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Rottweiler-St. Bernard Breed Information
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 Rottweiler-St. Bernard - Breed Information
Rottweiler-St. Bernard puppy

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Overview:  The St. Weiler is a mix between the Rottweiler and the St. Bernard. This mix can have the temperament of either breed. Some are better natured than others.
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Weight: 90-200 (Lbs.)
Height: 22-28 (Inches.)
Color(s):  black and brown, white and tan
Coat:  The coat is thick and medium length.
Character:  St. Weilers are confident, intelligent and gentle.
Temperament:  St. Weilers get along with children when they are raised together. Those with the St. Bernard temperament get along well with other dogs. Dogs with the Rottweiler temperament could be aggressive with other dogs.
Care:  The coat needs to be brushed daily and bathed as needed.
Training:  St. Weilers do well with consistent, firm, but gentle training.
Activity:  This breed needs plenty of exercise.
Country of Origin:  Afghanistan
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Life Expectancy:  8-12 (Yrs.)

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