What does ARC stand for?
ARC stands for American Rottweiler Club
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In the 21st century the American Rottweiler Club has encountered negative legislation that is erasing the ability to own our magnificent breed. We support local, state and national efforts that promote responsible ownership. Our members work diligently to ensure that the dogs we so cherish are owned, loved and cared for responsibly. And we encourage our members, Rottweiler owners and animal lovers to become knowledgeable, visible and vocal in order to maintain our right to own any canine.
Most importantly, the Rottweiler is a devoted companion. The breed is medium to large in size and is compact and muscular. The Rottweiler has a short, docked tail and the only acceptable color is a solid black body with rust to mahogany markings. Properly matching a Rottweiler to its new family brings out the best this breed has to offer. Visit the official website for the American Rottweiler Club.
The ADRK's ideal calls for "pronounced" or steep zygomatic arches and a "well developed" nose "more broad than round. " In terms of appearance, this translates to a face reminiscent of a mastiff's. Over time, though, a “dramatic negative shift in the zygomatic arch and muzzles” has gradually taken place in the U. S. , writes Steve Wolfson, an American Rottweiler Club.