List of Popular Rottweiler Mixes

Rottweiler mixes mostly have the strength, stamina, and fearless expression of the Rotties, combined with some of the personality traits of their other purebred parent. The crosses typically exhibit an inherent instinct to protect their people, making excellent guard dogs. Aside from being a companionable guardian, these designer dogs may have exceptional working abilities, always looking out for a job to perform.

Rottweiler Mixes

Pitweiler

1. Pitweiler (American Pit Bull Terrier X Rottweiler)

A highly intelligent and robust Rottweiler mix, the Pitweiler is suited for those experienced with handling large dogs.

Shepweiler

2. Shepweiler (German Shepherd X Rottweiler)

It is a versatile working dog that excels at anything it is trained to do, including search and rescue, herding, police service, and guidance or assistance work.

3. Labrottie (Labrador Retriever X Rottweiler)

Known to have a territorial instinct, the Labrottie is suspicious of strangers and does not get along with unfamiliar pets.

Rottsky

4. Rottsky (Rottweiler X Siberian Husky)

It is a loyal, dependable, and athletic dog that can make excellent exercise companion.

5. Rotterman (Rottweiler X Doberman Pinscher)

Its herding ancestry might trigger its chasing and nipping instinct, which can be curbed by proper redirection training.

Boxweiler

6. Boxweiler (Boxer X Rottweiler)

A large designer dog, the Boxweiler has an intimidating appearance and does an excellent job as a watchdog.

7. Rottle (Rottweiler X Poodle)

It has a playful, affectionate, and peaceful personality, making an adorable companion for adults and children.

Golden Rottie Retriever

8. Golden Rottie Retriever (Golden Retriever X Rottweiler)

The Golden Rottie makes a delightful addition to any family because of its sweet, loyal, and pleasing nature.

9. Reagle (Rottweiler X Beagle)

Extremely dedicated towards its people, the Reagle is a hound with a keen sense of smell and may chase small animals.

10. English Mastweiler (English Mastiff X Rottweiler)

An excellent guard dog, the English Mastweiler is wary of strangers and barks loudly at the sight of an intruder.

Weiler Dane

11. Weiler Dane (Rottweiler X Great Dane)

Its stubbornness, along with independent mind can be a challenge for an inexperienced owner.

American Bullweiler

12. American Bullweiler (American Bulldog X Rottweiler)

Characterized by a sturdy body, the American Bullweiler is smart, observant, and full of energy, needing lots of activity regularly.

Rotticorso

13. Rotticorso (Rottweiler X Cane Corso)

Although loyal, affectionate, and protective, the Rotticorso can be strong-willed, and it needs firm, consistent, and patient training.

Rottie Chow

14. Rottie Chow (Rottweiler X Chow Chow)

The Rottweiler Chow Chow mix may not display all-around friendliness and is not suited to live in apartments.

Bull Mastweiler

15. Bull Mastweiler (Bullmastiff X Rottweiler)

Being a large, powerful cross, its interactions with small children and animals should be supervised.

Dachsweiler

16. Dachsweiler (Dachshund X Rottweiler)

It inherits the color combination alongside the devotion, intelligence, and spirited nature from its Rottie parent.

Rott Pei

17. Rott Pei (Rottweiler X Shar Pei)

The Rott Pei is an incredibly loyal, gentle, and affectionate companion that responds well to training.

Rottie Basset

18. Rottie Basset (Rottweiler X Basset Hound)

It is a calm, gentle, and devoted family pet that has an extraordinary sense of smell.

Bernese Rottie

19. Bernese Rottie (Bernese Mountain Dog X Rottweiler)

Also called the Bernweiler, it thrives on human companionship and gets along well with other pets.

Rottmatian

20. Rottmatian (Rottweiler X Dalmatian)

It enjoys spending time with its people and makes a good family pet.

Aside from the popular Rottweiler mixes listed above, the Rottie is crossed with several purebred dogs, including the Chihuahua, Australian Shepherd, Welsh Corgi, Border Collie, Blue Heeler, Pug, Akita, Great Pyrenees, Pomeranian, Saint Bernard, Bloodhound, Black and Tan Coonhound, Catahoula Leopard Dog, English Bulldog, and Newfoundland Dog.

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