Staffweiler Breed Appearance
Thanks to the Rottweiler's genes, the Staffweiler has the potential to be a very large dog. At his largest, the male Staffweiler is 120 pounds and 26 inches high; females tend to be slightly smaller and have a significantly more feminine body structure. The head is large and heavy on the standard Staffweiler, with sturdy shoulders and a very athletic build. While not particularly agile, he he is a strong and quick breed. His coat is short and lies close to his body with a tendency to shed seasonally. Although his coloring can vary greatly, the typical color pattern is going to resemble some sort of solid background with accent colors, such as brown or white. The Staffweiler's ears are large and can be in either a folded over position or tall and erect on his head; the eyes complete his impressive appearance with a lovely almond shape and beautiful brown or hazel coloring.