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I always like to name dogs after their origin or along the lines of it anyway! seeing as Rottweilers come from germany and a place called Rottweil, meaning Red Tile in Wurttemburg you could call it;
Weiley pronounced Viley
IRK -(international rottweiler club) set up in 1907 had a main stud dog called Ralph
Or Rottweilers were first used by the romans so you could name it after a roman;
Marius- the great man of the army
Augustus- the first emperor
Nero- the madman of rome
Trajan- the kind-hearted soldier
i always think its nice to name your dog with a meaning and can strike up conversations with people. i had a german shepherd which we got just before the world cup which was held in germany. german shepherd-germnay- so we named him Steiger after the german footballer Schweinsteiger! people always thought it was a really unusual name and i loved the link between his heritage and the name!
My 1st was named Otis and my second is called Chester
Names like Rocky, Butch, Spike, so on and so forth are much too cliche, so I'd avoid such names.
Cain (who killed Abel)
I think i have the PERFECT names...just pick one of them: (i wanted to get a Cane Corso male and name him one of these names)
Bruce, Baron or Cesar
rosco, rocky, ranger, ares
He doesn't have to sound tough; he looks tough (or will!). You should wait until his personality starts to develop and then name him appropriately. For all you know, "Fluffy" will suit him perfectly.
Max, Blaze, Chance or Thunder
Call him ROMEO! Cause he'll be a charmer, but very strong and stubborn. :)