We are a small family based kennel who specializes in quality and not quantity. We love and care for all our Rottweilers. We have 6 kids that help with daily duties including feeding, walking, grooming, training, and much more. Our kids love the dogs as much as we do. It is always a joy when the puppies come. Nurturing them and loving them is what they do best. All our dogs and puppies are well socialized early in life, with other dogs and pups and adults, friends and kids.
One of our kids has already enrolled in becoming a veterinarian. Another one is interested in training and handling, and our 4 year old is a professional dog temperament tester!

Our German Rottweilers are health screened, OFA or FCI certified hips and elbows, have strong bones, big heads and rich colors.

Our World Class German Rottweiler puppies are born and raised in our home with continuous human bonding and socializing. We are there with the puppies when they take their first breath, when they open their eyes, when they begin to walk, and when they eat their first meals. By raising puppies this way we get to know each puppy’s temperament and disposition and know how each of them will react in different situations because we have been with them from the day they were born.

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It is thought that the Roman army, marching north on their campaigns, took cattle with them to provide meat and so their herding dogs accompanied them. As the herd diminished, the dogs became redundant and were often left behind. The town of Rottweiler in Southwest Germany was for centuries a livestock market and the breed was developed there by cattle dealers and farmers who wanted a strong drovers’ dog, which could also act as a guard dog against robbers. The mastiff-type dogs inherited from the Romans, mixed with some sheepdog blood, lead to the creation of the Rottweiler. The Rottweiler proved excellent in both disciplines, combining the athletic movement and stamina of a drovers’ dog with a courageous temperament.

Farmers on their way home from market, fearful of having their money bags stolen, attached them to a collar around the dog’s neck – a very safe place as the Rottweiler is territorial and protective of his owner and his property.

Sadly, the breed has often suffered from bad press: the Rottweiler became very popular, often with those seeking a macho image. The breed needs responsible and intelligent owners who can harness the Rottweiler’s intelligence and activity. A well-trained Rottweiler makes a wonderful family companion.

General Appearance
Above average size, stalwart dog. Correctly proportioned, compact and powerful form, permitting great strength, maneuverability and endurance.
The Rottweiler stands at 61–69 cm (24–27 inches) at the withers for males, 56–63 cm (22–25 inches) for females, and the weight must be between 50 and 60 kg (110 and 132 lbs) for males and 35 and 48 kg (77 and 105 lbs) for females.
The dog has a life span of 8 to 10 years.

Appearance displays boldness and courage. Self-assured and fearless. Calm gaze should indicate good humor.

The dog is Steady, Self-assured, Devoted, Alert, Good-natured, Fearless, Obedient, Confident, Calm, Courageous, not nervous, biddable, with natural guarding instincts.

Chest roomy, broad and deep with well-sprung ribs. Depth of brisket will not be more, and not much less than 50 per cent of shoulder height. Back straight, strong and not too long, ratio of shoulder height to length of body should be as 9 is to 10, loins short, strong and deep, flanks not tucked up. Croup of proportionate length, and broad, very slightly sloping.

Strong, round and compact with toes well arched. Hindfeet somewhat longer than front. Pads very hard, toenails short, dark and strong.

Previously customarily docked.

Docked: Docked at first joint. Strong and not set too low. Carried horizontally but raised slightly when alert.

Undocked: Strong. Thickness and length in proportion to overall balance of dog. Set as a continuation of the croup, neither too high nor too low. Carried horizontally. May be raised when alert and carried in a half moon or Sabre fashion when moving. May hang down when at rest. Kinked tails and tails with lateral deviation undesirable.

Medium size, almond-shaped, dark brown in color, light eye undesirable, eyelids close fitting.

Pendant, small in proportion rather than large, set high and wide apart, lying flat and close to cheek.

Teeth strong, complete dentition with scissor bite, i.e. upper teeth closely overlapping lower teeth and set square to the jaws. Flews black and firm, falling gradually away towards corners of mouth, which do not protrude excessively.

Of fair length, strong, round and very muscular. Slightly arched, free from throatiness.

Consists of top coat and undercoat. Top coat is of medium length, coarse and flat. Undercoat, essential on the neck and thighs, should not show through top coat. Hair may also be a little longer on the back of the forelegs and breechings. Long or excessively wavy coat highly undesirable.

The main colors of the Rottweiler are, Black, Mahogany, and Tan
Black with clearly defined markings as follows: a spot over each eye, on cheeks, as a strip around each side of muzzle, but not on bridge of nose, on throat, two clear triangles on either side of the breast bone, on forelegs from carpus downward to toes, on inside of rear legs from hock to toes, but not completely eliminating black from back of legs, under tail. Color of markings from rich tan to mahogany and should not exceed 10 per cent of body color. White marking is highly undesirable. Black pencil markings on toes are desirable. Undercoat is grey, fawn, or black.