The Rotterman is a very sturdy dog with a dignified stance. They are powerful and will require a pack leader (that’s you) who is willing and able to give direction. Your dog will respect you if you display a leadership status and one of the best ways to build and show mutual respect is through bonding with one another. Vigorous exercise is an excellent bonding tool. A hill climbing session can prove to be just the right fit for the Rotterman. Strength and stamina are required and your robust Rotterman has plenty! Head for the hills on a cool, sunny day and partake in an exercise session that is low in cost but high in payback.
The caveletti pole is a piece of equipment that is used for fitness with many different species of pet. A horse will jump over a caveletti course in a competition which they highly enjoy. Using the caveletti when working with your dog can provide hours of fun, too. It is an inexpensive, versatile tool that can be used in a game of limbo, or as a way of teaching your pup to jump over a hurdle. Reasonable in price, the poles are typically used with a set of cones with holes in them, allowing for an easy change of height. With a little research, you can find out where to find them and let the games begin! They are suitable for indoor or outdoor play, making them valuable equipment to own.
The Rotterman will be a pawsome companion as long as you keep them well socialized and comfortable around dogs and people of all ages. Provide leadership and love, two very important aspects of a well rounded Rotterman. They love getting out and about but it must be stressed that the Rotterman be used to interacting with other dogs as they can become aggressive if they are uncomfortable or feel threatened.