Expected Litter Announcement

We are very happy to announce our 1st litter. Our beautiful Nikki is expecting her puppies around July 30th . This is an exciting combination of two lovely, intelligent working dogs. Both dogs show great promise on the working field and are currently being trained in IPO at Croft IPO club.

Both Dogs have been hip and elbow scored using the ADRK scheme.

Sire: Eylauerhof’s Lacky  

Eylauerhof’s Lacky (call name Kodi) is HD and ED-free

he has also qualified BH, IPO1, IPO2 and has passed the Breeding Suitability Test (BST) under ADRK Judge Prof. Dr. Peter Friedrich. He is hopefully very close to obtaining his IPO3 qualification. Kodi is trained regularly at Croft IPO Club and can be seen in action on request. Kodi has a brilliant temperament on and off the working field. he is great with other dogs and people. He is a beautiful example of the breed. He has the drive to work brilliantly on the field but is also the perfect house dog, living with his family and cats.

Dam: Akaeylauer Hof Nikki

Nikki is HD and ED free and JLPP clear. She is a beautiful Rottweiler who excels on the working field showing excellent drive and confidence. She is also a lovely dog to have at home and her temperament is second to none. She is great with kids and other dogs and has never shown any aggression. She is a real sweetheart and loves people.

If you have any questions about reserving one of the litter please don’t hesitate to get in touch.



BAGSD Super Trophy 2017

Last weekend was the much awaited BAGSD Super Trophy event. Our club Croft IPO Club had the honour of hosting the event and we had a brilliant time. It was great to see such amazing dogs competing and meeting some great people with a real passion for the sport.

It was also great to see two working Rottweilers competing, and hopefully the Überlegen will make an appearance in future events.

All photographs were taken by the talented Joanne Gibson.


JLPP All clear!

We are excited to share the news that our dogs Nikki (Akaeylauer Hof Nikki) and Moz (Eylauerhof’s Mozart) have tested clear (N/N) for JLPP (Juvenile Laryngeal Paralysis & Polyneuropathy). Obviously we are over the moon at the news.

Juvenile Laryngeal Paralysis & Polyneuropathy (JLPP) is a genetic disease that affects the nerves. In affected dogs, JLPP starts with the longest nerves in the body, one of the longest nerves is the one that supplies the muscles of the voice box (larynx) leading to muscle weakness and laryngeal paralysis as the first symptom. The vocal folds vibrate noisily and can obstruct the flow of air into the lungs when the dog is exercised or when it is hot. The dog may also choke on their food or water or regurgitate, and this can cause pneumonia. The disease then progresses to the next longest nerves which supply the muscles of the back legs resulting in difficulty getting up and wobbly gait, the hind limbs are followed by the front limbs. Other symptoms include abnormalities in eye development. Symptoms typically start after weaning age. – (laboklin.com)