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“Temperament: Loyal, Loving, Confident Guardian”

 Rottweiler Dog Breed Information. Retrieved April 15, 2018 from www.AKC.org

 

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“A well-bred and properly raised Rottie will be calm and confident, courageous but not unduly aggressive. The aloof demeanor these world-class guardians present to outsiders belies the playfulness, and downright silliness, that endear Rotties to their loved ones.”

Rottweiler Dog Breed Information. Retrieved April 15, 2018 from www.AKC.org

 

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“The Rottweiler is a robust working breed of great strength descended from the mastiffs of the Roman legions. A gentle playmate and protector within the family circle, the Rottie observes the outside world with a self-assured aloofness.”

Rottweiler Dog Breed Information. Retrieved April 15, 2018 from www.AKC.org

 

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Our club members include nationally-recognized judges and breeders.

 

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The Rottweiler Club of New Mexico conducts sanctioned matches and licensed events. Our May Sweepstakes and Specialty shows attract Rottweilers from around the country.

 

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The RCNM is an active group, scheduling both formal and informal events. Take a moment and enjoy some of the RCNM members and their Rottweilers in action. Dock diving, carting, and therapy are shown.

 

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 Many of our Rottweilers have titled in conformation, obedience, therapy, rally, herding, carting and more.

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Contact the Rottweiler Club of New Mexico where you will find supportive, energetic, and involved owners and dogs.

Rottweiler Club of New Mexico

7820 Enchanted Hills Blvd. NE, Ste A212
Rio Rancho, NM 87144

505.720.8249

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website: rottweilerclubnm.org
Facebook: Rottweiler Club of New Mexico

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RCNM…Making a positive difference in our member’s lives and the lives of all of the Rottweilers we touch