Rottweiler

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Rottweiler

a large, very powerfully built dog with massive, broad head, small pendant ears and short docked tail. The short coat is black with tan markings on the face, chest and legs. The breed is predisposed to osteochondrosis, diabetes mellitus, sesamoiditis, leukoencephalomyelopathy and neuroaxonal dystrophy.
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Mr Davis said Miller - who kept three dogs, including a Rotweiller and a Staffordshire Terrier - had dragged her into a bedroom and when she tried to use her phone he took it off her.
More your snarling rotweiller than your playful Great Dane, that's Mr Bates.
But it turned into a brawl again when father-of-two Pearson let his Rotweiller in, and held a bread knife to his brother-in-law's throat.
Megan the Rotweiller, featured in Pet Watch some weeks ago, has now been offered a home.
Within days, I received a letter from his chief rotweiller, McIlhenny, enclosing a copy of a letter sent to the editor complaining I had invaded his privacy and following the night of the publication of this column, his house had been burglarised as a result.
Of course, a passer-by may not be too inclined to listen to the dog's ear if Fido was a rotweiller, but you get the idea.
I drive a Peugeot estate to accommodate my rotweiller.
Having upset the poodle ages ago and watched brokenhearted as it slunk back to London, it now looks as though we're about to lose the Rotweiller.
Not content with starring in perhaps the worst movie of all time, he goes and picks a fight with rotweiller MEL GIBSON.
The tag belonged to Brignac's first dog, a five-month old Rotweiller puppy that ran away during her freshman year.
When his owners move house, he has to find his way around a whole new neighbourhood ruled by a Rotweiller bully called Bosco (Kiefer Sutherland) in a bid to win the heart of Jezebel (Stacy Ferguson).
A Friday night out is taking your girlfriend yomping up the tips with the rotweiller.