For 28 years now as a hobby I had raised beautiful AKC Rottweilers. Gorgeous dogs, wonderful structure and excellent temperaments. It was time for me make a change as there was nothing else I could do at this point to improve them any better than they are today. Since 2006, I still guide my husband with the Rottweilers and I have taken on the wonderful breed of AKC Shetland Sheepdogs. With careful studying of lines and structure, I hope to succeed in Shelties as well as I have done with the Rottweilers in the past.
The year 2013 is CAMARRRO'S 25th Anniversary of raising wonderful healthy Rottweilers. In this 25th year we got a bit of a surprise. We whelped our first litter to contain long haired puppies. At first I thought they were heavy coated and once they lost their puppy coat their regular short coat would come in. Well it didn't. As a researched the Rottweiler breed even though I thought I had seen it all, her coat is actually a disqualifying fault.
By the time I realized what was happening with her coat we had already found a home for her brother which is long haired as well. In 25 years I had never owned such a wonderful Rottweiler. Her boning is any breeders dream. She also has a excellent laid back temperament. The other Rottweilers treat her as if she is a totally different breed. Althought she is not considered showable in confirmation due to her coat, we will be considering doing obedience with her. She would also make a great therapy dog.
This type of Rottweiler is like no other. I have also researched others who have had the pleasure of owning one of these wonderful dogs. I feel although her coat is undesirable in the standard it would be a waste not to share the experience of owning one these wonderful dogs with others. They will be offered as pets on a limited registration only after they are altered. They will have to be spayed or neutered by the time they are 8 months of age....no exceptions!
I have had that question asked "What are they mixed with?" The answer is simply nothing. They are just out of purebred Rottweilers that carry the long hair gene.
When available they will be posted on our Rottweiler website at
My Long Haired Rottweiler Lil' Marie pictured at 7 months old.
We often get asked this question. "Do Shelties get along with other dogs?" Well if that question might ever of crossed your mind, then this should answer that for you. These two breeds have absolutely nothing in common, but raised together...they can live in harmony.
CAMARRRO'S DRIVING MISS DAISY *Daisy* Rottweiler
CAMARRRO'S NOTHING RUNS LIKE A DEERE *Johnnie* Sheltie