I cannot put into words how excited I am for this breeding! Champion Crom di Alaricus Rex was not just one of the best producing studs, earning the prestigious title of FCI Champion in Reproduction, but he was also a very treasured friend. Crom was a direct son of Mambo Von Der Crossener Ranch, arguably one of the best producers in the world to date- famous world wide for his typey progeny and that unmistakable head type. Mambo is one of the most line bred dogs in the breed with breeders hoping to capitalize on his strong type that remains consistent generations later. Crom was, without a doubt, my most favorite Mambo kid ever. He was a beast on the field, a ‘Rott’ star in the ring, but most importantly, he had a bombproof temperament. Crom was noble and majestic, ferociously protective of all he loved, funny and clever, and so very affectionate and loving. He had this way of pulling you in for a hug by wrapping his paws around your shoulders and tucking his head under your chin- it felt as though you were being embraced by a human, but with the unconditional love that only a Rottie could give.
Crom’s final gift to me was a litter with my Isis which resulted in some of my finest pups, including Puck. Puck is an incredible male with all the bone and substance Isis has grown famous for producing with Crom’s type and temperament added as a bonus. Character is everything you would have expected from an Isis and Crom baby, and then some. He is this fat, pumpkin headed beast built like a rhino who thinks he is a kitten! Puck has spent the last couple of months on tour in Europe and, just like his dad, has completely rocked it. Besides being just a phenomenal Rottweiler all around, Puck is very special to me.
The mom, Xoana, is a pretty spectacular female as well. She won her first trophy at her very first show on the day she was old enough to compete (4 months of age exactly!) She captivated everyone, especially the judge who thought her character was one of the best he had seen! She was raised and trained by my oldest daughter and is just fantastic in every way. I can always count on Xoana for anything and everything- biddable, happy, eager, confident. I have waited 3 years for this breeding and and I cannot wait to meet these babies!!
Xoana’s Gorgeous Girls:
Xoana’s Magnificent Males:
He goes to the vet on May 12th to get his final shots and he can finally get out and about with other puppies.
Everyone at the Vet hospital he goes too, runs to his room to see him and how big he is. They said they have never seen such a large head and well proportioned body on a Rottweiler. They were also dog trainers and showed their dogs and said Boomer is extraordinary.
Here’s some better ones at 11 weeks old. He grabbed the top of my husbands water bottle. And a few of him going to sleep!
He’s huge at almost 6 months and is the most lovable dog I’ve ever seen. Everywhere he goes, he makes an impact on everyone.
We took Velma to the Patterson Veterinary yesterday and she got her second set of shots, doctor said everything looks good. By the way we renamed her Anna!
Almost have her house broken 95%, she learns really quick!! Sure knows what treats are already.
Bob and I want to wish you and your family a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year! Thought you would like a picture of Anna @ 10 months.
Sandy & Bob
“Bronx” Guardian Vyper Von Gottschalk
Hi! We wanted to send you a 13 week picture of Bronx. He is so amazing!!!
We hope you are all doing well!Thanks again,
Guardian Valerie Von Gottschalk
Girls awards for puppy class graduation (click here to see award!)