We are extremely proud of our dogs, the roles they play in our family and on our farm. They are a joy to work with and each have traits that we want to share with you and your family. Whether that be in a working capacity, as a member of your family or both. We have dogs that can fit most situations.
It is our goal to breed the most structurally and genetically sound dogs that we can using both AKC and ADRK standards as our blueprint of the "ideal" Rottweiler. We genetically test our dogs in addition to OFA or ADRK Hip and Elbow screenings, in order to help prevent genetic disorders that can impact a puppy later in their life. If for any reason, we genetically test a litter of puppies the test results will be included in take home documents, so that you and your vet know everything we know about your puppy.
We back our puppies 100%.
If a licensed veterinarian determines that your puppy has a hereditary illness, we will work with you to determine how you want to proceed as well as what is in your puppy contract.
The first 8 weeks of a puppy's life are crucial to their overall development. Providing everything that they and Mama needs during that time is our top priority.
Being on a farm allows the puppies (once they are old enough) to be exposed to sounds, sights, and smells not readily available everywhere. These socialization opportunities allow for your puppy to experience and mentally process a variety of situations before they ever go home. This creates a puppy that is more confident in new situations and allows us as breeders to observe the puppies in their responses. Giving us the opportunity to assess their temperament and how they handle the world around them.
There are all kinds of personalities that develop from a litter of puppies. Some will prefer to play by themselves while others live for wrestling and rough housing with their siblings. Some puppies are going to handle sights and sounds better than others. Some are REALLY going to want to chase smaller animals, while others will ignore them completely. There is nothing wrong with any of these traits, it's simply our role as a responsible breeder to ensure that our puppies enter homes where they will succeed.
Please fill out the Puppy Questionnaire below as it lets us know a little bit about you, your home life, and what you are looking for out of a puppy so that we can find the perfect fit for you and your family!
Puppies are awesome, but they can also be little rascals too. Older dogs can have a lot of adjustments to make when bringing a new puppy home. Not only are we asking new puppies to accept a new environment, but also asking those that currently live with us to accept the new puppy.
Not all dogs or going to want to be chewed on like Charlie here, some want a way to get away from the puppy if they are being too rambunctious. So not only should you create a space for your puppy to stay in until they acclimate to the new environment, but I encourage creating a space for any current pets that is "puppy-free" so they can escape and decompress when the puppy is too much for them.
You know your animals better than anyone, if you see that someone is reaching their limit, change it up, don't force a dog that's getting overwhelmed to stay.