Labrottie – Rottweiler Lab Mix Dogs – Black and Brown Dogs- & Fan Photos
Looking to ID your dog’s breed? We titled this post “black and brown dogs” because many people with labrottie and Rottweiler mix dogs often search that term when trying to identify their dog’s origin.
We’re sharing our audience photos of Black and Brown dogs, so you can scroll through and see if any of them resemble your fur buddy. If you aren’t yet sure whether you have a Rottweiler lab mixed breed or something else, seeing other photos here may help you.
About My Dog
We’ve always assumed that my black and brown dog, Zeus, is a labrottie because that’s what people told us he looked like, including our vet. But recently, a lady who has German Shepherds said that Zeus looks like he may be a German Shepherd Rottweiler mix, aka sheprottie, or at least have some German Shepherd in him.
She thought his two whiskers near his eyes indicate German Shepherd markings. Well… either way… he’s a great dog, but it would be fun to get a DNA test for him someday to satisfy our curiosity.
Meanwhile, we’ve seen many other black and brown dogs that are labrotties that look a lot like Zeus, so that’s what we’re sticking with for now
Your Furry Friend
Do you have a labrottie, Rottweiler mix, sheprottie or any other combination of a Rottweiler or lab mix you’d like to share? Send us an email. We’d love to see and hear about your furry friends and glad to add them here. It would be great if you could include some info on your buddy.
And… THANKS to all of you who’ve already shared your photos!! It’s fun to see them here.
If you have adopted or found a brown and black dog and you’re trying to identify the genetics, these photos may help.
Black and Brown Dog Photos – Lab Rottweiler Mix Dogs
The following photos were submitted by fans of Labrottie.com and/or photos we found online. They may not all be labrotties, however, they’ve been added because either they are, or are thought to have some amount of German Rottweiler and Labrador retriever mix.
Labrottie and Black and Brown Dogs Photos from Labrottie Fans
Black Lab/Rottweiler mix – Odin Kingston- at one and a half years old!
Contributed by Chris Kingston and LaRee Loren
This is Odin Kingston! A black lab/rottweiler mix! I am a year and a half and I weigh almost 100 pounds!!! He loves to go on adventures and destroy whatever he can! Odin loves kids and people BUT he LOVE’S TO RUN! I enjoy the water and I love meeting other animals!!
I am an emotional support animal for my Dad and I also help my Mom sometimes! He is a lap dog and he doesn’t care what they say.
Pitbull Rottweiler mix – Luna Bear – at 3 months old
Contributed by Elaina Fiene
This is Luna Bear, she is a Pitbull Rottweiler mix, she loves to be outside and wags her tail in excitement at everyone she meets!
Right now she is sitting in the sun watching the squirrels. Her favorite thing to do is play with her big (human) sister Sofie!
Luna Bear just graduated from basic puppy training! Now Elaina is now working on training Luna Bear not to nip humans playfully when she gets excited!
We have a really cool update from Miss Luna Bear, her parents were looking for a trainer to help with Miss Luna Bears nipping while playing.
She is doing great in her new training class! It’s mostly older dogs so she is the youngest pup! We are currently working on door manners and heeling. I am so proud of her and we love her so much!
Here are some age progression pictures. My friend took the first photo at 6 weeks and the second is Luna in the same chair 3 months later!
On December 7 of 2019, Luna Bear at 6 months! She just got home from the vet after being spayed. Ready for her nap!
Labrottie Mix – Reagan – 3-4 months old
Leslie Frazier: shared photos of her labrottie Reagan!
This is Reagan. She is 3-4 months old in these photos. Mom is a Rottweiler and dad is Chocolate Lab. She is an absolute joy. Very very smart but quite a handful! She is FULL of energy and curiosity. She is actually more of a “watchdog” than our pitbull! What an awesome mix. She is also the most cuddly dog I’ve ever had – she is always snuggling up to us to sleep! I would get another in a heartbeat!.
What a sweetheart! Easy to fall in love with Reagan, a beautiful rottie chocolate lab mix!
Mutual Therapy Dogs for Each Other
Reagan’s grey and white buddy is named Jameson. His owner, Leslie, said that the grey and white Pitbull was rescued from an abusive home and have severe anxiety issues.
Reagan has really helped him come out of his shell and feel a lot more secure. Jameson isn’t nearly as terrified to be left at home now since he’s not alone! Both dogs have been very therapeutic for one another.
Reagan hadn’t had much socialization when we got her – with people or other animals. She has come leaps and bounds following Jamo’s lead! Jamo loves people, just can’t handle being left alone or any type of loud voices/noises. They have both come a very long way since being rescued ❤️
Aw… WHAT a sweetheart, Reagan is… safe and secure with his mom!
Chocolate Labrottie Mix – Robin
Toyo Tiger: sent photos of his Labrottie, named Robin pictured in the feature image at top. Here’s a bit of her story:
My friend had a black lab and every day this big Rottweiler would come over there and bark at their house. So one day their lab ran away and they couldn’t find her for a week. But eventually she came back and they found out she was pregnant. We got her for free. Her mother a Black Labrador, her father is the Rottweiler who is also black. When the vet took a look at her they said she had some chocolate lab in her.
A Black and Brown Labrottie Mix – Lenny
Image by Jessica Mintz
This is Lenny. Our best guess is he is a Lab/rottie or maybe Dobie mix. We may do a DNA test but what do you think?
Yellow Labrottie – Bailey
Contributed by Kathy Tablizo
Our new labrottie baby is named “Bailey”. She is almost 3 months old and ~10lbs.
[When we read Bailey’s name we asked Kathy if she’d seen the movie A Dog’s Purpose. Here’s her reply].
“We DID see the movie (A Dog’s Purpose) and that’s why my son named her Bailey!”
“We were doing work on the house and our painter told us how his young lab female hadn’t been fixed yet. He lives on a ranch. His neighbor’s rottie sensed that and made a visit! The result was Bailey and her siblings.
It wasn’t a planned event, so the painter was explaining to me how he was going to take them all to the shelter.
We asked if we could see the puppies before he took them……NEVER do that!
Well… we’re so GLAD that Kathy and family did go visit those puppies!! Life would not be the same without their Bailey!
Black Labrottie – Mr. Milo – at 5 months old
Contributed by Alta Lee
Mr. Milo is about 5 months old. He enjoys cuddles, his sisters, bath time, and being outside watching the birds. When I first got Milo poor little guy had parvo. He spent a total of two weeks in the vet. And now he’s stronger than ever. Always greets me when I get home from work at the front door
Black Lab Rottweiler Mix – Hades! – 72lbs at 2 years old!
Contributed by Georgia Gates.
This is Hades. He is a two-year-old black lab/Rottweiler mix. He currently is around 72 lbs but has a lot of filling out to do.
We adopted him from the shelter as his family could no longer keep him. Hades loves playing fetch, going for walks, swimming and taking naps.
He loves children, treats, and the cat well. He is very trainable but at times is very stubborn, especially when he sees a bunny.
Black Labrottie Mix – Copper – 64lbs at 6 months old
Travis R.: shared photos of his Labrottie, named Cooper
Our handsome baby Cooper at 6 months old and 64lbs. There’s no way to tell he has Rottweiler in him besides his droopy red eyes. Image by Travis R.
Image by Lee T.
We didn’t get the detail on this sweet buddy, but s/he is clearly black lab dominant.
Labrottie Mix – Willow – 75 lbs at 7 months
Willow – Image by Brittany V.
She will be 7 months soon and she is weighing in at 75lbs. I am curious to know how much growing she has left.
Image by Shauna D.
Omg dog logic. Whines and cries for me to let him out of his pen let him out he comes out says hello and goes back into his pen ??? – Image by Shauna D.
Anyone else has one who sleeps like this? – image by Shauna D.
Two Labrotties – One light Brown, the Other Black and Brown
Image by Paula-D.
Both dogs are Labrotties though you can’t tell with the one on the left.
Wow! Look at this big labrottie mix
More Rottweiler in stature, this is a big boy labrottie!
This seems to be his favorite place to sit outside – image by Jess-W.
Labrottie Mix – Luna – 67 lbs
What a beauty!
Luna got weighed today.. 67 lbs... Image by T.L.Y
Gentle Protector and Best Friend
Look at that SWEET face!
Our daughter’s gentle protector and best friend. Image by Colette K.
Aaaahhhhh!!!! We’re in love!
Thank you for adding us to the group! At first, I wasn’t sure the rescue got this right guessing she was mixed with Rottweiler but after looking through the pics I think they may be right! Image by Julie-B
Labrottie Puppy- Nala
Image by Dennis T.
Nala from Denmark! 😁
Image by Dennis T.
Labrottie Mix- Maya- More of a Black Lab
Image by Matthew B.
Maya 5 m 3 w old 19.6 kilograms 😍🥰😍🥰😍🐶🐕
Labrottie Mix- Aria
Image by Xrysa T.
Labrottie Mix- Grizzly
Image by Jorden B.
Grizzly 💖 what a pretty black and brown dogs
You can send us your photos and info here. Thanks for sharing!
“What is the average weight for a labrottie?” Brittany wanted to know.
Labrotties average 92.5 lbs and range in weight from 70-115 lbs.