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Woman places food in front of her dogs. But they wait until she says, 'Go'

Apr 24, 2018
07:22 P.M.
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This woman has taken the efforts to train all her dogs well.

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A video showing five Rottweilers eating their food has gone viral. Everyone is amazed with the way they follow every command of their master, reported Theepochtimes.com.

Some people find it difficult to train just one dog. However, this woman from Welwyn Garden City in the United Kingdom has five dogs and has trained them well.

The video shows five Rottweilers about to be fed. They are trained to wait until everyone gets their food.

The woman starts putting a bowl of food in front of each dog. No one eats until she gives them the signal.

Once she has given the meal to every one of them, she says, “Go.” It is incredible to see all them start to eat at the same time.

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The pets, Ralph, JJ, Stan, Roman, and Kizer, are crowded around in the kitchen and wait patiently for the command to begin eating.

The extensive training that these large dogs have had is evident. The video shows a different side of the dogs considered dangerous by some.

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Rottweilers often have a bad reputation with people getting intimidated by their size. Due to the current prejudice against them, they are claimed to be dangerous and the owner may have to carry extra liability insurance. In fact, some cities have banned the breed altogether.

Contrary to the popular belief, these amazing creatures are one of the friendliest, most caring, and gentle dogs.

These large, powerful dogs require extensive training from their early days. Originally bred to drive cattle to market, Rottweilers were then used to pull carts for butchers.

They were among the earliest police dogs and also serve in the military besides being popular family protectors and friends.

It is important for dog owners to provide early socialization to channel their power and protectiveness. In absence of firm and consistent training, they can be ‘dangerous bullies.’

Rottweilers love their families and want to be with them. They have a natural instinct to protect their families and can get ferocious in their defense. 

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