The Rottweiler Boxer is a medium to large dog that is a cross between a purebred Rottweiler and a purebred Boxer. Both German breeds and hardworking dogs with great stamina, the Rottweiler and Boxer are considered best for experienced dog owners, and this is true of the Rottweiler Boxer as well.
The Rottweiler is named after a town in Germany, where the breed originated as a farmer's working dog, droving livestock and pulling carts of meat to market, while providing security to its master from possible robbers. It is a large dog best placed in a home with large open spaces. It is also known for its tendency to aggression, which is mostly directed towards strangers and strange dogs.
The Boxer is a stocky, squarely-built, medium-sized dog first developed in 19th century Germany. Other breeds in its lineage include the Bullenbeiser, a now-extinct breed, and the Old English Bulldog. The Boxer is a brachcephalic type, with a prominent, powerful jaw that can clamp onto large prey and hold it until the hunter gets to it.