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is there any such thing in purebred rottweilers??

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Barked: Fri Oct 26, '12 4:12pm PST 
i met someone the other day who said her rottweiler was a purebred german,i was cuirous about the white marking on the dogs chest? the owner told me it was what you call a bad mark,& every so many generations you get a dog with it, i had never herd such a thing in rotweilers & was just woundering if anyone else had?? alma roberts rottens mom
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WILLA

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Barked: Mon Dec 3, '12 9:52pm PST 
i do think i read somewhere about genetic flaws and i do know that any markings of white on the rottweiler disqualifies them as a purebred to the AKC, however in all honesty i believe that the white patch is most likely a sign that maybe somewhere on the family tree there was a mutt thrown in there. i could be wrong but that is my theory. there is nothing wrong with mutts, i have one myself, the funny thing is he has a white patch on his chest as well...he is a rottweiler and a mastiff mix...i also have a purebred rottie and she is beautiful, no markings of white anywhere.
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Drachen

 
 
Barked: Thu Dec 6, '12 3:25pm PST 
I never saw a Rottweiler with white marks or spots - but I do know that it happens sometimes even in very pure bloodlines with nice pedigree - no "mutts" as the above user called them.
It's somewhat rare - but it happens despite the pedigree and bloodlines.
Some kennels sacrifice puppies and hide this fact but a few others spay/neutralize and donate the puppy.
A Rottweiler's Pedigree is a document and even with white marks or spots if the dog came from a registered litter (male+female with pedigree and breeding permission), the dog will be able to have the Pedigree but won't be acceptable for breeding because having a Pedigree doesn't always means meeting the Breed Standard.
The breed standard does not accept white spots.
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Barked: Wed Jan 23, '13 5:51am PST 
If you have none of these titles on your pedigree it's not a purebreed Rottweiler so have a look at a real pedigree from the germans....(Int.Ch. ES'82 BS'80'81 KS'80 Dingo vom Schwaiger Wappen SchH III FH Gekort bis EzA HD-) at pawvillage.com

Schutzhund & German Titles
Pre-Titles (titles appearing before a dog's name)

BSB undesieger, Working Dog Champion (with applicable year)
BJS Junior Working Dog Champion (with applicable year)
ES Europa Sieger, European Champion (with applicable year)
EJS Junior European Champion (with applicable year)
HS Hutesieger, Herding Dog Champion (with applicable year)
Jgd Jungend, Junior
KS Klubsieger, Club Champion (with applicable year)
KJS Junior Club Champion (with applicable year)
LS Leistungssieger, Working Dog Champion (with applicable year)
LJS Junior Working Dog Champion (with applicable year)
SG or SGRSieger, Grand Victor Title at German Sieger Show
SGN or SGRN Siegerin,Grand Victrix Title at German Sieger Show
WS Weltsieger, World Champion (with applicable year)
WJS Junior World Champion (with applicable year)
ZS Zonensieger, Regional Champion (with applicable year
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Post-Titles (titles appearing after a dog's name)
ABST Breed Suitability Tested
AD Endurance (12.5 mile run)
B or BH Basic Companion Dog (equivalent to CD + CGC)
BST Breed Suitability Tested
DH Service Dog
FHI Advanced Tracking Qualification
FHII Superior Tracking Qualification
Gekort bis EzA
or Gek bis EzA Suitable for Breeding
GRH Border Patrol Dog
HGH Herding Dog
IPOI International Novice Schutzhund
IPOII International Intermediate Schutzhund
IPOIII International Master Schutzhund
KKL Certified as eligible for breeding under the German breed survey system
Korung Has passed strict requirements in breed suitability, conformation, working, protection, and is hip dysplasia free
KrH War Dog
Lbz Lifetime Breed Surveyed
OBI, OBII, OBIII Obedience only at SchHI, SchHII, SchHIII level
PDH Working Police Dog
PSP Police Protection Dog
SchH Schutzhund
SchHA Schutzhund without Tracking portion
SchHI Schutzhund Qualification Novice
SchHII Schutzhund Qualification Intermediate
SchHIII Schutzhund Qualification Masters level
TRI, TRII, TRIII Tracking only at SchHI, SchHII, SchHIII level
VPGI Novice Schutzhund
VPGII Intermediate Schutzhund
VPGIII Master Schutzhund
WH Watchdog
ZH Customs Dog
ZtP Recommended for Breeding
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