Like their parent breeds, Golden Rotties require a lot of exercise starting from a very young age. If they do not receive enough of it, a Golden Rottweiler mix can become very restless even slightly aggressive.
One of the main problems with a Rottweiler Retriever mix is that both parent breeds have a well known history of hip dysplasia.Another common health issue with Golden Rottweilers is allergies. This is because Golden Retrievers tend to have a lot of food and skin irritant allergies and this can be passed down to their pups.
» Golden Retriever Rottweiler Mix-Appearance
A Golden Rottweiler, in most cases, will have the long coat and stature of a Golden Retriever, yet they will have the black and brown markings of a Rottweiler. They also tend to take most of their facial features from the golden side, though their eyes tend to look more like a Rottweiler’s.
Some Rottweiler Retriever mixes will have shorter hair thanks to their Rottweiler side, but their hair usually is not as short as a pure bred Rottie. Hair length can vary greatly from dog to dog, but it is always obvious that the dog is a mix.
» Golden Retriever and Rottweiler Mix- Overview
» Average estimated lifespan of between 8 – 12 years
» Average estimated weight of between 70 – 90 pounds
» Average height of approximately 24 – 28 inches
»Golden Retriever Rottweiler Mix -Temperament;Golden Rotties tend to be very loyal to their families and they usually love lots of play time. Many Golden Rottweilers also love to go swimming when they are given the chance.Rottweiler side of the puppy tends to cause the dog to guard the family very diligently. However, if they are mistreated or are not trained to respect humans, Golden Rotties can become very aggressive and will bite if they are antagonized.