Breed

Rottweiler


AKC Grouping
Working Group
Temperament
  • loyal
  • loving
  • confident guardian

Demeanor
somewhat reserved

Choosing the Best Dog Food for an Overweight Rottweiler

It is important to understand the caloric needs of Rottweilers to make sure they are being provided the right dog food, especially if they are overweight. It may be useful to be become educated on the evolution of Rottweilers. Over time, Rottweilers no longer had to hunt for their food they were given dog food by their owners. If their owners do not feed them a good high quality dog food and let them exercise daily then they are prone to becoming overweight.


Breed

Rottweiler


AKC Grouping
Working Group
Temperment
  • loyal
  • loving
  • confident guardian
Demeanor
somewhat reserved

Rottweilers originated in Germany in the early 1900's were the summers are warm and the winters are cold. Rottweilers were used to guide cattle by farmers. In the beginning the role of Rottweilers was to guide cattle for farmers. Rottweilers are a robust working breed. Rottweilers were the first guide dogs for the blind. Rottweilers are medium to large in size. They are compact and powerful dog and they show great strength and endurance which made them a good fit for the role of guiding cattle among humans.


Energy
active
Grooming
only an occasional bath and brushing
Training
willing to follow
Shedding
occassionally

During the early 1900's, Rottweilers probably ate whatever prey they could hunt or what their owners may have given them to eat such as; table scraps in order to survive. Today, Rottweilers are still known to guide cattle and they make excellent companions. Even though Rottweilers are strong and powerful dogs they are also gentle playmates for older children. Rottweilers emerged as police dogs in the early 20th century. As of now, Rottweilers are still active dogs and require exercise daily. They love to swim and go on walks with their owners. Rottweilers may not have to search out food as often as they did in the past because now their owners are able to feed them a good high quality dog food which provides them with the nutrients their body needs. Rottweilers still need the same amount of food today because they are still known to guide cattle but, they may not require as much if they are a family companion because they are not as active as they are when guiding cattle.


Spot and Tango has fantastic dog food to help keep a Rottweiler in top form. Spot and Tango use just USDA certified and locally sourced beef so you know for sure your Rottweiler can get great dog food. Spot and Tango makes dog food that does not have hormones or preservatives and is just the very best ingredients. Utilizing Spot and Tango dog food for your obese Rottweiler will ensure it just consumes the very best quality food. Spot and Tango use the best carbohydrates to ensure your dog won't have unnecessary fillers in their dog food. Consuming the fruit and carbohydrates in Spot and Tango dog food will assist your Rottweiler maintain optimal weight for them.


An overweight Rottweiler will benefit from a dog food that aids them in getting to and maintaining a healthy weight. Spot and Tango gathers specific information about your overweight Rottweiler such as their weight, activity levels and other physical characteristics, via a quiz, to create a great meal plan for your Rottweiler. Spot and Tango’s dog food contains only fresh, high quality, all natural human grade fruits, vegetables and meat products. All of their products are USDA approved. Spot and Tango’s dog food contain no preservatives, no additives, no fillers, no artificial colors or flavors. They are also gluten, soy, wheat, and grain free. Spot and Tango is a family owned and operated company that strives to provide nothing but the highest quality Rottweiler dog food. Our recipes started as the same recipes that our owners fed their own dogs. These recipes were then adjusted by an expert team of veterinarians, food scientist and animal nutritionist to ensure they are packed with all the vitamins, minerals, and nutrients that your overweight Rottweiler may benefit from as defined by the AFFOC (Association of American Feed Control Officials). This highly nutritious food is delivered right to your front door in biodegradable boxes within just days of it being cooked. Such highly nutritious dog food can help your Rottweiler get to and maintain a healthy weight and help your dog stay mobile longer.