|Barked: Sun Oct 23, '11 8:44pm PST |
|From my understanding, you can't get a long haired Rottweiler unless you cross it with something else and even then it's a 50/50 chance and it might not come out how you hoped anyway.
A double coat on the other hand, I have seen on quite a few Rottweilers. It's a soft, thick coat, rather than the coarse, shorter coat that many sport. My Maya had the double coat, so her fur appeared slightly longer than a lot of the Rotties around here.
I honestly couldn't see it affecting temperament much. It definitely didn't do anything different for Maya's temperament, so much as her socialization and training and abuse before I got her.
I've got two Rottweilers in my family right now, had Maya before that and have worked with them all my life, as well as Beagles, so if you have any questions, feel free to hit me up. ^^;
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