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We have had more than a decade experience with the German Rottweiler dog breeds but NEVER thought of breeding them. It was in the late 90’s, we got our first Pug puppy by name (Jina). She was an amazing puppy and a bundle of joy so we decided to get a Male from a local breeder. Being a companion dog breeder and  have always been a companion dog lover, we just couldn’t help it, we had to look for the purest, finest and the best Rottweiler pair available to keep. “Once a breeder, you are a breeder for life” and we hope to share our amazing Rottweiler puppy experience with all Rottweiler lovers!.

Before starting this adventure, we did a thorough research and followed hundreds of pedigrees, and brought some quite awesome Rottweiler pups into our breeding program.

Our core belief is that our dog’s needs are of the utmost importance. Our entire family is committed to meeting those needs. As a result, a high percentage of our business is from repeated customers and referrals. We would welcome the opportunity to earn your trust and deliver only the best dogs and dog services. We only breed the highest quality Rottweiler, driven to take on any task set before them: All puppies are implanted with Microchip ID before they leave our care so they will hopefully never be lost or abandoned. If they can’t get in touch with the puppies owners the microchip recovery service will call me and we will take the puppy/dog back until we are able to get in touch with you. Our Family does not condone Puppy Mills, and we strongly discourage against all breeding practices in which the health and well-being of innocent dogs and puppies are compromised.

About the breed



Rottweilers are medium to large dogs, with males reaching 24 to 27 inches and females 22 to 25 inches in height. Males weigh 110 to 130 pounds on average, and females 77 to 110 pounds. Although they typically reach their maximum height by age one, they may not fully grow until age two or three.   


The Rottweiler’s coat is straight, coarse, dense, medium in length, and lies flat. You’ll also find an undercoat present on their neck and thighs.


Rottweilers have very distinctive colors. Most of their coat is black, but you’ll find that it’s also paired with mahogany, tan, or rust.


Rottweilers have traditionally had their tails docked. Docking stems from their role as working dogs and the need to prevent injury. Very few Rottweilers maintain those roles today, and docking could be considered cosmetic.

The Rottweiler has origins that are unknown, however, it probably descended from the Italian Mastiff. During the Middle Ages, the Rottweiler was commonly used as a herd dog. It became nearly extinct in the 1800’s, but made a wonderful comeback in the early twentieth century by breeders in Stuttgart. Today the rottweiler is used for a variety of things such as tracking, herding, watch dogging, police work, obedience trials, as well as guarding which he does exceptionally well in.

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