Our dogs are a part of our family.
Rottweilers are loyal dogs who will follow you room to room and desire to be with those they love.
They do not do well in a kennel environment nor should be chained up.
Rottweilers should never be left unattended with a child. Any family with young children seeking a Rottweiler should find a breeder who has dogs with bloodlines which do well with a family climate.
Some bloodlines emphasize stronger working temperaments which could mean higher drives in prey and aggression.
Study the lines and speak to breeders before making a decision. Rottweilers who have high working drives require a lot of exercise and a dominate handler.
Pictured right, 2013, three generations of DBR females: Bubbles, Lucie and Vegas.
Above, generation #4
10 week old female going to a show home in Texas in two days. This is our 4th generation DBR bred girl. This photo was unedited with exception to cropping. Photo taken Feb 21, 2016
All puppies are sold. V-1 Viper Von Der Alten Festung IPO-1 x Kela XXIV Karat Gold V DBR. Pictures below at 5 thru 7 weeks old. Photos Oct 30, 2017. Please check back for updates in the beginning of 2018.
Previous Puppies at DBR
If you are interested in having "the ultimate Rottweiler" from Kela or DBR, advanced reservations are highly suggested. Due to our limited breeding plans, litters are usually spoken for before they arrive, and the average waiting period can be over 6 months .
DouPictured Left to Right: Lucie, Raikou, Pauahi, Kiki and "Butch" who is visiting on maternity leave. Photo March 15 2018ble click here
We cWe currently don't have any planned breedings to announce. However, if you are a responsible, loving home looking for a Rottweiler, we would gladly provide you referrals to other breeders who may be expecting puppies soon. Please read, "Finding a Breeder" on our site and then contact us for details.
DBR's The Black Mamba, aka "Raikou" pictured at almost 8 months and #97lbs.
Pictured below the last litter from Kela Rottweilers (Viper x Butch) who were born at DBR Farm