Your Rottweiler Puppy Pics

Rottweiler puppy pics are always adorable, and I never get tired of looking at them!

But, sometimes looking at Rottweiler pictures can be more than just enjoyable - it can be educational/informative too.

New owners often seem to be overly concerned about their puppy's growth and development, and worry (often needlessly) about whether or not he (or she) is growing fast enough, or big enough and so on.

So, with the help of some of this website's fantastic visitors, I've put together a collection of photos that show individual Rottie puppies at various ages/stages.

I hope you enjoy them as much as I do :)



Rottweiler Puppy Pics - Rocky (Male Pup)

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3 months

4 months

5 months

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6 months

7 months

8 months

11 month male Rottweiler puppy 14 month rottie male photo

11 months

14 months

14 months

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17 months

18 months

18 months

19 months

2 years

2 years & 4 months

2 years 9 months

4 years



Rottweiler Puppy Pics - Bruno (Male Pup)

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5 weeks

8 weeks

11 weeks

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14 weeks

16 weeks

4 months



Rottweiler Puppy Pics - Cujo (Male Pup)

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8 weeks

11 weeks

13 weeks

4 months

18 weeks

18 weeks

4 month rottweiler puppy 6 month rottweiler puppy

20 weeks

6 months

7 months

1 year old Rottweiler pic

9 months

1 year

2 years 1 month



Rottweiler Puppy Pics - Jax (Male Pup)

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8 weeks

1 year



Rottweiler Puppy Pics - Bailey (female pup)

8 weeks

3 months

8 months

18 month female pet Rottweiler

10 months

12 months

18 months



Rottweiler Puppy Pics - Angel (female pup)

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8 weeks

12 weeks

13 weeks

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16 weeks

19 weeks

6 months

7 months

7 months

8 months

9 month Rottie pup

9 months

10 months

11 months

1 year

14 months

14 months

18 months

18 months

19 months

20 months

20 months

22 months

2 Years

2 Years

2 Years



Rottweiler Puppy Pics - Zac (Male Pup)

10 weeks

5 1/2 months

6 months

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7 months

11 months

11 months



Rottweiler Puppy Pics - Dante (male pup)

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8 weeks

3 months

5 months

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6 months

7 months

7 months

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8 months

8 months

9 months

9 months

10 months

11 months

1 year

2 years

2 years & 2 months



Rottweiler Puppy Pics - Hess' Brittney (female pup)

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6 weeks

6.5 months

1 year

2 year old Rottie

2 years



Rottweiler Puppy Pics - Hess' Topaz (female pup)

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6 weeks

6 months

1 year

2 year Rottweiler female

2 years

3 years



Rottweiler Puppy Pics - Hess' Ender (male)

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6 months

1.5 years

6 years

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8 years



Rottweiler Puppy Pics - Diamond Bailey (female pup)

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7 weeks

10 weeks

19 weeks

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22 weeks

24 weeks

26 weeks



Rottweiler Puppy Pics - Rocco (male pup)

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8 weeks

13 weeks

18 weeks

28 weeks

*You can see more great photos on my Rottweiler Puppy Pics Page 2


Rottweilers are very slow to develop and mature, and they can't be considered adult until AT LEAST 18 months to 2 years of age. Some of the biggest (especially the males) may be anywhere up to 3 years of age before they're finished growing!

Never be tempted to try to make your puppy grow faster, or bigger, than comes naturally. This can lead to all sorts of problems including bone/joint conditions and heart problems.

It's totally normal for an adolescent pup (anywhere between 12 weeks to 2 years +) to look a bit 'rangy or scrawny' or out-of-proportion.

A pup gains his full height quite a bit earlier than his full weight or muscle development, as long as he's eating a premium puppy food, and getting enough exercise and proper veterinary care, then he will grow to fulfil his potential.

Height, weight, bone size, coloring and so on are all determined by genetics and the biggest indicator of how big your pup will grow to be, and what he will look like in terms of conformation are his parents.

He will likely grow be somewhere between them in terms of size/weight - with male pups tending to be closer to their dad's size, and females to their mom's.


It's important to realize that all puppies are unique individuals and that they grow at different rates.

There's no 'one-size-fits-all' formula for puppy growth - no matter what the breed!


If you'd like to see some more great photos of Rottweilers (both puppies and adults), take a look at my Your Rottweiler Photos page.

That's where visitors to this website share photos of their pets. If you love this breed, you don't want to miss it!

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