Why Our Dogs

whats the difference?

Our dogs are true European conformation Rottweilers, unlike their American cousins European Rottweilers don't tend to become dysplastic at 2, diabetic at 4, cancerous at 6, and dead at 8. Because European kennel clubs (FCI, ADRK) have had very managed breeding programs in place for multiple generations dogs coming out of these breeding programs are healthier, and more mentally stable. Because physical conformation is only part of the equation our dogs haven't sacrificed those good attributes just for looks. By the way we think our dogs look great, and so will you! 

  • Sporting dog
 
  • IPO

  • Schutzhund

  • Obedience

  • Search and rescue

  • Combined Training

  • Therapy dogs 

  • Boarding

  • Puppies

Meet the breed

Robust and powerful, the Rottweiler is happiest when given a job to perform. His intelligence, endurance and willingness to work make him suitable as a police dog, herder, service dog, therapy dog, obedience competitor and devoted companion. An inherent protector, the Rottweiler is self-confident and responds quietly and with a wait-and-see attitude to influences in his environment. He must be medium in size and his coat is black with rust to mahogany markings.  
​The Rottweiler's ancestors were the drover's dogs accompanying the herds the Romans brought with them when invading Europe. The controllable herding and guarding instincts were recognized by the Germans, and dogs were selectively bred for these traits. As need for its services diminished, the Rottweiler almost fell into extinction. In the early 1900's, a newly formed club established a breed standard. The breed has not appreciably changed since that time.  Rottweilers love their people and may behave in a clownish manner toward family and friends, but they are also protective of their territory and do not welcome strangers until properly introduced. Obedience training and socialization are musts. Rottweilers must be exercised daily, but require minimal grooming maintenance. Working Group; AKC recognized in 1931. Ranging in size from 22 to 27 inches tall at the shoulder. Guard dog; cattle driver.
Freyja Vom Grossen

Freyja is the daughter of Rick Vom Grossen Tal, she is super playful has high energy, and displays all the characteristics that differentiate the Rottweiler from other breeds

Epic Vom Haus Bright

Epic is an outstanding example of a very focused breeding program, he is the son of Lenz Von Hassberghöhen. He is well tempered, with medium to high drive, very athletic and wants to work

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Yarias Vom Guerrero

Yarias is a wonderful example of European breeding, she is extremely even tempered, with moderate drive. She has many working and show titles throughout her pedigree. She has produced some great puppies for us. She has an OFA rating of excellent.

Our Ro​ttweilers

German Rottweilers & Bully type APBT's