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Rottweiler VS American Bulldog!

Posted on 23. Mar, 2011 by Stan in Breed Battles

This week’s battle is between two powerful breeds the Rottweiler and American Bulldog.  Both breeds are known for their work ability as many of them are used for personal protection canines and other field sports such as weight pulling and Schutzhund.  These two breeds have to be on the top of my list of favorites and I look forward to hearing what your opinions are on both!  Remember to leave a comment for your chance to win a FREE 90 serving container of our Formula MASS Muscle Builder.  When it comes to a muscle building and performance dog supplement that delivers results this is it!

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54 Responses to “Rottweiler VS American Bulldog!”

  1. candace

    23. Mar, 2011

    i would NEVER be able to decide between the 2 breeds…they are both AMAZING!!!!

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  2. Gwen Haynes

    23. Mar, 2011

    I am an avid Rottweiler enthusiast so my heart goes with the Rottweiler for the Battle of the Breeds but I have to say, the American Bulldog is a breed I would also love to own as well. I do every performance event imaginable with my Rottweiler as well as show my Rottweiler in both traditional Sieger show venues as well as CKC/AKC show venues.

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    • Stan

      23. Mar, 2011

      Gwen, you are a true dog lover..if everyone would be as involved with their dogs as you are this world would be a much better place for canines!

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  3. Joe

    23. Mar, 2011

    Bulldog’s got this one wrapped up!!

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  4. Mack

    23. Mar, 2011

    Rotti #1 over and out

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  5. Pam Key

    23. Mar, 2011

    You can’t Bulldog a Bulldog!! But a Rottweiler might just be a little “weiler” longer……

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  6. zory

    23. Mar, 2011

    American Bulldod #1

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  7. mandy

    23. Mar, 2011

    Abd is by far my fav breed… rotties are my third. Abds in my experience have been more than just a working breed… the best companion and family pet to me.

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  8. anna yoders

    23. Mar, 2011

    hhhmmm for american bulldog

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  9. Roxanne

    23. Mar, 2011

    Rottie all the way baby! Rottweilers are intelligent, noble, LOYAL AND a diversified working dog: HERDING, CARTING, TRACKING, SEARCH AND RESCUE, PROTECTION, OBEDIENCE, AGILITY, weight pulling, THERAPY, LOVES WATER, CHILDREN…NEED I SAY MORE…sounds like a Golden Retriever…….BETTER! (at least mine are)!

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    • Stan

      23. Mar, 2011

      Roxanne, way to get in depth!..lol

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    • Pam Key

      23. Mar, 2011

      Well Roxanne, I have seen ABD’s have titles in all these venues as well!!
      I will not drop kennel names as they cannot jump on here and back their dogs.
      However, those dogs work at airports and do drug work and work for our local sherrif dept in CA and then when the retire do weight pull and agility.
      So that is pretty all around to me!!

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  10. Johnny

    23. Mar, 2011

    well I don’t agree the Rottweiler are a very smart and loyal breed. They will give their own live before their masters.

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  11. Carol

    23. Mar, 2011

    ABD for sure. My bulldog lives with a houseful of Rat Terriers, and loves on the puppies. But he can also do great in weight pull. I haven’t met a Rott that I wouls trust enough with my little ones!

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  12. Steve

    23. Mar, 2011

    I would have to go with the Rottweiler not because i’m partial or prefferential. I have been around both breeds and can honestly say that the Rottweiler has the loyalty and temperment to go with the looks. In my experience with ABD’s they go along ways in terms of work and heart. A rottweiler however will go and go and go and go some more when there is nothing left to go on. I have worked both dogs and find that an ABD’s heart is there but not for the long haul. Both dogs in my opinion are GREAT in terms of companionship, show and work, but the Rott has the want and desire to stick his neck out just that much more.

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  13. Lisa

    23. Mar, 2011

    Rottweilers! The only breed that matters.

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  14. Alessandro

    23. Mar, 2011

    The American Bulldog is the best, is the number one!!

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  15. Shannon

    23. Mar, 2011

    I love the Rottie, I had one before my AB’s, But Got to go with the American Bulldog. We have 6 American Bulldogs. Great family pets and great working dogs.

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  16. canecorsonr1

    23. Mar, 2011

    I love rottweilers and american bulldogs but for me,cane corso’s are THE BEST

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  17. Ruth

    23. Mar, 2011

    I love and have been owned by dogs of both breeds. As companions they are both great breeds. Both are beautiful dogs. I just like the fact that the bulldog comes in a variety of colors and markings, thats a plus in my book…

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  18. Vernon Jones II

    23. Mar, 2011

    The Rottweiler Breed is by far the dominant breed in this particular case. Animal Planet ranks the breed #9 in intelligence, where as the American Bulldog can’t be found. When you talk Rottweiler first and foremost you have to Keep in mind Pedigree. The American Rottweiler and the German Rottweiler is two different animals. The American is Watered down (Hip issues, Poor Temperment, etc.) being the German Rottweiler is bred for Excellence (High Drive, Excellent Temperment, Intelligence, etc.) Need I Say more……………..

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  19. Jeremy

    23. Mar, 2011

    I have owned both german rottie and american bully. Both intelligent animals but the american bully will never quit.

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  20. Mike Francis

    23. Mar, 2011

    Ive had both and certainly you cant go wrong with either breed. They both have the visual deterant,agility and capability for taking a man down…..its a toss up however I love my Bulldogs and I know they will defend my life and the lives of loved ones…..Bulldogs it is!!!!

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  21. Linda

    23. Mar, 2011

    This is going to be one for the books!!! Both breeds have a tremendous following and many breeders are passionate about their beloved canines. This battle will be intense without a doubt!

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  22. leslie

    23. Mar, 2011

    I have had both. My Rottie was brilliant if a door was closed he would open it by turning the knob with his mouth. My bulldog had a little attitude problem extremely dominate. Huge. I had them both together and at times it wasn’t pretty

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  23. ekard 1

    23. Mar, 2011

    Ilovem both!

    I have seen the rotts that have that very intimitating stare and rspy growl / bark. and will back it up.

    I have seen the AB who dont care about flip …except destroying the bad guy

    the rott has got the intimitation market cornered and the AB has got the dont quit for nothing side on lock

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  24. Michelle

    24. Mar, 2011

    An AB all the way Loyal, loving always willing to do what is asked of them always willing to please, and will never give up unless told or has finished whats been started. Fab with kids can be the sweetest most docile dog ever but will back it up when needed would lay down there life for you, Intelligent, just a fantastic all round dog I would never own any other breed. If its not an American bulldog its just a dog.

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  25. Robin

    24. Mar, 2011

    For me it’s obvious that the American Bulldog is the winner. I grew up with Rottweilers so I have great experience with both of them. Rottweiler is clearly a top five dog that breaks the most but AB is well above the Rottweiler in my opinion.
    So my vote goes to the American bulldog!!

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  26. chuck

    24. Mar, 2011

    Lots of Bullfrog cheerleaders, so how many of you are involved in Schutzhund? I never see any, but then again, I’m just pure Rott’n.

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  27. Bill

    24. Mar, 2011

    Ive owned both breeds they are in alot of ways so close the rottie is a more consistent breed and has great retention much more than the bull dogs you can train sit to a rottie not work him in two months bring him out and he will still sit the bull dog will act like he never heard the comand even with a bh title a psa title you leave him alone for awhile and the stooge forgets everything.

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  28. Domingo

    24. Mar, 2011

    I have been to many pulls and have seen both breeds in action. The american Bulldog is the hardest working breed out of the both. So I vote for the AB evan if the Rott is so very cool.

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  29. Derrick

    26. Mar, 2011

    I like your battle, but I think when it comes to working ability, the Rottweiler will win hands down. Both are extremely powerful and amazing dogs however the American Bulldogs, but genetics have the short nose that causes respiratory issue…s when long term work comes into play. American bulldogs have a much better chance of becoming a heat casualty in real world scenarios where the criminal doesn’t give up and turn around in 40 to 50 meters to accept the bite. If overheating becomes an issue with a Rott, a water hose will solve your issue because its body won’t be starving for air with a nose to short to supply.

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  30. Brett

    18. Apr, 2011

    Even though I have not owned a Rottweiler before, I have to admit they are an all around good breed; BUT the same thing can be said about the American Bulldog. I have an American Bulldog and I love this breed! Now I’m not going to pick which breed is best because to me, they both equally match, from working to companions to protectors. To me, dogs are like people… they have their own personality and characters. In conclusion I say its a TIE. Both are great breeds but it all depends on what their personality will be like. You can have a rott and ab that are energetic and wanting to be active, but you can some in both breeds that just want relax and be mellow.

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  31. Susana Tamayo

    06. Jun, 2011

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  32. bigironmike

    30. Jan, 2012

    I think its a tie………..both dogs can do what the other can……….too close to call for me on this one.

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  33. matt

    12. May, 2012

    Im a rottweiler die hard and work and train protection and sport dogs and have to say, there is no comparison. An american bulldog is MUCH stronger physically and usually will have more fight and last longer then a rotti. there are some rottis that will go for a long time and have that “game” kind of drive to themand still have aggression, but there few and far in between and usually cost big $$$. ambulls on the other hand from a good breeder, cost a fraction and usually do better work. and like I said physcially ambulls are much much stronger

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  34. Tessa

    28. May, 2012

    I think most have made great, insightful comments, based on dogs of each breed that they have known. each dog is an indivudual.
    I am sure there are some rotties that win over the ABD and some ABD that win over the Rottie.
    Both are great breeds and so similar. I have only had Rotties because i love the breed so much but I do admire the AB. This being said I have had 2 rottweilers and both showed the same great qualities but with very different personalities. I am sure this same rule applies to the ABD. along with enviroment, owners, and so on and on..
    But I do think if you buy a large dog, one must be a responsible owner. Both breeds are so similar,, they both need the same thing, love, TRAINING, and a firm owner.

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  35. RonRon

    17. Aug, 2012

    I grew up with a rottweiler and I’m pretty surfeit was the German one. I didn’t care what it was at the time but it had to be put down because it mauled a pitbull to death because it was a stray trying to attack me and my aunt. He was only 1 year 7 months but miss the loyal guardian. Now me and my girl have a 10 month old Johnson’s ambull who acts almost exactly the same and slightly more athletic but these two breeds by far are my favorite. They’re both strong, athletic, fast, and extremely sturdy!

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  36. Pat

    16. Sep, 2012

    I have had both and must say, get an American bulldog. It’s everything a Rottie is and then some! Enough said!

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  37. Pat

    16. Sep, 2012

    RonRon, why was the rottie put down? The dog was a stray so no owners could sue and aside from that a court should see that as a pet protecting its family which is legal.

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    • Tina

      13. Dec, 2012

      You could do any number of tnihgs. Like hold a dog when trying to teach a recall (come when called). You may hold a dog while the owner cleans up any messes that the dog makes. You will probably assist in training the dog whatever you may be working on.

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  38. jeff

    27. Sep, 2012

    Well i guess in this case i have the best of both worlds. My dog is ABD mixed with Rotti. He is quite a specimen with his huge Rotti head and powerfull bulldog body. Many people mistake him for a huge pittbull and i have received tons of offers to breed him. The only let down with him is that i cant take him to the dog park anymore because he is super aggresive towards other male dogs. A real BEAST

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  39. ahad shah

    30. Sep, 2012

    bull dog is best dog in the word ever
    :)

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  40. wayne sblano

    04. Oct, 2012

    Can a Rotweiller take down an 1800 pound brama bull?I think not, an american bulldog can….that speaks for itself….And a american bulldog will destroy a Rotweiller in a dog fight….
    That says it all…..And the rotweiller has weak bones due to over breeding as said on animal planet

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    • Eternal

      25. Oct, 2012

      well neither dog were bred for dog fighting so ur a moron but a real pitbull from pure lines not those crappy american bullies that look like tarded pigs would whip em both hands down .

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  41. Eternal.E

    25. Oct, 2012

    American bulldogs def but i prefer THE PRESA CANARIO the dog of dogs!!!!!

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  42. Phil

    13. Nov, 2012

    I’ve been a Staffordshire bull terrier man all my life I’m 47 and had them before became popular . Great with kids and to be fair would die for you if you we’re attracted by another animal but the trouble with them they would go of with anybody and still be happy , i was introduced to the ABD as I was looking for a guard dog to look after the family as we moved to the countrey side she is 12 months old and I didn’t realise a dog could be so strong I was assured by the breeder she will naturally guard the family and does not need to be trained to .i must say she is daft as a bush so human like but you can see as she getting older she is already showing signs of protection to the family I’m must say I don’t think I would have a staffy again after this dog and I was considering a rotty but the ABD is a much better looking dog also easeyer maintance with the coat American bull dog for me !!!

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  43. Etergen

    02. Jan, 2013

    I’m a fan of both but since the AB is proven stronger in weight pulls and have a better variety of colors I’d lean towards the AB , fighting was mentioned earlier which I grew up watching it as a boy in the 60′s-70′s , the AB does VERY very well at it to which the Rotweiler wasn’t even used as its just has no tools at all for that job so that being said here is the list that I’ve watched be king of the rings.

    1. Boerboel
    2. Tosa
    3. American Bulldog ( standard)
    4. APBT.
    The APBT being the smallest and able to whip any of the bigger breeds on a good day makes it the best fighting dog over all.

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  44. Pat

    11. Feb, 2013

    Well Eternal, as a 12year veterinarian, 8year licensed AKC breeder, and 10 time dog show judge, you stuck in traffic are wrong. The rotator was discovered in the town of Rottwiel in the ages of the Roman Empire. They were used by locals like burrows to haul packs. The Romans decided to adopt it as a working supply hauling dog. It was bred for working. The American Bulldog however was breed from European bulldogs in the 19th century. They were bred for bullbaiting, FIGHTING, cattle guard, and game drive dogs. When the American version came on to the scene, they were used the same way until bullbaiting and fighting was banned by England in 1833. Here’s my claim and substantiation, where’s yours? Thought so. By the way, even though I have both, I mostly adore my boxer/American bulldog mix. He’s better than both at ALL types of training and is much more athletic than either. My Rottie can run to my fence and bark, the other two can jump it and chase you down lickety split!

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  45. wayne sblano

    20. May, 2013

    your the one whos a moron, the original american bulldogs from the early years were originally used for dog fighting…many of them as well as pitbulls were used…a matter of fact the american bulldogs early name was american pitbull dog…..the name was changed as the dog was no longer being used for dog fighting….most pitbulls that people get today as pets are no less good in dog fighting than bulldogs…unless you buy one from a dog fighter which is illegal, alot of the fighting gameness is lost…gameness is a genetic trait…american bulldogs retain their gameness do to the fact that wild boar hunting is legal and they can be tested in that way…

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