Litters

Pups Born 12th November

Ella has 11 Pups 6 girls and 5 boys all big healthy happy puppies

All Puppies have been sold

Sire: Aust Ch Inselstaat Morro (AI)
Hips 3:3 Elbows 1:1 JLPP Free

Dam: Abakahn Apolx Cella
Hips 1:2 Elbows 1:2 JLPP Free

Both Morro and Ella are large Rottweilers with excellent bone, substance and breed type and correct Rottweiler Temperament

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Ella and Morro pic
Morro at home
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How to Reserve a Puppy

We have only a few litters a year so an early reservation is needed to select the perfect puppy for your home.

When the pups reach 7 weeks of age the temperament testing is done that assists us in matching the best pup for you family and life style.

We evaluate our pups for temperament and adherence to the breed standard.  With our experience and close observations of the pups, we will access which pup best suites your family.

Your new puppy will be ready to go home at the age of 8 weeks or later.

How to Reserve a Puppy

  1. Return the completely filled out Puppy Questionnaire  Click Here
  2. We will then make contact with you and organise a visit to meet our family and our dogs.

Your Responsibilities as a New Owner

The Dog Act outlines your responsibilities. You are obliged to register your dog with the Council. Fencing must be adequate to ensure that the dog does not leave your property unless under your control and on a lead. Your yard must be designed so that persons who have to call can reach your door in safety. These are your legal responsibilities. You must also attend to your dog’s health requirements and provide adequate shelter, a constant supply of fresh water and a suitable diet. This breed is large and active, requiring regular exercise of mind and body. Walks away from home and regular training sessions will be necessary. At least an hour a day is required to keep the dog healthy and content. The Rottweiler will not adequately exercise itself alone. It is a companion dog and requires your company to exercise. Daily exercise and training to stimulate the active brain of your Rottweiler are necessary. Puppies need to have freedom to play on non-slip surfaces and older dogs need a regular walk on lead under control. Swimming is enjoyed if gradually introduced. Rottweilers like to take time with new experiences and once happy about the situation will enjoy themselves. Rottweilers love companionship, they are very happy inside the home. If you are not willing to share your home with a Rottweiler consider another breed that does not rely so much on Human companionship. If you are too busy to give companionship, don’t buy a dog.

Would you like to talk to us more about our Rottweilers?