Great Dane Rottweiler Mix

The idea of a Great Dane Rottweiler mix sounds a little bit intimidating, I’d definitely want him on my side, what a watch dog that would be.  In the right hands this would be one fine security blanket.


12 Responses to “Great Dane Rottweiler Mix”

  1. niehull says:

    I have a great dane rottweiler mix and she could not be a sweeter dog. she loves everyone and all animals. she is great with kids. she seems to know she needs to be gental with little kids. great dog!

    • Melissa Kent says:

      I have one too, she is an inside dog and couldn’t be sweeter, or Love her family more. when bedtime comes her rotty comes out and she is an awesome guard dog. She has stopped several people in their tracks. She is 2 now, her name is Dang It. I am looking for more info on this breed she is the only one left from her litter.

  2. henry says:

    i t have a great dane rot mix. he is the most outstaning dog we have ever owned. sweet loveable, yet one of the best gaurd dogs anyone could ask for. i wish i could find a female to matewith him. he is one of the prettiest dogs i have ever seen

  3. Laura says:

    My Rott Dane mix is LOYAL! Sweet! Loving, Gentle, Protective, Well Behaved. Best little girl EVER!

  4. John says:

    I agree with all the above, best mix ever. Had my Bo 15 years. Been 3 years without my best friend. Will not consider any other dog except gd/rot. Anyone know someone who breeds? Will check
    back this site.

    Thanks,
    John

  5. Dale says:

    I had one that just passed away. Omg I miss him so much the most loving, smartest loyal dog I have ever owned. He had a heart attack chasing a squirrel trying to impress my wife as she pulled in our drive way. He was only 3 years old and ran constantly so it was a shock to us. He loved to ride in my Polaris Ranger and refused to be left at home could jump 5 feet straight up but never one time attempted to get out of our 3 acre yard. Everywhere I go people say where’s Cletus. Brings tears to my eyes every time.

  6. Hope says:

    I rescued a Great Dane/Rott mix puppy about 25 years ago. He was a wonderful dog. He had the size of a Great Dane, but the Rott markings, longer ears and no tail because someone cut it off when he was born. Not even a Rott tail – just a little stub where his tail should have been. I called him Stubbs. He was such a great dog – so good with kids, cats and just about everyone. I’ve been searching for one since he died in 1995 and haven’t been able to find another. If anyone knows of a litter in the US please contact me. I’d be willing to travel to get one.

  7. Britni says:

    Aww I’m so glad to read all these positive comments! I just got a six week rott/great Dane mom is gd and dad is rott! I didn’t research at all just fell in love with this puppy! If anybody has more info on them please let me know! Thanks

  8. Britni says:

    Hope I live in shreveport, la and she had three left all black! She’s not a breeder tho they were oops pups got mine for $100

    • John says:

      The two breeds together worked great. Not as big as GD or as wide as a Rot. But not for novice. First 6 mo. worked every day to train. He was diffidently strongly independent. Never left my side. So intelligent that when laying on the deck deer would come up to smell and check him out, I would say be good.And he would stay still. Lip quivering, but be still. Very protective in a vehicle. Even if he knew the person. Never bit anyone, never had to. No one would get that close. He looked even bigger in the truck. Sorry ramble on all day about our four legged kid. Do you have a no. for the lady who has oops pups? Really be grateful. Let me know how your new friend works out. Picture? John

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