Hello and Welcome,

 

We have owned Rottweilers since 1988 when we bought our first female, Kimbertal's Cleary (Chelsea). In 1992 we bred her for the second time to Tino's Kuma von Fury CD and kept the pick of that litter -- Kimbertal's Cleary's Cody (Cody). Mother and son were loyal companions to us and our two daughters Dena and Bailee until we lost Chelsea at age 14.

 

We bought Madam Madison's Zoey, CD, RN, NJP, NAP, CGC (Zoey) after Chelsea died and had hoped that Cody would live long enough to welcome her pups into the world. Unfortunately, we missed it by about 3 months as we lost Cody at age 13 in March, 2005.

 

Zoey's claim to fame was her personality, excellent temperament, intelligence, and conformation. We began training her to do Agility in April of 2007 and by the end of 2007 she had earned two Novice Agility Titles. Her 2005 litter produced two American Champions -- Toby and Riley.

 

We kept a male out of Zoey's first litter, CH. Ultimate's Ace of Spades, CD, RN, CGC (Toby) and sold the remaining pups in the hopes and desire that their prospective owners experience the same joy that our family has experienced from Chelsea, Cody and Zoey. Toby has the same qualities that Zoey had, but has his sire's great looks -- Am./Can. CH. Rott Irons I'm The One, CGC -- Baran

 

Toby became an American Champion in October, 2008. He has one Best of Breed and OFA Certified good hips, normal elbows, heart and eyes. If anyone wants more Zoey and/or Toby type rottweilers, consider Toby's stud services.

 

Toby's litter mates went to excellent homes where one is being trained to be a Therapy Dog; one (Riley alias Red Boy) became an American Champion in January 2009 and was handled by the Best Junior Handler at CRC; and others are great loyal pets.

 

In 2010, Therapy Dogs International (www.TDI-Dog.org) certified both Toby and Zoey to be Therapy Dogs. Toby continues to volunteer with us into Nursing Homes, Assisted Living Facilities, Hospitals, Hospice, and Schools.

 

We lost Zoey in November 2012 after she battled a very aggressive and debilitating form of Lymphoma. She was a fighter to the end and was one of the finest Rotts we have ever had. Fortunately, her youngest son, Toby (CH Ultimate's Ace of Spades CD, RN, CGC) is still with us and at ten years old, is doing well. Toby is available for stud service to approved bitches. Please contact us at TheUltimateRottweiler@yahoo.com for more information.

 

Halle (CH Ultimate Queen of Hearts Van Haitsma, BN, RN, CGC) is the newest addition to our Rottie family. Born on March 27, 2013 (Sire - Floijdt Von Kelemen; Dam - Farah Vom Donnerwald), she earned BN, RN, and CGC titles before she was 1 years old and achieved Best of Opposite and Winner's Bitch before she turned 1. Since then she has earned 7 Winner's titles; 4 Best of Winner's titles; and 2 Best of Opposite titles culminating with a her second 4 point major in Dallas on July 5, 2015 earning her an American Championship Title. She also has OFA Certified hips.

 

We hope you enjoy our home on the web and please keep checking back for updates. You can also visit our Facebook page at www.facebook.com/theultimaterottweiler

 

Stan Erman and Deb Erman,
The Ultimate Rottweiler

 

Our goal is to breed The Ultimate Rottweiler - combination of excellent temperment, outstanding intelligence, great personality, and meet all ARC Standards of the Breed. For more information, please fill out a puppy questionnaire or email us.

 

We are:

·         Ethical in all our breeding activities.

·         Innovative and passionate in our approach to breeding.

·         Driven by consistent quality and continuous improvement of our litters.

·         Working synergistically with our breeding partners to achieve our common objectives.

·         Personally dedicated to the health and well being of our family, dogs, partners and prospective owners.

 

 

  

Zoey

Zoey

Toby

Toby

Halle

Halle

Ginny

Ginny

 

 

 

 

Toby and Halle 2015

Toby and Halle 2015

 

Cody and Bailee

Cody and Bailee

 


Toby charming the ladies as a therapy dog at an Assisted Living Facility

 


Toby guarding our 17 month old grandson, Luke, "The Little Man."