Rottie-poo and Rottle Guide (Rottweiler Poodle Mix)

A Rottie-poo, also known as the Rottle, Rottiepoo, or Rottweiler Poodle mix, is a dog breed that is a mix between the Rottweiler and the Poodle.

Due to the fact the Rottie-poo is a really friendly pet dog, they are considered easy to train, great with youngsters, as well as enjoyable to be around. We hope you learn something about this upcoming Rottie-poo doodle breed!

The Rottle is one of the larger doodle types and is great for those who want a larger size dog. Larger sized dogs tend to make you feel more protected and make great companions for hikes and outdoor activities.

What is a Rottie-poo dog?

The Mini Rottle size is the smallest size that breeders will make. A mini Rottie-poo will vary in weight from 30 to 45 pounds. Despite being called a “mini” these dogs are still quite big relative to the normal dog size.

Mini Rottle Size

The standard Rottle size is the largest of this canine breed. Generally, standard Rottie-poo’s will be anywhere from 50 to 90 pounds depending on what size Poodle they were bred with.

Standard Rottle Size

A solid black Rottie-poo is the most popular color since the Rottweiler is typically black and brown. When a Rottweiler is bred with a black Poodle, the result is typically a pure black Rottle.

Black Rottie-poo Color

Despite brown being a recessive gene, you will see black and brown Rottie-poo’s. This multi-colored dog usually does cost a little bit more than a solid color, but they are gorgeous looking.

Black and Brown Rottie-Poo Color

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