Would you rather have a (Rottweiler) or a (German Shepard)?
Please explain briefly as to why you feel the way you do...
German shepherd. I've always been fond of the breed, that's all. Its a purely personal choice. No real deep motives.
German Shepard. I had one growing up, and I loved her. Most German Shepard's are kind hearted, and loyal. They are playful, and very protective. They are easy to train, and they mind well.
That being said, I have never owned a rottweiler. I have just seen them in passing. In all honesty, the ones that I have seen. Didn't make a big enough impression for me to want to get one. I can't judge yay or nay about them.
German Shepard, hands down. They are friendly, loyal, playful, encouraging, and entirely energetic. Not to mention, they are beautiful to look at.
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