Preserving a Working Heritage
We are an AKC sanctioned, code of ethics Rottweiler club whose members are dedicated to preserving the working heritage of this extraordinarily versatile breed. We strive to promote a positive image of the Rottweiler by participating in many community events that allow the general public to meet well rounded, stable examples of this breed. We sponsor numerous events every year including: temperament tests, herding trials, rattlesnake avoidance training, tracking, and agility, obedience and conformation shows. Check out our events page for the upcoming events.
We also provide adoption and rescue services and occasionally have dogs in need of a forever home. All dogs adopted from SRCSD are spayed/neutered, vaccinated, microchipped and temperament tested before going to their new home. During their stay in foster homes, they learn basic commands and house manners.
In 1987, a group of Rottweiler fanciers created a club dedicated to preserve, promote and protect the Rottweiler breed through community education and organized events sanctioned. With some members having over 50 years of experience with the breed, our club sponsors and members participate in Agility, Barn Hunt, Carting, Herding, Obedience, Rally, Tracking and of course, some who just enjoy their loyal companion Rottweilers.
The Rottweiler is not a suitable breed for everyone and unprepared new owners find themselves with more dog than expected. Rental property that accepts Rottweilers is extremely hard to find. For these reasons and others, Rottweilers are left to shelters and rescues. We have a VERY small foster program with only a few dogs at a time who, through no fault of their own, have been relinquished to us.