What promises are you making to me?
We are guaranteeing that:
- you are purchasing a registered purebred dog with the parents that we have stated have produced him
- the pup arrives to you healthy and well socialized and that we have done everything in our power to determine that he is the right match for you
- in the event that your dog develops a heritable health or temperament disorder, we will refund a portion of your purchase price or offer you another puppy at no cost
- and, most importantly, we will be there for you, whatever your needs may be, and, if something happens to you, we will take care of your dog.
It says that my dog must be an indoor companion. Can’t I build a kennel outside?
The Rottweiler is happiest when he is with his family. He is people oriented and is not well suited to life in a kennel. This is especially true in the case of our dogs. We raise pups carefully to ensure that they will be the best possible companions. To this end, we choose owners who also want to share their lives with their dogs.
An outdoor kennel or fenced yard is important, however, it should not be used for primary living quarters. Left to his own devices, the Rottweiler will become bored and destructive. He will also develop bad habits, such as barking or snarling at passersby. It is important that you are alongside your pup during his development and adolescence to ensure that he does not develop these bad behaviors.
When it says that I agree to feed your recommend diet, does that mean BARF?
Not necessarily. We wean pups on a raw diet and would like each owner to at least listen to our reasons why. However, we are realistic in understanding that this diet is not for everybody. If you do not want to continue with a raw diet, we would be happy to work with you to determine a diet that will best suit your pup. In these cases, we suggest that you provide us with some of what the pup will be eating at home so that we can acclimate him to it while he’s still here.