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Ava Vom Hause Anroba

Ava Vom Hause Anroba
Sire: Zoro von der Maxi Rott
Dam: Dolly od Vadanora 
Born: 04 Feb 2018
61 cm, 42 kg
SPKP 3087
Chip: 900164001665049
HD-1; ED-0
JLPP
18.8.19- CACIB Show- V1,CAC,CACIB, BOS
8.9.19- Special show- RTW club- Slovakia- V2 RCAC (open class)

*In training with Robert Bartovic and will trial in November for ZtP!  Watch for updates!*

I am so, so excited to get miss Ava home.  She is still in Europe training for both show and working titles.  It takes a special dog to dual train, especially at such a young age.  What we require from the dog for working is so different than what is required for show- even down to walking and what we expect while “waiting.”  For show, the Rottweiler needs to trot ahead of the handler, eager to work, pulling ahead on the leash.  Conversely, on the field, the working dog is expected to stay in the heel position unless otherwise directed (right beside handler, keeping exact pace with his/her handler, neither ahead nor behind unless otherwise instructed).  In the show ring, when the Rottweiler’s favorite toy/tug/ball is presented, this is a cue for the dog to “stack up” (come to the end of the leash, pulling ahead with enough tension to require the handler to lean back and try to lower his/her center of gravity to avoid being drug 😉 so as to engage all of his/her muscles, keeping the frame square, with proper set of feet, and hold the stack in order to earn the reward (of his ball/tug/toy).  On the field, the “waiting” position is not at the end of the leash, leaned in, it is either a sitting or down stay position, often with no leash.  Because what is required from the Rottweiler is so contrasting, one area- either ring or field- is usually chosen to focus training.  It takes a good Rottweiler to be capable of earning working titles; it takes a great Rottweiler to seamlessly transition between hats from one day to the next.  Ava’s pedigree, overall conformation and head type already lend her to be highly desired.  But when you add it her exceptional character, work ethic, biddable and balanced personality, and it is easy to see why we are so honored to have her coming here.  Many, many thanks to Robert Bartovic for the opportunity to own such an incredible young female as well as for his expert training and handling.  Keep watching her page and our website for updates on both her show and working career.  If all goes well with training, she will hopefully test for her ZtP in November.


Full mouth grip!  Ava LOVES to work and I LOVE to watch her work <3  What an incredible girl!








 

Ava’s pedigree:

SIRE:
Zoro Von Der Maxi Rott
HD-A; ED-1
IPO-I
Champion Croatia

Ava’s grandfather:
Dino of Nicola’s Lion
Sire:  Fantom della Val di Noto
Dam: Fiona of Nicola’s Lion
HD-A ED-O
IPO-1
DNA
JLPP – Free
Champion of Serbia
25.7.2015. KS Belgium: V3 (judge: Srdjan Knezevic)
26.7.2015. ADRK Nordseekutenshau: V1-Anw.Dt.Ch.VDH (judge: Siegmund Trebschuh)
16.8.2015. Sremsieger show – Stara Pazova: V1-CAC (judge: Olga Grin)
28.8.2015. ADRK spec. rottw. show.: V (judge: Lavrinovich)
29.8.2015. ADRK KS: V (judge: Hans J. Radtke)
19.9.2015. Balkansieger: V2-R.CAC (judge: Zec Vladimir)
20.9.2015. Macedoniasieger: V2-R.CAC (judge: Olga Grin)
12.9.2015. CAC Cacak: V1-CAC-BOB-R.BOG (judge: Nikola Angelkovski)
10.10.2015. CACIB Obrenovac: V2-R.CAC (judge: Gere Tibor)
17.10.2015. CACIB Pozarevac: V1-CAC-CACIB-BOB-BOG (judge: Dragan Babic)
25.10.2015. CAC Debeljaca: V1-CAC-BOB (judge: Milenkovic Branko)
31.10.2015. Radunid del Sud-Campaniasieger 2015, Italy: V2, RCAC (sudija: Anton Spindler)
01.11.2015. Radunid del Sud-Campaniasieger 2015, Italy: V1, CAC (sudija: Erika Stepanauskiene)

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