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"Vom Maegdeberg Rottweilers"
Thank you for your interest in a "Vom Maegdeberg" Rottweiler-Puppy.
However, before you pursue the purchase of a Rottweiler any further and decide to call us or any other breeder(s), please take a few brief moments and educate yourself.
Carefully review the information contained in the various links and closely read this entire page.
You may find some helpful hints or come to the conclusion, that a
A Rottweiler may not be the most ideal dog for you .
Xenja puppies have arrived on 10-19-2006
Puppies will be ready to leave to their new homes by 12-15-2006
This breeding represents the most
sought after German ADRK conformation and working bloodlines:
Based on the genetic path of their ancestors we expect from this breeding well balanced puppies
of large size with lots of bone and sound structure, dark eye and mouth pigmentation and an outgoing temperament with lots of drive
Suitable for Show - Working and Family Companion homes.
(Click on the dogs name below to see a picture)
Hoss von Oetterkotten; Noris vom Gruentenblick ; Fuerst vom Wolfert Turm ; Flash vom Wolfert Turm
; Doc von der Teufelsbruecke; Ambassador Vom Freienfels ; Ayk vom Bickesheim ;
Ken vom Schwaiger Wappen ; Benno von der Schwarzen Heide ; Willi vom Hause Neubrand
To view a complete picture pedigree for this litter, click here.
Pictures below are Xenja's offspring from her previous litters .
Xenja vom Bamberger Tal daughter
Xenja vom Bamberger Tal
Xenja vom Bamberger Tal daughter
If you are interested in owning a "Vom
please contact us via e-mail or Tel: (001)-845-695-2059
At "Vom Maegdeberg Rottweilers", we have puppies only on a very limited occasion from carefully selected DNA certified breeding stock, that has been V-(excellent) rated in conformation, with stable, outgoing, friendly temperaments and certified by OFA to be free of hip dysplasia . Dysplasia is a severe hereditary joint disease, that is quite common in Rottweilers and other large dog breeds. Depending on the severity it can be debilitating to the dogs mobility. Dysplasia can only be detected by radiographic X-rays.
Be aware, many backyard breeders and commercial puppy mills still breed with dogs that have not been X-rayed or knowingly have hip and/or elbow dysplasia.
All of our puppies are born, raised, and socialized in a clean family, home environment. This allows us to spend quality time with each puppy, socializing them with lots of human contact, including small children, to promote the development of an outgoing, friendly and stable temperament. Do Not let breeders tell you that they cannot socialize their puppies or take them off their premises due to the chance of acquiring parvo virus or other illnesses. This is just a lame excuse. It is absolutely possible to expose puppies at an early age to all kinds of experiences i.e. riding in a car, having many different types and ages of people interact with them, being in a vast array of environments, without exposing them to parvo or other illnesses. Socializing puppies is just A LOT of hard work and most "commercial" breeders or "back yard" breeders just don't want to invest the time. However, socialization at an early age is utmost imperative for the Rottweiler to develop a stable, outgoing temperament.
When breeding dogs, proper nutrition plays an utmost important role, just as
important as it does on humans . Proper Canine specific nutrition of the male and the female
prior to the breeding, as well as during the gestation and lactation period of
the female is an important pro-active step towards prevention of future health problems and
break downs in the offspring.
Aside from the basics of care (affection, proper housing, nutrition, training and exercise), you must remember that the Rottweiler is a "Schutzhund" (protection) dog, not a lap dog. As the owner of a "Schutzhund" dog, you must be fully accountable for your dog's actions. That means you will not only train the dog to be a good canine citizen, you will also make sure he is under your supervision and control at all times. Originally bred as a herding and protection dog, the true Rottweiler still possesses these basic instincts. This does NOT mean the Rottweiler is vicious--quite the contrary, the Rottweiler must be mentally stable, yet always alert and ready to protect its master and home. A dog like this requires a knowledgeable and disciplined owner, who understands the importance of proper care, socialization, training and breeding. Without this knowledge, owning a Rottweiler could be a frustrating and difficult experience. However, if you have a well-bred, top quality dog and the knowledge of how to bring out the best in him, you should be prepared to have the best dog you've ever known!
An intelligent, physically healthy and powerful Rottweiler requires plenty of exercise (physical and mental) and human companionship. Building a good relationship with your dog is time well spent. Without it you'll find the dog becomes bored and destructive. If you MUST kennel your dog every day, then you MUST also spend some concentrated quality time to release accumulated energy that otherwise will be quite destructive. A fenced yard is necessary (so that the dog is not running loose all over the neighborhood), but it is not enough to just open the kennel door and let the dog out. YOU must spend quality time with your dog (playing, training, exercising, etc.) This is very critical, especially with Rottweilers. If you cannot provide the time necessary to have a physically and mentally healthy dog, please do not buy a Rottweiler. A non-working breed may suit you better.
This is NOT a breed for everyone, and you must consider your own personality, physical environment and emotional needs before you decide to acquire a Rottweiler. When you come to us for a Rottweiler, we evaluate both the dog and you (the prospective owner) for compatibility and suitability for each other. This is a lifetime companion and commitment. Choose your dog as carefully as you would choose a best friend and soul mate.
You are responsible for every aspect of your dog's life: grooming, feeding, exercise, training, veterinary care, licensing, affection, etc. He will be a member of your family, and should be cared for accordingly; nothing less is acceptable for a "Vom Maegdeberg" Rottweiler. When you acquire a Rottweiler, you should consider the breeder as your link to responsible and fulfilling dog ownership. At "Vom Maegdeberg" Rottweilers we gladly provide information and guidance about nutrition, training, housing, care, equipment, and future breeding advise.
Well, if you are still convinced that the Rottweiler is the ideal dog for you and you are ready to own one, give us a call at (845)-695-2059 or send us ane-mail.
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