ROTTWEILER BREED REPRESENTATIVES
Rottweilers have served mankind since Roman times as cattle drover, draft dog, police dog, and today, a loyal and protective family dog. The Rottie is a robust, short coated, 26" heavyweight companion and a strong deterrent to intruders.
Jeff Shaver, Certified Rottweiler Representative
The Rottweiler is a versatile dog, with physical and mental attributes making them an all around working dog . If you have a job, they can handle it! The breed has its roots in Germany. Every Rottweiler in the United States today can trace its lineage to Europe. Breeders in this country have and continue to build upon import stock to maintain the heritage of a strong body and mind for the Rottweiler of today. There is only one Rottweiler... no matter their country of origin today! While we face many challenges for the breed, including anti-canine legislation, ALL owners who love this breed can and do pull together to ensure a bright future for this magnificent animal that we all love.1251
Photo: Multi BIS, BISS Ch. Andreca's Aramis von der Mond U.D. 7 time All Breed Best in Show winner with a Utility Dog Obedience title! Remembered for his exceptional reach and drive and a sound mind.
Janar Rottweilers - going on 30 years, member of 3 breed clubs, Parent Club (ARC) officer/director, titling in Obedience (14 CDs, 5 CDXs, 2 UDs), tracking (10 TDs, 4 TDXs, 4 VST /Champion Trackers), Therapy, plus BIS and BISS Awards. I’m an approved AKC Tracking Judge, active in fighting for all owner rights and the sport of purebred dogs. I love the breed for what they give me no matter the venue. Information/photos available at www.BlackwoodRottweilers.com (spouse’s kennel name) 713-557-0807 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Cathy Thompson, Certified Rottweiler Representative
I think of the Rottweiler as an all-purpose farm dog. He herds, he guards, he can even pull a milk cart! We should never forget his versatility and although milk carts are scarce today, Rotties excel in weight pulling, obedience and tracking. A Rottweiler should be strong of mind and body. His gait must be effortless and free flowing. He welcomes any form of training and indeed, requires mental and physical exercise. Rottweilers are athletic and gifted with great endurance although considerate owners will grant him a reprieve from mid-day summer sun due to his glossy black coat. The Rottweiler herded, pulled his weight, and protected the Roman army. He stands confident and capable of serving his owner in just about any capacity today.
Photo: Von Gailingen Rottweilers; Cathy with Canadian CH Von Gailingen's Dolli Doright and Ch Von Gailingen's Dirk Pitt
Von Gailingen Rottweilers - Mrs. Thompson has judged Rottweilers around the world. She is the only AKC breeder/judge of Rottweilers to have trained and titled her Rottweilers in alll events: Breed, Obedience, Rally, Tracking, Agility and Herding. Catherine co-authored Rottweilers: Centuries of Service, is approved for multiple working breeds, and all levels of obedience and rally. She is a Charter Member of the American Rottweiler Club having chaired ARC’s most critical committees, served as Treasurer, VP, and four terms as ARC President. Phone or Fax (740) 636-0272 Email: email@example.com
Dana Agresta, Certified Rottweiler Representative
There is no other breed for me than a Rottweiler, they can do it all! Of all the working breeds recognized by AKC, Rottweilers are the most versatile. The perfect farm, working stock, obedience, and family companion dog. Rottweilers are biddable, stable in mind and body having sound temperaments. Originally from Italy, they were brought to Germany by the Romans, where they became popular in the town of Rottweil. Known as the "butcher’s dog", they herded and drove cattle, carted the meat, and were the family protector. Today’s Rottweilers are versatile, smart, and are able to receive high working scores in obedience, tracking, agility, and herding. They also make great therapy and service dogs. Once you own a Rotty, you'll never go BACK!!!
Photo: Ch. Agresta's Calendar Boy TT, HIC "Gussie" at 18 months with Dana Agresta. Gussie finished in 5 shows, all points from the puppy class except for his last single!
Agresta Rottweilers - My love for Rottweilers began with my first rescue abandoned in my barn in 1985, which then started a few more rescues after that... After retiring from showing my horses, it was an easy transition to the dog world as I was already competing in obedience with my Rottweilers. I am dedicated to promoting the Rottweiler breed for all its worthiness. Member of ARC/MRC/CRC/GRC/SRC, AKC Legislative Liaison: GRC and SRC, AKC Breeder of Merit Contact; 407-977-0807, email: Rotty4me@aol.com, or on the web: www.Hiddenoaksworkingfarm.com
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Breed Founder: Shiloh Shepherd Program
ACA Awarded #1 My Akita Breeding Program
Int'l Foundation: Mini-Bull Terrier Program
AKC Foundation: Coton Breeding Program