A Rottweiler Corgi Mix is usually not aggressive. The level of aggression it displays is largely dependent on which parent it takes after most. If it is the Rottweiler, you may consider getting professional help to suppress its aggression level.
This mix takes after the best features of these two purebreds for one of the most versatile and loveable mixed doggies.
Rottweilers are known for being fearless, alert, loyal, and intelligent. They also have a bit of an aggressive side especially towards strangers and other dogs.
Corgis on the other hand are a bit more docile and are loved for their playful, friendly, protective, and outgoing personalities.
Here are Rottgi’s personality traits that you can look forward to.
Rottweiler Corgi Mixes are very people-oriented dogs. They thrive in homes where they get a lot of attention and affection from their human families.
Unfortunately, this can translate to clinginess and separation anxiety. The best way to avoid this is to teach the Rottgi to be independent from an early age in which case crate training comes in very handy.
Like their Corgi parents, Rottweiler Corgi Mixes are very social and extroverted dogs. If they are socialized early, they get along very well with their human companions as well as strangers and other pets that they may encounter.
If you are afraid that the aggressive side of the Rottweiler shines through in the Rottgi’s personality, you can rest easy. Their even-tempered nature is another awesome trait that they pick up from the Corgi parentage which is what makes them awesome family doggies for first-time owners.
While Rottgis may not be aggressive, they do exhibit herding behaviors like gentle biting which may be misconstrued as attacks. You may have to intentionally discourage this behavior to avoid unfortunate accidents especially where there are children involved.