IS HE PURE BREED? I AM CONFUSED ...PLEASE HELP
HE IS TOO MUCH AGGRESSIVE BUT HE WON'T FIGHT OTHER DOGS... HE WANT TO FIGHT BUT WHEN OTHER DOG COME IN FRONT OF HIM, HE JUST BACKWARD I DON'T KNOW WHY.
PLEASE HELP MY IF YOU CAN.
Hi Tusshar, I would say that Gustev is a purebred Rottweiler from the photos you've uploaded. He's a very nice looking dog. However, only legitimate and verifiable papers can prove whether or not a dog is purebred.
BUT, I am very worried by your questions because it seems as though you are expecting your Rottie to be a 'fighter' and that you actually want him to be aggressive. That is entirely wrong!
It's also confusing because you say he is too aggressive and yet not aggressive enough. Perhaps he is acting 'aggressively' around people, but not other dogs?
I implore you to read everything on this website that talks about the temperament and nature of the Rottweiler breed, and to do as much research as you can on these dogs. Rottweilers are NOT (and should never be encouraged to be) aggressive, fighting dogs. They are natural guardians and even the gentlest Rottie will defend his family if it's under threat, even if he's never even barked at a stranger.
They instinctively know what to do, but they are very discerning guard dogs and will not, and should not, threaten or attack unless there is extreme (and real, valid) provocation or threat.
If you try to encourage your dog to be aggressive, territorial or defensive (whether to dogs or people) you will confuse him to the point that he doesn't know what he's supposed to do. This is likely to make him fearful and anxious rather than courageous and calm. It can cause serious problems for the dog and owner.
Your Gustev looks like a great dog, treat him with love and respect, train him to obey obedience commands, and to tolerate people, dogs and other pets without fear or aggression. The Rottweiler is the ultimate family companion and protector - IF he's raised with love, patience and the right approach.
Again, I suggest that you re-think what you are expecting from your dog, and how you are treating him, and find out what he needs to become all that he can be... and be happy, confident and calm. In other words, what a Rottweiler is supposed to be!