Designer dogs are hybrid canines that were bred from two pure breeds, both of whom tend to be very popular in their own right, in an effort to create a dog that possesses the best traits of both the parent breeds. Brottweilers are hybrid dogs that resulted from breeding Brussels Griffons with Rottweilers. As a result of their unique parentage, Brottweilers possess the same agility and strength associated with Rottweilers while also being as friendly and personable as Brussels Griffons. As with all designer dogs, the appearance of a Brottweiler can vary drastically between members of this hybrid mix - a Brottweiler's physical attributes largely depend on which of their parent breeds they favor more.
Brottweilers can make great pets for both first time pet parents and long time canine caretakers due to their friendly attitudes and willingness to learn new things. Brottweilers are also fairly easy to train, meaning that this particular breed of dog will really be able to reap the benefits of obedience training. We'd only advise against a person adopting a Brottweiler if they're unable to commit to a somewhat active lifestyle - at least while one of these dogs is in their prime; Brottweilers aren't the most energetic dogs out there, but they do need their exercise on a regular and consistent basis. The activities we've discussed throughout this guide can help in that regard, if performed regularly.