The Rottweiler, More than just a dog
Thank you for visiting the Home of Rotteln Rottweilers we hope you enjoy a little about our dogs.
We are registered with Dogs NSW and are members of the Rottweiler club of NSW and the Northern Districts Rottweiler club, also holding Executive and Committee positions within both clubs, following the code of ethics set down by the clubs rules.
We do not breed often prefering quality over quantity. All our breeding stock has been Hip and Elbowed scored, has Eye and Mouth Certificates and has suitable Temperaments.
Our Rottweilers have proven that you can be successful in the All Breeds as well as the Specialty Show scene while still being great family companions and wonderful ambassadors for the breed through Public Relations.
While we are very proud of our dogs we know that no matter how long you are involved in a breed there is always so much more to learn.
Please feel free to contact us or to leave feed back Image of 10 acre property, Pelton
Please Remember what you do with your Rottweiler today reflects on the breed as a whole tomorrow
Sue Fletcher Lee Fletcher
Please follow this link rcnsw.com.au the more information and resources sections has lots of information
about the Rottweiler which you may find interesting.
DOGZ ONLINE BREEDERS COMP 1st Rottweiler Breeder NSW and 4th Nationally
PLEASE Say no to the Companion Animal Task Force recommendations- Dont let them lump us in with big commercial breeders.
If these recommendations are passed the laws will then eventually follow to all states.
Breeders like us will no longer have the right to breed as we are, We will no longer be able to raise litters in our house that are socialised with our families. Breeders will be made to keep their breeding dogs and puppies in kennel blocks.
They will bring back yearly council registrations instead of life time registrations which will be more expensive for every dog owner.They will make it law that every puppy or dog sold or given away will have to be desexed before they go to their new families without any consideration to the bad health effects of desexing too early on large breeds and the fact that this is done without pain relief as the pups are too young for any pain meds. It is also shown in research that desexing too early of large breeds is linked to certain bone cancers to name just one thing of many concerns.
They will restrict only 2 dogs for any residental property so if you already own more than 2 dogs which 2 will you keep?
Registered breeders already have a controlling body and a Code of Ethics , Rules and Regulations that we must follow.
We health test, Attend PR and educational days, all our pups leave with information packages and we are available to help new owners.
Our dogs are bred only after they have reach maturity and Bitches are rested between litters usually only having 2 or 3 litters in their life time before they become lady's of leisure.
We help rehome and save many Rottweilers a year.
There are many more issues relating to these recommendations.
We agree, stop puppy farming, teach people responsible ownership but please help us save our right to breed and keep our dogs.
The RSPCA is pushing for these agendas to go through as they did many years ago when trying in the 70's to take control of the registered breeders associations, they lost that time. While there are some wonderful people who work for and care for dogs at the RSPCA please remember this is an organisation that has millions of dollars in the bank but is still calling for donations to rescue dogs, money that is not saving dogs at all. Just look at their kill rate and ask why some breeds don't deserve to be rehomed just destroyed.
The RSPCA should stick to using donations to help rehome and save needy animals and leave the registration of breeders to the organisations which we already have THE ROYAL CANINE COUNCIL trading as Dogs NSW, Australian National Kennel Club.
IT IS NOT DOGS FROM REGISTERED BREEDERS IN SHELTERS SO WHY ARE WE TO BE PUNISHED
You can help by writing to your local member stating you oppose the recommendations set out by the companion animal task force unless Breeders Registered with the Royal Canine Council trading as Dogs NSW/ ANKC are exempt especially if only breeding a couple of times a year, also let them know you oppose yearly registrations and early desexing of large breeds without considering the health implications. We need your help NOW as there is only a couple of weeks left to oppose these recommendations. PLEASE WRITE TO YOUR LOCAL MEMBER before the 10th of May 2013 (must be in their hands before the 10th may 2013)