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American Pitbull Terrier VS German Rottweiler!

Posted on 27. Jul, 2011 by Stan in Breed Battles

It’s tournament time and what better way to explode out the gates then with a tremendous breed battle between two Titans!  The first battle in round one will be between the American Pitbull Terrier VS  German Rottweiler.  Both breeds have gained huge popularity on a Global scale and we know this is going to be a battle to remember.  We want to hear your thoughts and opinions on both breeds and the breed with the most comments and votes will win and move on to the second round.  When you leave a comment or vote you will automatically be entered to win a FREE 90 Serving container of Formula MASS Weight Gainer (Coupon Code: MVPK9 for 20% Off ) brought to by MVP K9 Supplements.  Let the battle begin!!

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73 Responses to “American Pitbull Terrier VS German Rottweiler!”

  1. Dale

    27. Jul, 2011

    I pick apt just due to endurance and heart(determination)!

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  2. Tyson

    27. Jul, 2011

    It comes down to bite force which the Rott (325)lbs has over the Pitt. But also the Pitt has the lockjaw ability which the Rott does not have. I say its a draw….

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    • Name (required)

      27. Jul, 2011

      Pitts do not have lock jaw. That is a myth.. they do lock on. But they can also let go. They just don’t want to. That’s the kind of regal hard headed animal he is. Without question the pit, or am staff is the better dog…

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    • Pitty-Owner

      24. Apr, 2012

      They don’t have lockjaw lmao. Do your research dummy.

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    • Larry

      24. Nov, 2012

      This is a myth. No dog has locking jaws

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    • Cody

      07. Dec, 2012

      … some people are so dumb, No dog has a locking jaw, if they did that would alter their genetic ability and therefor their species, they wouldn’t be considered dogs anymore.

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    • pitbull lover

      14. Feb, 2013

      what locking jaw are we talking about? there is no such thing like that in any dogs. this shows how less ppl know about pit bull. its been documented that its really hard to get two pitbulls fighting in a real fight. yet ppl think they were born to fight. shame on you all

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  3. Blue

    27. Jul, 2011

    You can only say that the apbt is the most physically spectacular of them all, along with they’re people pleasing manner they top the list for me!

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  4. Burtoni

    27. Jul, 2011

    Pit BUll

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  5. Lukrisha

    27. Jul, 2011

    Rottweiler for sure!! They are so beautiful and powerful. Loyal until the end!

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  6. Demetrio Amador

    27. Jul, 2011

    American pitbull terrier will haave to take it in my book,
    best breed in the world!!!

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  7. john hulsey

    27. Jul, 2011

    The American Pittbull Terrier is an impressive speciman of intimidation and muscle. What they lack that the German Rottweilerscan offer is the total package. The Rottweiler while itself is impressive offers grace, movement, agility, working ability (backed with titles…i.e., Schutzhund), and beauty that no other breed can offer in my opion. The Pittbull Terrier has many breeds that are comparable in looks such as bullies and american bulldogs. A Rottweiler will never be mistaking for any other breed. Let’s not forget that the Rottweiler is still regarded as one of the smartest breed of dogs. For these reasons the Rottweiler wins hands down as a more complete dog.

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    • Cody

      07. Dec, 2012

      First off, pit bulls have and do perform well in competitions such as Shutzhund, Secondly. Pitbulls also have all of those things, there were bred to work, You also say that rot ties do not resemble any other dog although they are comparable to the doberman pinscher. Lots of people have misinterpreted the pibull terrier with the “bullies” that people now breed that weigh 100+ lbs, these are not purebred dogs, they have to have been mixed to gain that genetic size, real pit bull terriers that are bred for their original purpose are amazing, the only thing that bugs me is that it’s an unfair fight. its like in boxing, you wouldn’t put a featherweight against a heavyweight, sheer size is an advantage to the rottie, but that’s not everything.

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  8. Stan

    27. Jul, 2011

    Dale, that is definetly one thing I love about the APBT!

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  9. Stan

    27. Jul, 2011

    Tyson, do you own either breeds?

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    • Name (required)

      27. Jul, 2011

      Yes I have had 4 rotties and 2 pitts in my life. Right now i have one pitt…..

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  10. Stan

    27. Jul, 2011

    Blue, that’s a great point!

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  11. Stan

    27. Jul, 2011

    Lukrisha, valid point as well. Got to love them Rotts!

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  12. Stan

    27. Jul, 2011

    Demetrio, the APBT is definetly a very special breed!

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  13. Stan

    27. Jul, 2011

    John, that is an awesom opinion. You make some great points. Do you ever think if other dog sports that APBT could compete in that can help them earn titles would give you a change of heart?

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    • john hulsey

      29. Jul, 2011

      I think with proper training the APBT can get titled. My experience with training both breed is that the discipline is harder to train into the APBT than the Rottweiler. What I love about both breeds is their willingness to protect there family. However, on comand I want my dog to bite, release, and hold when I say the comand….once like my Rottweilers. My experience in proctection training is if you want a serious dog who is disciplined for protection buy a Rottweiler or German Shepard not an APBT.

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  14. Maria Kauffman

    27. Jul, 2011

    As someone who trains rottweilers & owns the breed, I have to say the Rottweiler will win, because.
    1 – Better biting force.
    2 – Speed & Grace & endurance
    3 – In case you people reading this, pitbulls do not actually have lock jaw, know your breed.
    4 – this is not a dog fight, I think both breeds are equal on many levels, but I have to go with Rottweiler.
    May the best dog win, good luck to both.

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  15. Ramon

    27. Jul, 2011

    The Rottie has our vote – hands down!

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  16. leighda

    27. Jul, 2011

    I have owned both dogs. By far the pit is the better breed without question.. very loyal, loving, protective, and happy dog when it is treated and raised right. Not by stupid people who feed them gun powder ect.
    I have spent countless hours working with both animals in shelters and in finding them homes. Both are always untrusted around unknown children. But the pit has been proven over and over to be the one who has the staying power. Rotts are good dogs.. don’t get me wrong.. they can be wonderful for a family or single owner but they usually only really belong to one person..and they tend to treat others like siblings and that can be dangerous.
    I have a pit now who lives with me and my family. He is now 12 years old, has always been treated with love. And I honestly have never had a finer friend.
    Both dogs have good points. Both are nice looking.. but there is nothing better than a beautiful, fit, loving pit who smiles at me teeth and all when I come home…

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  17. Lynette

    27. Jul, 2011

    ROTTS FOR SURE, I HAVE OWNED BOTH AND LOVE BOTH BREEDS BUT I REALLY LIKE THE VERSATILITY OF THE ROTTS. I ALSO ENJOY MEETING UP WITH OTHER DOGS AND OWNERS FOR A GET TOGETHER, WHICH I FOUND DIFFICULT WITH MY PITS.

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  18. Nancy

    27. Jul, 2011

    The Rottie for sure!

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  19. Quemongus

    27. Jul, 2011

    When raised right a pit can and will do anything you train it to do. Plus lbs for lbs pits pack more of a punch then any 125 lbs rotty.

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    • John Hulsey

      29. Jul, 2011

      Tell me that after you put on a sleeve and take a bite. I do protection training with both breeds and both excel. The difference I find is the level of discipline you can train into a Rottweiler comparied to a APBT. Let me tell you one thing, when I take a bite from a male Rottweiler, my balance better be there and I best had the heavy sleeve on, with the APBT, I have never been knock down or had to use the heavy sleeve. I have been bruised by the power of the Rottweiler bite through the slee

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  20. Christie

    27. Jul, 2011

    Rottie…..one of the most magnificent and loyal breeds!!

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  21. David

    27. Jul, 2011

    The APT, They won’t back down and will go to the end! There lower center of gravity and off the launch power stronger neck, and lockdown jaw power.

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  22. Stan

    27. Jul, 2011

    Maria, you are correct this is not a dog fight and you are making some excellent points!

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  23. Stan

    27. Jul, 2011

    Leighda, expercience can make a difference in opinions and we appriciate all your detication to recues!

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  24. Stan

    27. Jul, 2011

    Lynnette, that is very true..due to the APBT reputation it is hard to hang out with other dog owners..Takes alot of responibilty to own one.

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  25. Stan

    27. Jul, 2011

    Ramon & Nancy, thanks for you vote!

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  26. Stan

    27. Jul, 2011

    Quemongus, you may be correct about that. I’ll be sure to address that tonight on the show!

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  27. Stan

    27. Jul, 2011

    Christie, thank you for your vote!

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  28. Stan

    27. Jul, 2011

    David, so is that what you like most about the breed?

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  29. Ekard 1

    27. Jul, 2011

    For working purpose it depends If u need something really big and can move like the Rott.
    A really good pit can do anything, and all in a small package.

    For curb intimidation a nasty Rott is as scary as they come

    But as all things dog the Breed Battle will always be won by the best dog that day.

    A good dog is where you find him, someone once said.

    I will take the Rott because the two game bred pits I had, pissed on themselves over and over til i gave them back to the very reputable breeder with a very good rep. on the other hand, my sisters Red Nose was one of the best dogs I ever saw.

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  30. Sarah Kay

    27. Jul, 2011

    APBT for sure. im a vet tech that works with both breeds on the daily. for personality, strength, inteligience and looks i believe fullly that the APBT has the rottie beat. There is something i dont fully trust about the way a rottie looks at you, atleast a pitbull theres a 99% chance you know what they’re thinking. haha

    GO APBT<3

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  31. Antonio, AR

    27. Jul, 2011

    Both breeds are fantastic I’ve personally owned both. But as far as the total package, this belongs to the APBT. Comparing these breeds are like comparing apples to oranges, both have their purposes but those breed specific purposes are polar opposite. The APBT has a distinct drive advantage that the Rotti doesn’t have. I’ve never saw a Rotti that could do much in extreme heat conditions whereas most of the APBTs I’ve owned had the versatility to be dependable in both hot and cold climates and for this reason I’m going w/ the APBT as the winner of this breed battle.

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  32. David

    27. Jul, 2011

    No, I raise American Bullies. The number one factor that impresses me most is the temperament of that breed. As a father to two young kids they are the perfect family companion, guardian and a definate family member. My grandfather raised and trained Rotts and Dobers’. I’ve seen and been around all three breeds my whole life. I have seen the good and bad side in these breeds… The athleticism and agression of them as well. My pick Is still the APT! No doubt about it.

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  33. Arnaldo

    27. Jul, 2011

    the APBT has my vote

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  34. Stan

    27. Jul, 2011

    David, isnt’ there a big difference between the American Bullies compared to a true APBT?

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  35. Stan

    27. Jul, 2011

    Antonio, you have some great points..I see you have a Dobe in your photo..Is that what you own?

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    • Antonio, AR

      27. Jul, 2011

      Stan, yes, I currently own a Doberman. And I’m fairly impressed w/ their athletic ability. They make up what the Rotti lacks in speed and agility, but lack what the Rotti has in size category. And when you see Dobermans weighing in the 100lb range generally the dog will lack sufficient stamina, so you’d be better serve w/ a nicely bred Rotti at that point. But overall the Dobie is a (B-).. fairly versatile, nice breed.

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  36. Stan

    27. Jul, 2011

    Arnaldo, thanks for your vote!

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  37. Stan

    27. Jul, 2011

    Sarah, thanks for sharing your expercience..Some people would say the opposite, and it’s good to see you do not stereotype the breed.

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  38. Linda

    27. Jul, 2011

    This is a battle for the books! Great opinions on behalf of both of the breeds. Let’s keep this blog going. There is so much more to both breeds and they deserve their recognition!! If I must vote, my vote goes to the German Rottweiler! A true athlete and an extremely loyal breed. My props go to the APBT for surpassing the bad reputation and making their own way in the legitimate canine communities.

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  39. Caly

    27. Jul, 2011

    I vote Rottweiler,,I currently have one.

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  40. Lynette

    27. Jul, 2011

    So to be quite honest I have never had one of my Rotts be aggressive towards people and they love kids but if you take 10 poorly bred Rotts and 10 poorly bred pits I would choose a pit to hang out with my kids. In the other hand if you take 10 well bred Rotts and 10 well bred pits I wouldn’t hesitate to let my kids as well as my other dogs play with the Rotts but I still have reservations with pits and other dogs. I have socialized my pits to death and still have problems with them socializing with other animals.

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  41. Tara

    27. Jul, 2011

    Rottweiler

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  42. Benas

    27. Jul, 2011

    mmmm….tats hella bad battle rite there….but i have to go with the APT which i love the determination n the strenght..
    never give up n sense of orientation n capability out of norme…… go APT

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  43. Ben

    27. Jul, 2011

    These two dogs are not even in the same league.First and for most lets touch on Health.The true APBT is not plauged with hip, joint, or any number of the countless problems the Roti has.Secondly they are the supreme canine athletes of the dog world.They are a complete package Strength,speed, endurance,tenacity, loyalty and courage.The soundness of the dog is unsurpassed, it is the soundness of the dog that should be the first indecator.The general willingness to please it’s master is without question.The drive, courage, and fight are unubtainable by almost any other dog breed.The only big negative is trying to get them to turn this into outward agression towards people.I could go on and on,but the truth is the truth.We in America have created one of the greatest dog to ever breath.I have worked with both so I do have experiance on the subject.Heck The AMERICAn pit bull terrier was the first dog in to win the congresional metal of honor.Enough said.

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  44. matt

    28. Jul, 2011

    both beautifull strong breeds.. rotty is a def favorite but after owning a pit i have to say if raised correctly is the most loving intellegent balance of guardian meets family’s best friend.. slight edge to pit on personality

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  45. Ekard1

    28. Jul, 2011

    If someone would give me the choice of a 85 pound working pibull that’s a hi level working, socialized pit bull OR a the same credentialed Rott at 85 pounds….. Give me the pit.

    But if we are talking just to pick from a litter of pit bulls that might get up to 60 pounds that are not a already proven workin dog….. Give me the Rott

    I have an affinity for larger dogs But not giant dogs

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  46. Mario

    29. Jul, 2011

    I enjoyed reading your posts. I have a dog that mimics the siren of an ambulance when it hears one, she tikles me everytime.

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  47. kenny

    02. Aug, 2011

    Wow big battle I like the rottweiler but in the past couple of years I seen some amazing pit bulls Idk I l go with the rotts

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  48. Dj

    02. Aug, 2011

    i have to say apbt. they come in all colors and sizes… although rotties are extremely powerful amd strong.

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  49. Stan

    03. Aug, 2011

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  50. Bianca Stewart

    05. Aug, 2011

    The rottweiler Is a superlative breed of dog with noble presence and atheletic ability”, so i go with the rottweiler.

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  51. Zavier

    19. Aug, 2011

    APBT most definitely

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  52. Brody

    15. Jan, 2012

    My vote may be bias but for overall working ability the rottweiler is the obvious choice. APBT are phenominaly athletic dogs but lack the intelligence and calmness of a GERMAN ROTTWEILER. Remember, we’re talking ADRK warden approved breeding, not NA “german bloodline” dogs. I have owned both and trust me, a dog imported from a top kennel in Germany is a dog that the APBT does not compare to. My last two males have malinois drive, amazing courage, and the playfullness of puppies when they arent working. I can do protection for an hour with them and go right to the neighbours after and have them play with thier 3 kids without a worry in the world. The total package that no APBT will ever compare to.

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  53. zack

    18. May, 2012

    hi all ,
    ive just read the top three comments and im compelled to comment myself, first of all it looks a an american forum and unfortunately Americans are known to be ignorant everywhere in the world apart from the usa . abpt can not be compared in any way to rottweilers as abpt is not an internationally recognized breed and it does not have a definite breed standard. anybody interested in understanding dogs conformation wise should seriously consider googling adrk …
    the worst thing internet has brought is that it allows idiots to comment on things which they do not understand.

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  54. JJ

    02. Jun, 2012

    Hello all < this is earth size matters if you live in an apartment get a pit if you have a home and want a true man stopper get the rottweiler. Out the factory rotts protect , out the factory the pit is the little dog that will kill your neighbors shit zu. But need training to protect the house and one pit wont stop an angry man, one rottweiler can. No one is allowed to touch, or go near me when i have my rotty , too many pits are very friendly, and DO NOT MAKE GOOD PROTECTION DOGS. If you wanna look tough and get into scuffles get a pit, if you want people to cross to the other side of the street get a rottweiler. TO be honest people say oh i got a 90 pound pitbull, have you ever seen a rotty weight 135lb , ? I havent they always bigger than that. up to 195 lbs. My rotty bullys and shakes most pits at the dog park i think they hate me cause my rotty destroys their supposed gladiators, on the regular and no hes no pick of the litter just another average rottweiler. AKitas also make quick work of the pitbulls.

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  55. micheal wesson

    03. Jul, 2012

    a rottweiler will eat the pitbull in 2 and a half second hands down,the rottweiler is twice a pitbulls size and its jaw power is 328 punds and the pitbull 253 pounds and the pit gets hertt easy so if a rottweiler bites the pit the pit is gnna start running for dear life and for all you morons that think pit have lock jaw well they dont its been proven and rotweiler are very fast they just lack stamina but who needs staminaa if you could destroy any other dog in less than 5mins its not even fair match and this question is like saying my 50 pound pound baby can beet up your 95 pound son

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  56. Victor

    19. Jul, 2012

    Haha, just have to quote this one, JJ:
    – Out the factory rotts protect , out the factory the pit is the little dog that will kill your neighbors shit zu.

    I love pits, my friend has one and he’s adorable. Sweetest dog ever. Exactly the reason i can’t work with this dog as a police dog. He wants to take anything and whatever between its teeth, but not on command.
    Thats the amazing thing about Rots, you can teach them anything!
    As smart as the APBT is, they lack the obedient factor compared to the Rottweiler, no one who knows about dogs will disagree on this matter.
    Both dogs are wonderful, powerful, beautiful and thrustworthy, but if it comes to obedience, Rotties win by miles.

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  57. Gabriel

    13. Aug, 2012

    I vote pit bull but both are very good breed

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  58. Rosie

    18. Aug, 2012

    Rottie!

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  59. joe salama

    07. Sep, 2012

    rottweiler !!!!! loyal , smart , defensive , easy to train !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  60. smokey

    23. Oct, 2012

    Pit bull!

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  61. Chelsea

    07. Nov, 2012

    Great question. I haven’t personally owned a rotten but growing up my uncle always had them. When I first met his huge male “Mac” I was terrified but he turned out to be a giant teddy bear and for entire two weeks when I stayed with my uncle as a child, he was my very best friend. I love the size of the Rottie, and they make excellent guard dogs. However, I currently own two pit bulls and I wouldn’t trade them for the world. They are the sweetest goofballs you will ever met. Very stubborn when it comes to training, they know the commands but if they don’t want to listen they won’t, I have to tell them over and over. Im undecided, both are such great dogs.

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  62. Larry

    24. Nov, 2012

    I have worked with, trained, and raised many Rotties and Pits. Out of all of the common breeds, a well bred Rotty is over a Pit every time. I love pit bulls very much, but the whole wanna be gangsta thing destroys the breed

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