Hi my name is Chris and I would like to introduce you to the Miniature Rottweiler breed. There is a lot of controversy out regarding this breed. With all due respect to the die hard Rottweiler fans, here is what we are trying to achieve. In a perfect world we could all afford a big house and 2-5 acres for our great Rottweiler to roam and play. We would also not get older or have to downsize to a smaller property. We would also have the same energy at 80 years old as had when we were 25 to train and regularly play/work with our big Rottweiler. I have had big Rottweilers since I was a boy on the farm and to me they are still the greatest dog.
However, I have had so many people say to me, "If only they would stay small and not need much room to run." We all know that if the big Rottweilers don't have room to run and put their energy to good use they will start chewing on the furniture and all sorts of other bad habits. So the mini Rottweilers that I breed are not meant to disrespect the full size Rottweilers. They are meant for people that live in small houses or for older people that don't have the energy to train and take care of a big dog.
I have been breeding Rottweilers since 2007 when I started with a Pekingese and Miniature Pinschers. Later I bought a Mini Rott male that originated from Pugs and Min Pins. Now several years later, I have finally crossed them with the real Rottweiler breed via artificial insemination. I have spent years dedicated to advancing the breed.
My goal is to have puppies that will mature at about 40-45 lbs. Occasionally we do have some that will stay under 35 lbs when fully matured. Please do not get stuck on a certain pound size as these dogs pack a fair amount of weight in muscle mass and bone density and not in height. 95% of people when they see these dogs in person are pleasantly surprised that they are not bigger. They had imagined 40-45 lbs pounds to be a bigger dog than they actually are.
I do reside in Lancaster County but please don't associate me with or assume that I am a puppy mill. The person who manages this website is a professional photographer and advertises puppies on this countrysidepuppies site for various different breeders. Since the Mini Rottweilers are such a unique breed in itself I asked if I could have my own page on her website to give you a little biography on our passion for this breed. I do not raise or sell any other breed of puppies. If you are looking at some other breed on this site then you will need to contact that person using their phone number listed with that specific puppy.
My dogs get the best of care. There are many reputable breeders in Lancaster County. Since 2001 there have been many laws passed that have helped to put questionable breeders out of business. My dogs are all up to date on their rabies vaccination and they are wormed regularly. All puppies leaving the premises are guaranteed to have all their first shots and are wormed 3 times unless otherwise specified. They are also checked by a vet and all their health information is included when they leave our family.
We are striving to raise and sell quality puppies and are not concerned with quantity. We are not selling breeding rights with our puppies to insure that we don't have many different sizes and features popping up in the Miniature Rottweiler breed. We must have a buyers contract signed by the owner before the pups leave our location.
Come and visit our dogs and puppies anytime and find out what a pleasant experience it can be to buy a new puppy.
Puppies are priced at $1500 + 6% sales tax. ($1590 total)
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