Int. CH. Marsio Ri Mobby Dick X CH. Nushka Se Ungo-Rot
Hi Alice –
Just wanted to drop you a quick note to give you an update on Diezl (XXX Se Ungo Rot – with a name like that, how could we NOT name him Diezl – with a twist of course!). He is such a great dog and he’s growing so fast! We get compliments all the time on how handsome and well-mannered he is – whether we’re out for a walk, stopping at the pet store, or at his puppy obedience class. He is (of course!) the most advanced “student” in the class! 🙂 After our first class everyone knew his name because, while the he thought the other dogs were ok to hang out with – it was all the people that he found most interesting – going around from person to person to say hi and get loves – now he makes his rounds every week. (I can’t wait to get him started in therapy dog work when he’s a little older – I think he’ll be perfect for it!)
When Seth’s mom found out we had gotten a Rottie, she told us she was happy for us, but that she’s always been afraid of Rotties. Well, it took only one visit for her to be completely won over by Diezl. Now, she absolutely adores him and brags to everyone about what a great dog he is!
We are just so happy to have added Diezl to our family! I smile every time I look at his sweet face! Thank you!
Krissa and Seth
Hi Alice –
I hope you and your family had a great Christmas and a good start to 2010!! I was getting ready to send you an update on XXX Se Ungo Rott, our Diezl, and while I was checking out the latest updates on your website, I saw your announcement on puppies coming up from Huck x P-Linda. Wow! What great looking dogs – more on that in a second.
I’ve attached some recent pics of Diezl and can’t say enough about what a great dog he is. Not only is he gorgeous, he is the sweetest dog ever. I know you hear that a lot! Our greatest challenge is his focus. He doesn’t have huge food drive and the only toy that gets him really consistently engaged is a giant blue Jolly Ball, which needless to say, is a little hard to use for obedience training! My husband and I joined a training club in our area and we’re having fun working with Diezl in obedience and rally obedience and he’s doing a great job. When he’s a little older we’ll probably give agility a try too – as he seemed to really like that during the introduction to it in his puppy class. Whenever we have him out and about with us, people are always coming up to us to find out about Diezl – to tell us how beautiful and well-mannered his is – and then to find out why he’s a Rottie with a tail – and then to give him cuddles. He is such a great Ambassador for the breed. 🙂
Now, of course, we’re getting the itch to add to our family and we’ve started looking around for different pairings we might be interested in getting another puppy from. This time around we are looking for a female not related to Marsio. Not that we are intending to breed necessarily but we’d like to leave the possibility open for the future. We were originally thinking about waiting until the fall, but… Do you already have a lot of deposits for those puppies? Is the pick female already spoken for? How much would the pick female or any other female from the litter cost? Is P-Linda here in the States with you or are the puppies being imported once they are born? Are there any plans to breed Huck in the future?
I know, a bunch of questions and I saw on the site that you’re out of town right now, so when you have a chance, get back to me and let me know either by email or give me a call. Thanks a bunch!
“Rommel” XXL Se Ungo-Rot
When Joshua came with his wife and absolutely adorable 2-year-old, Erilyn, to pick out a puppy, we intended to take home a female. But Rommel, a Marsio pup about 4 months of age (who reminds me so much of my Diesel) came and sat so gently beside Erilyn. He them followed her everywhere she went in our back yard for the next hour. Joshua and Jessica kept going over to our other pups, but every time they looked up Rommel was either laying faithfull at Erilyn’s feet or had his head resting on her. As Joshua said, “the decision was made.”
Jessica wanted me to write you just to let you know how exceptionally happy we all are with Rommel! He is just an absolute joy to work and play with! 🙂 When we go on our walks he has to know every second where Erilyn is, and God forbid she is upset or crying… he goes to wherever she is and lays there with her. What you said about him moping around for a couple of days was spot on… [heck], I thought I was going to have to run him into the vet for fear something else was wrong, but today he was [heck] on wheels! 🙂 We’re loving every minute of it!
On a side note, I think he misses Karma! 🙂 Our neighbors have a sweet little Dachshund that Rommel loves to romp around with… as much as he can at least. so don’t be suprized when we get a hold of you for another puppy!
Thank you so very much for all you’ve done for us!!!
Joshua, Jessica, Erilyn, and Rommel
Xylia Se Ungo-Rot
Just wanted to thank you once again for the opportunity to get Xylia. She is growing rapidly, she is around 60 pounds now and is gaining ground on my 120 pound Rottweiler Champ. Xylia is a very confident Rottweiler. Xylia doesn’t back down when my neighbor’s five dogs come rushing to the gate when they see her. When I first brought Xylia home, she used to run behind Champ when those dogs came running to the gate. Xylia doesn’t mind that Champ is more than twice her size, she jumps all over him and plays rough with Champ. Xylia already seems to be completely house broken, no accidents for 2 weeks now. Overall, Xylia is a great Rottweiler and I’m proud to have her as part of the Arrington Rottweiler family. Keep me posted with Dunjo, I’m a big fan of him. I love the pictures of the puppies that you have of Dunjo and Serenity, Lyra is my favorite one. Lyra looks like she’ll be the female version of Dunjo. If I didn’t have my hands full with Xylia, I would’ve bought one of Dunjo’s and Serenity’s puppies. Serenity is also my favorite female Rottweiler that you have. Like I said, keep me posted on any future Dunjo litters, I want to have one of his puppies. If I don’t buy one of his puppies, I’d like to use him as a stud to one of my females. I did make another addition to my Rottweiler family, I got a 3 year old female Rottweiler named Dyna, Black Turk Euro is her father. She is a nice and stocky female at 93 pounds with the same color as Xylia’s big brother. Anyways, hope your trips to Germany go well and keep me posted on any Rottweiler news and notes. I’m a big fan of some of your Rottweilers and I tell everyone at work about Dunjo. Until next time, take care of yourself, your family, and stay blessed.
First off, I want to thank you for picking up my phone calls and answering my Rottweiler questions. You are the only breeder that I’ve come across that is open to doing that, other breeders just want to sell a dog and that’s it. I have someone that might be interested. I have been talking a lot about Dunjo to everyone I know that loves Rottweilers. If you do have any Dunjo puppies available, how much are they going for? Xylia is growing and is around 80 pounds now and she is very strong and athletic! She is turning out to be a beautiful Rottweiler with amazing drive, thank you for selling her to me. I am very proud of Xylia, so is my other Rottweilers Champ and Dyna. Until next time, take care and God bless.
Hello Alice,Just wanted to wish you and your family a happy thanksgiving. I saw the pictures of the Marsio and Sindy litter and I’m impressed. I’d love to take Primus home but I’m waiting until Xylia gets a little older before I take on another puppy. I plan on making a couple more additions to the Arrington Rottweiler family next year, I want another adult female like I told you earlier and I’m making space for a male puppy from a Dunjo litter somewhere between spring and summer. I’ll always keep checking out your website for any future upcoming litters of Dunjo, I love that dog. I should put that I’m a fan of Dunjo on facebook. I already made my mind up on where I’m going to get my next two Rottweilers, Guardian Rottweilers. Not only do you have great dogs but you have to be the friendliest and most caring breeder that I’ve been to, other breeders just want your money and that’s it, they won’t bother answering any calls or returning any e-mails unless you want to spend more money. Great customer service Alice, great job! Anyways, good luck with the new litter and take care of all the other great Rottweilers that you have. Once again, I wish you, your family, and your rotties a happy thanksgiving tomorrow.Thank you, James
Here goes another Xylia update. Xylia turned a year old in December and she is between 88 and 95 pounds, I weighed her about a week after she turned 11 months and she weighed 88 pounds and I’m sure she packed on some more weight after a month. Xylia is growing fast and she is close to my 3 year old male Champ in height, she is about 2 to 3 inches shorter than Champ. Xylia has huge baseball glove paws, her head measures 22 inches round, she is a great athlete and has to be my most athletic dog, and she has unbelievable drive. I was looking on your website and Kenzi looks a lot like Xylia.
I’m sure I’ve seen an upcoming litter for Dunjo and Ajsa, did they have a litter? I was talking to a few of my friends who wanted to come by and check out Dunjo and his puppies. I talk about Dunjo all the time and now I have some people who want to check him out. I’m not sure if they will buy a puppy or not but just about everyone I know works in the pet industry and I’m sure they’ll be impressed with Dunjo like me and spread the good news about your dogs to anyone interested. I also like what I see from the new female you have on your website, Ajme, that dog looks like a Rottweiler tank from the picture I saw, nice. How old is Ajme and how much does she weigh? Like I told you earlier, I’m planning on adding a couple more additions to my Rottweiler family around spring time. Once again, I’m looking for an adult female between 2 to 4 years old and I’m going to get a Dunjo male puppy from any litter that you have around that time. I’ll keep you posted on when I’m ready but I just wanted to remind you and hope that you can give me any info on any female Rottweilers that you come across that will be available around that time.
One last thing, if you want to refer anyone to my facebook page to look at pictures of Xylia, I don’t mind. I’ll be posting new pictures of Xylia at 12 months in the near future. I think that’s all I have for now, until next time take care and may God bless you and your family.
Hello Alice, Just wanted to write you an e-mail and wish you, your family, and Rottweilers a happy 4th of July! I was just looking at your website and I'm very impressed with two of your younger Rottweilers in Maxximum and Halo. I would say that I'd be interested in the imports of De Baron and Ubaghi but I'm saving space for a Dunjo male so I'll always be checking you out for future Dunjo litters. I would've taken a Dunjo puppy from your last litter if it was from a different female other than Kenzi, nothing wrong with Kenzi it's just that I already have her sister in Xylia. You have to see Xylia, she is growing and is very strong, fast, quick, and athletic. Xylia is only 18 months but she is around 94 pounds and is developing some strong shoulders and she runs like a gazelle. Champ has gained some muscle because Xylia keeps him busy and active because she always wants to play and never leaves him alone. Xylia is full of energy and plays very rough with Champ. For a 94 pound, 18 month old female, Xylia does a pretty good job playing rough with a strong and powerful 125 pound male in Champ. Xylia doesn't win the battles with Champ but she holds her own. Xylia has established herself as the dominant female between her and Dyna. Dyna is 4 years old and weighs around 88 pounds but Xylia has already out-grown her at 94 pounds. Xylia doesn't have the tank like build that Dyna has yet but she is still growing and working on that. I'll keep checking your website and will stay in touch on any Rottweiler news. Take care, have a great 4th of July, and God bless you and your family. Thank you, James