Rottskies are good with kids and can be ideal as family pets. Bred from two parent breeds, Rottweilers and Siberian Huskies, Rottskies should display a personality similar to either breeds.
Rotties are known for being very calm, alert, obedient, and brave. Huskies, on the other hand, have a bit more of a lively and goofy personality and are known to sometimes be stubborn.
So which parent does a Rottsky take after? Let’s see.
Both Rottweilers and Huskies are very intelligent dogs which is a trait that they pass down to their Rottsky offspring. This makes Rottsky doggies very easy to potty train and to be taught new tricks and commands.
Rottskies are very independent dogs which makes them awesome for dog owners with busy schedules. You can very easily leave your dog alone for a few hours while you run errands. Just leave them with plenty of toys and treats to keep them entertained and nourished.
Most Rottskies are very much like their lively and somewhat hyperactive Husky parents. These energetic doggies tend to easily get restless, especially if they don’t get enough exercise and attention from you.
Rottskies are very opinionated dogs and have no trouble expressing themselves. Rottsky mixes are known not only to bark a lot but also to vocalize through howling and whining on a regular basis. Fortunately, most get calmer and quieter as they grow out of their puppy stage.
Loyal And Protective
Rottsky pooches are some of the most loving and loyal dogs out there. Coming from a Rottweiler background, they are particularly protective of their human families, especially children. This makes them awesome companion pets as well as family dogs.