• Guardian Rottweilers takes FIRST PLACE KENNEL at the 2013 ADRK Klubsieger in Rottweil, Germany!!

Guardian Vex Von Gottschalk

Guardian Vex Von Gottschalk

OH. MY. GOODNESS!!!!!!!!!  This boy right here though!!!  HOLY COW!!  If I could have written on a piece of paper everything that I would have hoped for in this litter, he would have taken that piece of paper, ripped it up and said, “I’ll do you one EVEN BETTER!”  He is MASSIVE for his age- in every definition of the word!  His arms are as thick as my 9 year old son’s and his feet are almost as big as my 17 year old daughters palms!!  He is wide and stocky and so very, very heavy.  He is a BRUTE!!  And his HEAD!!  If he looks like this now, at only 6 weeks old, I truly cannot even begin to imagine what he will look like at 2-3 years of age!!  This boy here will leave his mark on the world and is destined for some really great things!!  SUPER heavy top skull, very deep stop and very short, full muzzle.  He has a correct scissor bite and very dark mouth pigment.  His ears are correctly set and carried making that already RIDICULOUS head even wider.  His mahogany is so rich and vibrant- photos simply do not do this boy justice!!  Character is OUTSTANDING!!  he is active and outgoing with excellent drive and loves to play and yet he is still sweet and loving and takes a correction very well.  He is very clever and eager to please and will learn very quickly.  He is my PICK MALE from Xoana’s litter and will come with FULL REGISTRATION!


Hi Alice,
Sending you love and hugs from Boomer. He is an amazing puppy, he’s so intelligent it makes my head spin. He’s fully potty trained, he barks and goes to the door, when he wants to go. He knows about 10 commands, he enjoys mental stimulation. Let me tell you how smart he is, when he whines because he doesn’t want to be in the crate at night, my husband says go nite nite and he does exactly that and begins to snore. Now I don’t know how my husband taught him that but he does it every time.
He loves to chew everything in site, so he has lots of toys to redirect what he chews. We are blessed that he has not torn up our expensive furniture, but we really watch him while he’s out of the crate which is about 90% of the time when we’re home.
He still whines when my husband leaves for about 1 minutes and then he whines while I’m getting dressed. Once we leave he instantly quiets and goes to sleep.
We have cameras and can see him while at work.
My husband is in and out since his office is in our home, so he’s never by himself more than 3-4 hours at a time.
He goes to church with us in Sunday’s and stays in my husbands office during service. Not once has he barked or cried.
He had his 2nd vet visit last week and was 25.8 pounds and I think he’s about 2 pounds heavy today. He’s very healthy, always wants to learn, he’s has adapted to our sleeping schedule and is just an extraordinary puppy.
He gets a little attitude when corrected, but clearly knows who’s the boss. He always wants to please and he is my husbands shadow.
I have been giving him some omega oils for his coat, since he has dandruff and have seen a great improvement.

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.

I love him with all my heart but I think my husband has me beat. That’s his shadow and he doesn’t let my husband out of his site.
This puppy right here is precious and I can’t wait to enjoy all of his new adventures and stages.
I hope all is well with you and Boomer Vex Von sends his love. Thank you for this wonderful gift, I know we paid for him but money can’t buy what we have in this puppy. May God continue to bless you and your family and may you keep producing these amazing love bugs!
It’s hard for me to get pictures, but the last one is of him with his groomer.

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