re reserved for active owners, but they’re well worth it.

2. New Rottland

Parents: Newfoundland x Rottweiler mix

via Instagram: @layla.lu17

Sometimes called the Newfweiler, the New Rottland is the Rottweiler and Newfoundland hybrid. If you think about it, this Rottweiler mix is one of the most obvious hybrids given the similarity of the two parents’ temperaments.

Both are gentle and loving dogs, though I would consider the Newfoundland more of a “gentle giant” than the Rottie. The two parent breeds are ultra loyal – almost to a fault. But that’s what makes them such excellent family dogs.

While Rottweilers aren’t small by any means, Newfoundlands are considerably larger. As such, this result is a massive 28 to 30 inch mixed dog breed. But because they’re durable and big, a New Rottland will be able to withstand the rough play from rowdy kids.

3. Dachsweiler

Parents: Dachshund x Rottweiler mix

via Instagram: @boo_the_dachsweiler

The Dachsweiler is a Rottweiler mix that tops the list of the least obvious Rottweiler mixes. So who’s idea was it to cross Germany’s smallest dog breed with a Rottie? Well, the Dachshund Rottweiler mix does exist, and they’re beautiful dogs.

Dachsweilers are rare and not a common sight, even in Germany. Because of the size and body difference, the looks of the Dachsweiler can vary quite. Even temperaments won’t be consistent because they’re relatively new dogs.

However, most Dachsweilers will sport the signature elongated body and short legs of the Dachshund, but the sturdy frame of the Rottweiler. From the limited samples we’ve seen, we know they’re loyal and playful, much like their parents.

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4. Rotticorso

Parents: Cane Corso x Rottweiler mix

via Instagram: @colettefarm

The Rotticorso is the combination of two strong and big guard dogs: the Cane Corso Italiano and Rottweiler. With a dominant personality, they’re not ideal for novice trainers or owners. They want to be the alpha, so a firm hand is needed.

When it comes to work ethic, few hybrids are as hard working as the Rotticorso. In fact, they tend to thrive best when given a job or assignment. This can be herding, guarding, obedience training or pretty much anything you throw at them.

Despite their presiding nature, Rotticorsos can be great family dogs if you keep some of their dominant behaviors in check. Even so, they’re loyal, affectionate and instinctively protective. In other words, they get along with children with supervision.

5. Rott Pei

Parents: Shar Pei x Rottweiler mix

via Instagram: @mrenage

The Rott Pei combines the best of east and west. By crossbreeding China’s Shar Pei along with Germany’s Rottweiler, you get a unique and lovable Rottie mix. And while they’re not as popular as other hybrids, they’re still an excellent option.

Both parent breeds are incredibly devoted and protective of the pack. As such, the Rott Pei is the same way without the territorial aggression (given proper socialization). They’re gentle and affectionate, which make them excellent playmates for kids too.

Always dependable, the Rott Pei feels an innate responsibility to look after the pack. Excellent leadership is needed for these dogs to respect you and other family members. So, make sure you provide the confidence and consistency they need.

6. Golden Rottie

Parents: Golden Retriever x Rottweiler mix

via Instagram: @muttloa.f

Given that both the Golden Retriever and Rottweiler are some of America’s most popular dog breeds, this mixed breed was bound to happen. The mesh between the two personalities will result in a playful but cautious dog.

More often than not, this Rottweiler mix will take on the body of the Golden Retriever, though retaining the colors of the Rottweiler. The result is a good looking dog with a lengthy black fur coat, which means more potential for shedding.

Even so, both parent breeds have their flaws. For example, Golden’s mouthiness and Rottie’s aggressive tendencies may shine through. But somehow, the two balance each other out to give you an intelligent and loving dog.

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7. Springer Rottie

Parents: Springer Spaniel x Rottweiler mix

via Instagram: @surfergarl

The Springer Rottie is, as you may have guessed, a hybrid of the English Springer Spaniel and the Rottweiler. They’re not a common hybrids, but the result is an amazing and fun-loving mix with many great aspects.

Rottweilers have a smooth short coat, while the Springer Spaniel has a medium fluffy coat. The Springer Rottie will likely be somewhere in between, though they can lean either way. They’ll also sport a coat that’s black, white, tan, chocolate or a mix.

Springer Rotties are highly active and energetic dogs. With such high endurance, expect to keep them active for hours each day. And while they’re just as loving and affectionate as any Rottie, they can be a little aloof and aggressive with strangers.

8. Staffweiler

Parents: American Staffordshire x Rottweiler mix

via Instagram: @prince.the.staffweiler

Staffweilers combine two of the most formidable and strongest guard dogs: the Rottweiler and the American Staffordshire Terrier. Though they may look intimidating, they’re really just as loving and fun as any other big dog.

Their large head, square shoulders and powerful gait screams “the ultimate guard dog.” And considering they’re about 130 pounds of muscle, standing 26 inches tall, it’s easy to see why. Who dares mess with a Staffweiler?

With the family, Staffweilers are gentle, calm and sweet dogs. You’d never guess unless you personally knew one. But when threats come into play, they’re a completely different dog. Plus, their protective nature means they’ll have your back.

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9. Schnauzweiler

Parents: Schnauzer x Rottweiler mix

via Instagram: @stella_schnauzweiler

Schnauzers are developed in three size variations (the mini, standard and giant). However, the most common size to crossbreed with the Rottweiler is the Standard Schnauzer. With that said, they will be large, hefty dogs.

Despite both parent breeds coming from Germany, this Rottie mix is uncommon, at least in North America. For this reason, there’s very little information on the temperaments regarding the Schnauzweiler. In addition, the appearance will vary.

But given the personalities of the parents, the Schnauzweiler is likely to be a highly intelligent worker. They’ll have high-energy levels and will most likely be excellent guardians too. More often than not, you can expect to see the Rottie’s loyalty.

10. Rottie Shepherd

Parents: German Shepherd x Rottweiler mix

via Instagram: @oscar_atyourservice

Commonly referred to as the Shepweiler, the German Shepherd Rottweiler mix is one of my all-time favorite dog mixes. In fact, the two parent breeds are arguably the two most famous German dog breeds.

Because both parents are overwhelmingly popular, this Rottweiler mix was inevitable. You can expect a highly intelligent dog that’s both obedient and loving. And through socialization and obedience training, the aggressive tendencies can be minimized.

Rottie Shepherds will always be protective and loyal, as seen in both parents. It’s literally in their genes to protect. So, expect a formidable guard dog that also makes a fantastic family companion and playmate for older children.

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11. Staffie Bullweiler

Parents: Staffordshire Bull Terrier x Rottweiler mix

via Instagram: @nalagramx

Similar to the Staffweiler, the Staffie Bullweiler crossbreeds the Rottweiler with one of the 4 pit bull type dog breeds. Instead of the American Staffordshire, this dog is mixed with the slightly smaller Staffordshire Bull Terrier.

As a result, the Staffie Bullweiler tends to be slightly smaller than the Rottweiler. But thanks to the compact yet muscular body of the Bull Terrier, these hybrids are just as strong with a bit more heft than a purebred Rottie.

With this Rottweiler mix, you’ll get a loyal and playful dog that gets along great with kids and other dogs. They’re intelligent and people-oriented, so they’ll respond well to training. They do have dominant personalities, so experienced owners are recommended.

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12. Rottie Bordeaux

Parents: Bordeaux Mastiff x Rottweiler mix

via Instagram: @stanley_the_bfg

The Rottie Bordeaux combines what seems like two intimidating dog breeds, the Rottweiler and Dogue de Bordeaux. But despite their rough and rugged looks, these dogs are both very loving and gentle in the home.

Even so, the Rottie Bordeaux is not recommended for first-time owners. Yes, they are good-natured dogs, but they tend to develop aggressive tendencies without the proper socializing and training. You’ll want to train with positive reinforcement only.

And while the Rottie Bordeaux is a confident and brave dog, they will naturally have dominant personalities. With a firm and consistent hand, they can make wonderful playmates for older children due to their people-pleasing personalities.

13. Rottpeake

Parents: Chesapeake Retriever x Rottweiler mix

via Instagram: @josy.spetman

Not the most common or obvious Rottweiler mix is the Rottpeake. They’re a hybrid between the Rottweiler and Chesapeake Bay Retriever. Both of which, are very different in purpose, looks and temperaments.

On one hand, the Chesapeake is one of the best water-bird retrievers in the world. They will be excellent swimmers, whereas Rottweilers tend to struggle with swimming. But Rottpeakes will almost always be highly active and athletic dogs.

They require a great deal of physical activity to prevent any destructive behavior from forming. If you have “jobs” they can do in the home, that’s even better! They’re serious workers with one of the best work ethics, so put this to use if possible.

14. Pinweiler

Parents: Mini Pinscher x Rottweiler mix

via Instagram: @doogiebuddy

The Pinweiler is the unique combination of the Miniature Pinscher and Rottweiler. Yes, you read that right – the miniature version is used for this hybrid. So because of the size difference, this mix can vary greatly in both size and appearance.

For reference, Mini Pinschers weigh no more than 10 pounds. On the other hand, Rottweilers can easily approach the 100-pound mark. As a result, the Pinweiler being anywhere between 30 to 60 pounds and will vary depending on parentage.

From the pinscher side, Pinweilers will likely be lively and playful dogs. They enjoy having fun and make great playmates for other dogs or older children. Needless to say, the Rottie’s well-known loyalty tends to pass on to the Pinweiler.

15. Rotterman

Parents: Doberman Pinscher x Rottweiler mix

via Instagram: @sune.doberweiler

The Rotterman is another hybrid of two famous German dogs: The Doberman Pinscher and the Rottweiler. Aside from body shape and breed standards, these two dog breeds have a ton of great similarities that’s passed on to the Rotterman.

Rottermans are very patient dogs, especially when it comes to children. They do well with other dogs as long as they were raised up with them. In fact, they’ll make it their responsibility to protect the family, as both parents do too.

Training requires consistency, firmness and patience when it comes to Rottermans. If you don’t know what you’re doing, they can easily become aggressive to strangers. So, they’re not great choices for first time dog owners.

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16. French Bullweiler

Parents: French Bulldog x Rottweiler mix

via Instagram: @annitarutuulia

With how popular both parent breeds are, the French Bullweiler was bound to happen. This hybrid combines the protectiveness of the Rottweiler with the adaptability of the Frenchie to form an all-around family dog.

Thanks to their short and dense coats, the French Bullweiler is a fairly low maintenance dog breed when it comes to grooming. However, they will likely inherit a double coat and will shed quite a bit. So, regular brushing is still necessary.

Depending on the dog, this hybrid can inherit bad behaviors and instincts, such as being over-territorial. So, it’s best to give them plenty of socialization and training. And as intelligent as they are, there should be no problems with training.

17. Boxweiler

Parents: Boxer and Rottweiler mix

via Instagram: @moxxie_la_boxweiler

Even though both parent breeds are relatively popular dogs in the USA, the Boxer Rottie mix is still fairly new. As a result, Boxweilers can vary more than other hybrids because there is still no breed standard for the dog.

However, most of the time you can count on getting a large and athletic dog with the potential to weigh up to 100 pounds. From the Boxer side, they’ll love playing and will have an upbeat energy that you (the owner) need to help expend.

Boxweilers make good family dogs, but they can be a little sensitive at times, which means they’ll need extra care and attention. Make sure to provide your Boxweiler with exercise since they’re prone to gaining weight.

18. American Bullweiler

Parents: American Bulldog x Rottweiler mix

via Instagram: @the_littlest_smunchkin

The American Bullweiler is a hybrid dog that combines the courageous Rottie with the classic American Bulldog. If there’s one word to describe this dog, it’s “strong.” As sturdy as the pure Rottweiler is, the Bulldog brings the hybrid to the next level.

Because both parent breeds are physically gifted, you can expect the American Bullweiler to be the same. These dogs tend to inherit the muscular frame from the Bulldog but the athleticism from the Rottweiler. The result is one scary dog.

But don’t worry. Despite the fearsome appearance, these dogs are some of the most loving dogs in the dogdom. They’re truly “people-pleasing” canines, especially when it comes to their family. And as you already know, they make excellent guard dogs.

19. Weiler Dane

Parents: Great Dane x Rottweiler mix

via Instagram: @theboysexplore

Why not crossbreed the world’s largest dog breed with the already-massive Rottweiler? The Weiler Dane, or Great Dane Rottie mix, is exactly what you’d expect: a massive, gentle and sweet-natured dog for companionship.

These giant dogs typically stand around 33 inches at the shoulders. What’s even more scary is that they can reach 170 pounds. Just the sheer size of these Rottie mixes can be a convincing deterrents for any potential home intruders.

But when you actually get to know a Weiler Dane, you’ll know that they’re very fun and gentle dogs, thanks to the Dane’s favorable temperament. From the Rottweiler side, they will be very protective of you, yet aloof around strangers.

20. Labrottie

Parents: Labrador Retriever x Rottweiler mix

via Instagram: @lifeoftatertottatum

The Labrador Retriever is the most popular dog breed in America. As a result, this Rottweiler Labrador mix is a fairly prevalent mutt. Unsurprisingly, the Labrottie is a dog that highlights the best qualities from each parent breed.

They want nothing more than to please their owners, much like the Lab parent. So if you can spend quality time with your Labrottie, they will love you like no other. They’re up for anything as long as you’re doing it with them! They’re all about companionship.

If you’re looking for a Rottweiler mix that’s easy to take care of, then you should take a long hard look at the Labrottie. Grooming is minimal, though they require sufficient exercise. Even so, the most important thing is love and attention.

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21. Saint Weiler

Parents: Saint Bernard x Rottweiler mix

via Instagram: @st.weilerstagram

The Saint Weiler combines the vigilance of the Rottweiler with the docile and good-natured temperaments of the fan-favorite Saint Bernard. They’e truly a big, friendly giant that will get along great with anyone in any household.

While they’re not as large as the Dane Weiler, these Rottie mixes can grow up to 100 pounds for a male dog. But thanks to the Saint Bernard side, the Saint Weiler has a tendency to drool and gain extra weight if you’re not careful.

That being said, they need plenty of regular exercise in order to keep their weight in check. So if you’re looking for a formidable guardian that can double as an extra pair of eyes on your kid, then the Saint Weiler may be perfect for you.

22. Reagle

Parents: Beagle x Rottweiler mix

via Instagram: @cleothereagle

The Reagle is a combination of two of my favorite dog breeds, the inquisitive Beagle and the confident Rottweiler. Though a medium-sized dog, Reagles are known for their loyalty, even-tempers and affection. They’re a top choice for companionship.

These mixed dogs love nothing more than to play with their owners. In other words, they’ll play with your children, other pets and guests with every chance they get. And thanks to the Beagle side, Reagles aren’t usually as protective as a Rottweiler.

This doesn’t mean they aren’t alert and wary of strangers, though. One thing to look out for is the dog’s its prey drive. If a squirrel comes along, expect them to start chasing and tracking with their inherited Beagle nose.

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23. English Mastweiler

Parents: English Mastiff x Rottweiler mix

via Instagram: @havanamastweiler

Crossbreeding the English Mastiff with the Rottweiler will likely result in your ultimate guard dog, also known as the English Mastweiler. In fact, these muscular and stealthy athletic dogs were purposely bred for this job.

Though they are considered good family dogs, playing with older children should be closely supervised. It’s not that they’re aggressive dogs, but the sheer size of these Rottie mixes can unintentionally injure a child.

As both parent breeds are naturally protective, the English Mastweiler will be the same. So it’s essential that these dogs receive enough socialization and training early on. Without this, they may be overly aggressive to guests.

24. Rottsky

Parents: Siberian Husky x Rottweiler mix

via Instagram: @rottskyhershey

The Rottsky combines two well-known big dog breeds, that are, the Siberian Husky and the Rottweiler. Both parents have pleasant qualities that make the Rottsky a top choice for ideal companions in families with children.

The energetic temperament of the Husky is often seen in the Rottsky as well. However, the sturdiness of the Rottweiler will also be inherited. As a result, Rottskies can match the energy levels of kids and withstand their rough play.

Rottskies are all about loyalty. Not only are they dependable, but they will always have the backs of their family when called upon. The only downside is that they require a lot of physical activity for good physical and mental health.

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25. Bull Mastweiler

Parents: Bullmastiff x Rottweiler mix

via Instagram: @diesel.the.bfg

The hybrid of the Bullmastiff and Rottweiler is the Bull Mastweiler – a powerful, confident hybrid that’s naturally protective. They may not be aggressive dogs, but they’re muscular dogs that make highly capable guardians.

Training can vary with these dogs, depending on which side they take more from. Although Bull Mastweilers are intelligent dogs, they have their stubborn streaks. With that said, it’s best to start obedience training as early on as possible with these dogs.

If you have other dogs in the household, they should be fine as long as they grow up together. Otherwise, they may show aggressive tendencies towards unfamiliar dogs. So, socialization is a must for them in their puppyhood months.

26. Rottmatian

Parents: Dalmatian x Rottweiler mix

via Instagram: @dogtorwatsychops

The Rottmatian is the beautiful and elegant cross between the Rottweiler and Dalmatian. They can be medium or large, but grow as tall as 23 inches and as heavy as 80 pounds. Though, it really depends on the parents’ genes.

As Dalmatians are known for their white and black spots, the Rottmatian doesn’t disappoint. In most cases, Rottmatians will have the iconic black spots in patches, though probably not as apparent as a purebred Dalmatian.

These dogs are extremely courageous and can be decent guard dogs if necessary. However, they do better as loving and friendly companions in families. And if you have children in the home, the Rottmatian will fit right in.

27. Rottle

Parents: Poodle x Rottweiler mix

via Instagram: @poodlemates

The Rottle has the dignity of the Poodle with the sturdiness of the Rottweiler. As such, these Rottweiler mixes make one of the most well-balanced dogs you can find. They’ll be graceful, but also ready for activity and fun.

Because there are three size variations of the Poodle (toy, mini and standard), the size of the Rottle will depend on which you crossbreed with. Although, typically standard Poodles are used, but surprisingly miniatures too.

These companions are extremely easy to train as both the Poodle and Rottweiler are ultra intelligent and obedient dogs. They also have the courageousness that’s ideal for protecting. Plus, they tend to inherit the hypoallergenic coats of Poodles.

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28. Bernese Rottie

Parents: Bernese Mountain Dog x Rottweiler mix

via Instagram: @tukker_time

The Bernese Rottie is the incredible and gorgeous cross between the Bernese Mountain Dog and Rottweiler. Though relatively new, they’re quickly gaining popularity as one of the best and most friendly large companions.

These dogs are devoted, much like the Rottweilers. In fact, it’s why they’re so affectionate with members of the family (including other pets of the pack). But like with all large dogs, they’ll still need extensive socialization and obedience training.

These dogs are simply stunning. The appearance will be somewhere between both parent dog breeds. However, they’ll always have the athletic build with large heads. And because they’re prone of health problems, they’ll need 30 minutes of daily exercise.

29. Jackweiler

Parents: Jack Russell Terrier x Rottweiler mix

via Instagram: @jax_christiansen

One of the more modern designer dogs, the Jackweiler is a hybrid of the Jack Russell Terrier and Rottweiler. Together, you get an energetic dog that loves to play, play play. The terrier side really shines through with the liveliness.

Because this breed is so new, there is no standard and they can vary in both personality and physical appearance. Despite that, they’re most likely to be extremely loyal dogs that will have an owner-pleasing mentality. They love working for you!

The main concern about the Jackweiler is the amount of exercise they will need. Thanks to the terrier side, the spiritedness is often passed down, meaning they’re full of energy and will demand a lot of physical activity.

30. Rottie Aussie

Parents: Australian Shepherd x Rottweiler mix

via Instagram: @4bestdoggos

The Rottie Aussie combines two premier working dogs, though in very different lines of work. While Australian Shepherds are some of the world’s best herding dogs, the Rottweiler serves as a reputable and dependable guardian.

The hybrid is magnificent, bringing you a highly energetic working dog that’s both smart and hard-working. Both parents are vigilant dog breeds, so the protective nature tends to shine through in the Rottie Aussie.

Though Australian Shepherds can be hyperactive, the docile manner of the Rottweiler will make them calmer. Still, these dogs need much exercise and mental stimulation to maintain good health and true happiness in the family.

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31. Border Rollie

Parents: Border Collie x Rottweiler mix

via Instagram: @rusty.thedawg

Border Rollies, or the Border Collie and Rottweiler mix, is something you don’t see everyday. In fact, we rarely see them around. However, that doesn’t take away from the amazing mixes that these dogs actually are.

Border Collies are the world’s top herding dogs, so they may have the tendency to nip at your heels if not properly socialized. Combined with the guard instincts of the Rottweiler and you have an energetic and highly alert watchdog.

In addition, Border Rollies are probably one of the best looking Rottie mixes! They will uniquely take on the body of the collie, but have the head of the Rottweiler. Plus, the iconic colors of the Rottweiler will shine through too.

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Did we miss any Rottweiler mixes that you like? Let us know which ones in the comment section below. Also, feel free to share your Rottie mix if you have one.

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Richard Jeng

Richard has been raising dogs his whole life, including a Poodle, Pomeranian, Corgi and Australian Shepherd. He's always working with animal shelters and dog rescues because of his passion for all dogs. Fun fact: his all time favorite breed is the German Shepherd. Read More.

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  • Amazing Rottie blends! I’ve had three males and they were all great gentlemen and kindly souls. MY only problem with the greed is the prevalence of cancer in some bloodlines. All three of my guys died early from one for or another of cancer. IMO, more should be done to curtail and censure breeders who know it’s in the line and continue to breed the affected dogs.

  • I have a Jackweiller! I’m regards to exercise – this sassy bitch is SO LAZY. Lol. She doesn’t require, or want, more than she gets when we go out to potty. That said, she and I also follow one another’s lead – if she’s on a smell and enjoying a little walk in “our” field, I’m more than happy to join her on her adventure.

    Personality – absolutely charming, protective (but not overbearing), loves to “be a part of the pack,” well-adept in the art of cuddling, very intelligent, goofy, easily pleased, and independent (but not antisocial).She’s got the most phenomenal little quirks and endearing idiocencricies and she is just steadfast in her devotion. She’s almost very…cat-like.

    I’ve owned dogs my whole life and she has been, without a doubt, the most easily trained, the most lazy, the most well-mannered dog I’ve ever humaned for. She just kind of has a way of perfectly fitting into the lives of everyone she’s around.

    That said, if you ever come across a jackweiller in your search for a canine companion – I highly recommend you give the mix a chance.

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