We have had Rottweilers in our New Hampshire home since 1985 and
can't imagine life without at least one of these lovely dogs. We hope
you enjoy your visit to our website and find it interesting and helpful.
Our breeding goals are to produce dogs that
are as close to our view of Rottweiler perfection as possible; Dogs that fit the
AKC breed standard, have pedigrees that were given much thought, are
highly intelligent, highly trainable, family safe, as well as having
sound and healthy minds and bodies.
Additionally we feel that a proper Rottweiler should
be able to compete in a working venue (s) that the individual dog shows
an aptitude for (Sch, Obed, Rally, Herding, Tracking, Agility) with
success, be a good citizen in public, be a good family member, scare
off unwelcome intruders, not be so wired and crazed that they need to
be kennel dogs nor so dull that you can't get them out of the house.
They should be highly intelligent and easily trained. You should not
have to beat your head against the wall while training. If this is not
your view of a “Proper” Rottweiler, than one of our dogs is not for you!
Our personal goals are to educate people
about the special needs, requirements, characteristics and
personalities of Rottweilers and Shiba Inu; as neither breed are
suitable for everyone or every circumstance and educated buyers make
better owners! In addition to the information we are able to provide,
we have an extensive list of links to other helpful and educational
websites, as well as lists of recommended books to read.
For those who are curious about our
stance on Rottweiler tails; we STRONGLY believe in Freedom of Choice
for everyone. We personally prefer docked dogs and intend to continue
docking our litters, HOWEVER we believe that people in the United
States should have the right to dock or not dock their litters as they
choose AND to compete in any venue (conformation, obedience, etc) with
either docked or tailed dogs without prejudice. There are FAR, FAR more
important issues to spend energy on then fighting over the length of a
Thank you for visiting us!
This web site is dedicated to the first loves of my life,
My brother and My first Rottweiler,