What others say about us...

Hello Eddie, These are some photos of the Rottie we bought.His name on your site was Jorgos, but we named him Simba!!!He is getting along just fine with the 7-year old Rottie I told you about. Indeed he is very lively and we need to have him trained!!! I will be sending you photos every few months.Thank you!!Emily Comments

Steve, He is home safe thank you. Thank you again he is a joy. Going to take him to our vet let him say hi. And yes bud I have one comment. Great service and great job. :-). Khaled Comments

Hi Mario: My husband and I purchased a male Rottweiler puppy from you in October of 2006. We just wanted to share with you how he has grown and what he looks like today, a year and a half old. Troy is a very happy, healthy, gorgeous Rottie. Everywhere we go, people always stop us and comment on how beautiful he is and how BIG he is! He is sooo friendly and loves people. We enrolled him in doggie school […]

Well I finally got down to The Bahamas to see Gold myself and we’ve been having a grand time. Lol she loves to bite the sleeve now if she’d just let go -chuckles- Here are some pictures of Gold and I We may try and teach her some tracking once we get everything else tacked down properly.Has she ever done anything along the lines of tracking before? Amy Swaby Comments

Emily Koumas & Panayiotis Myridakis

Nicosia, Cyprus

Khaled Thamer Althamer

Kuwait City, Kuwait

Mike & Linda Bordy

Redwood City, United States

Amy Swaby

Nassau, Bahamas

Breed information

Life Expectancy
10-12 years
Learning Rate
Very high
Litter Size
5 to 12
Size
Large
Weight
Dogs: 95-130 pounds
Bitches: 85-115 pounds
Height
Dogs: 24-27 inches
Bitches: 22-25 inches
Other Names
Country of Origin
Ancient Rome / Germany
Groups
AKC Working Dogs, FCI Group II.: Pinscher and Schnauzer- Molossoid Breeds - Swiss Mountain and Cattle Dogs, TKC Working