Bull Mastweiler

The Bull Mastweiler is a designer dog cross between the Bullmastiff and Rottweiler. These dogs are alert, agile, protective, loyal and devoted to their family. With proper training they can be great with children, other canines and pets raised together with them. They will make wonderful humane companion and great watchdog for the family.

Boxer Collie

The Boxer Collie is the result of a cross between the Boxer and another pure breed dog of the Collie type. The Collie type encompasses several breeds, well-known among them the Rough Collie, the Shetland Sheepdog, the Australian Cattle Dog, and perhaps the best-known, the Border Collie, said to be the most intelligent and trainable … Read more

Bernese Rottie

The Bernese Rottie is a cross between a purebred Bernese Mountain Dog and a purebred Rottweiler. A large dog given to relaxing and lounging when not at work. It is inactive indoors, but due to its size, still requires space in which to move freely. It is ideal for suburban and rural areas, rather than … Read more

Cane Corso Italiano

The Cane Corso is an Italian dog breed that is valued highly in Italy as a guardian, hunter and companion. It is a descendant from the old Roman Molossian formerly scattered all over Italy. The name was derived from the Latin 'cohors' meaning protector and guardian of the farmyard. The word Corso in the breed's … Read more


The Reagle is a cross of the Rottweiler and the Beagle, two well-known breeds that started as working or hunting dogs but are now more popularly kept as companions or pets. The Beagle is an English breed, a small-to-medium scenthound that was used for ground scenting hare and excelled in slower-paced hunts. Aside from the … Read more


The Rottaf is an impressive mix of strength and majesty, endurance and grace. Bred of the Rottweiler and the Afghan Hound, dogs known for singularities in appearance and/or personality, the Rottaf promises to be a dog like no other. With cross-breeding being an inexact science, there is no sure way to tell which parent breed … Read more


The Rotterman is from two German working breeds better known – or feared – for their strength and perceived aggressiveness. The Rottweiler and the Doberman, both medium-to-large dogs with sturdy musculature, were bred for specific purposes, among them personal security. The Rottweiler was originally a farm dog, herding livestock and pulling carts to market, while … Read more

Argentine Dogo

The Argentine Dogos (also known as Argentino Dogo or Argentine Mastiff) are large, white and muscular dogs developed in Argentina. They are bred for big-game such as hunting, including wild boar and puma. They are also called Argentine Mastiff and Dogo Argentino. These dogs are naturally robust, very intelligent and have a quick response as … Read more

Swedish Lapphund

The Swedish Lapphund dog breed originated from Sweden. It is one of three Lapphund breeds developed from a type of dog used by the Sami people for herding and guarding their reindeer. Sometimes called 'the black beauty of Norrland', is most likely one of Sweden's oldest breeds. Other names of the Swedish Lapphund are Lapphund, … Read more

St Weiler

St. Weilers are cross breeds between the Rottweiler and Saint Bernard. These breeds are non-aggressive, friendly and affectionate. They are typically known to be easy going, calm and protective dog. They appear to have a built like the Saint Bernard with the markings of a Rottweiler.