"Prince was extremely loyal. My yard was not fenced, yet he would not roam away from me. Infrequently he would wander over to the neighbor's yard following a scent, but would abruptly return on command. He was a 90-100 lb. dog. When going for walks, a ten-year-old child could hold his leash as he would not pull or go chasing. His bark had the sound of indistinct voicings. Once, a friend heard him and thought a man was shouting in the backyard."
Dack the Rottweiler as a 3-month-old puppy
Dack the Rottweiler at 8 months old—they do not stay little for long!
Dack the Rottweiler at 21 months old—"He knows he should not be on the sofa...but I had to snap this shot before chasing him off."
"This is Ellie May at 8 months old and we have had her since she was 7 weeks. She is a great dog. I love the breed; I think with the right owners they make a great family dog. Ellie is in training and I hope to have her get her CGC so I can start taking her to hospitals to make other people’s days a little better. Also, I want to get her out in public and show others Rottweilers are not a bad breed and they really have a lot of love to share."
Ellie May the Rottweiler as a puppy at about 7 weeks old
Leeroy the Rottweiler at 9 months old
Tyson is a 5-year-old Rottweiler. He is a very gentle dog and has been brought up with a great range of animals, including kangaroos.
Tyson loved the muesli that the roos are fed and is always first in line at dinnertime.
Curiosity…killed the…what? Gomer and his friend Zephyr the cat.
That loyal Rottie face—how could you resist?
What’s better for a big ol' guy like Gomer than lying in his favorite place—guarding the front door?!
Maggie in her favorite sleeping spot, owned by Emily Tiscarenio
Tyson the Rottweiler
Elway at 8 months old, photo courtesy of Colossal Rottweilers