We are a small, ethical hobby breeder. We enjoy the company of our dogs in our home. They live alongside my husband, myself, and our three boys. We are working at adding dogs to our program and look forward to growth over time, but the dogs are family first and foremost. Listed below is some information and health results about the dogs we own, and one of the studs we have used in the past.


IntCH Von Hunter's Bold As They Come RN TKI

Barkley is our keeper puppy from Lexi and Falko's first litter, born December 10th, 2018. She is smart as a whip, sassy, sweet, and so much fun to train. She is in training for conformation, obedience, and herding. At the ARV-PNRK 2019 Summer Sieger Show under judge Josef Hedl she was rated V1 and took Best Female Puppy in show. I am very excited to see what her future holds. Barkley has matured beautifully, unfortunately Covid19 has really set back her show career. I absolutely adore her temperament. Barkley has a good amount of drive, good herding instinct, loves to please, is incredibly friendly when introduced, protective of her home as she should be, and just overall is the perfect Rottweiler. Of course I am very biased, since she has stolen my heart. Sparkle-Barkles, as I call her often, really is everything a Rottweiler should be. At her first rally trial at 7.5 months old we walked out of the rally novice ring with a score of 92, placing first in the class. She went on to earn her next two legs and get her rally novice title by 8 months old. She has also earned her TKN and TKI during the start of the covid quarantine. Sadly, we have not been able to get an obedience title since the local shows have been canceled. She recently earned her IntCH though! Detailed show results are listed on her page. 



None available at this time

Barkley and Burkhardt breeding *if successful* is due November 10th!

 Burkhardt's information can be found here: https://www.cavallcanines.com/burkhardt.html

I think they are a very nice match and will produce amazing puppies. Both in temperament and structure. With this pairing I'm hoping for good herding instinct and working ability, a good off switch, and sweet goofy loving dogs. I'm also going to be watchful of therapy ability. Barkley's lines have a good natural ability to recognize anxiety and stress, and I would like to build on that. Herding ability is a trait of the Rottweiler that I would love to preserve. I think all to often the focus has been on protection work, and herding is something that has been lost in many bloodlines. 

The wait list for this litter is full. You can still submit puppy applications to get on the wait list for future litters, estimated wait time is 12-18 months. 

Current waitlist for this litter: 

ME! I'm impatiently waiting for a puppy from this pairing.

Stud owner will be getting first pick male

Ruby Chavez*

Daniel Betancur-Echeverri*

Caitlin Robb*

Lisa Salerno

Scott Ray*

Heather Matheney

Tina Vergera

Cindy Spangler

Lee Hendricks

Sarah Brisbin

Kristina Alston

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Reference Dogs

Dogs who are no longer in our program but have contributed to it


Lexi Wacther von hause Hunter

Lexi is a wonderful girl with a lot of heart. She was born December 20th, 2013 and we have owner her since she was 8 weeks old. She grew up with my son, Gabriel. He was just over a year old when we brought her home, and the two were inseparable. She is hands down the best family dog I have ever met; she doesn't just tolerate the kids but genuinely loves them and enjoys their company. She loves baths, and will hop right in to the shower with you (whether you want her there or not). She is a steady, confident dog who loves people. Anyone you introduce her to she is friends with. She alert barks at strangers when she is in the yard, car, or house, but is immediately your best friend if I seem to like you. I had big plans of showing and competing with her, but went on to have another baby....and then another. Life happens, and the only time in the show ring she got was to get her Canine Good Citizen title. Who knows, maybe I'll head to the obedience ring with her at some point. For now she is perfectly happy and content being a spoiled rotten house dog. She was evaluated by other well established breeders who know a good dog when they see one prior to breeding, and has no disqualifying faults per the AKC and ADRK breed standard.


vom haus Burns

Falko is owned by Michael Burns of vom haus Burns Rottweiler kennel in Olympia, WA. Falko is an impressive boy, with a good amount of bone and a beautiful head. He is goofy and affectionate to his family and friends, protective of his home when he should be, and accepting of strangers but could really care less about them. He is a great example of the breed. FALKO'S HIP AND ELBOW CERTIFICATION DOES NOT APPEAR ON THE OFA WEBSITE. It was completed in Germany, please click the link below to view his hip and elbow results.