Welcome and thank you for taking the time to read a little bit about our dogs. The name Tierney comes from the Irish origin meaning Regal and Noble which best describes the Rottweiler and hence the kennel name was born. I started out in Rottweilers in June 2002 when my boy, Logan, was born. He was my first Rottweiler and my first introduction into this lovely breed. He came to me from Maplemor Rottweilers. Logan has turned out to be that one in a million dog for me. He is able to compete in conformation and be a great working partner. I was fortunate enough to get beauty and brains in one package. Please visit Logan's page to see all of his amazing accomplishments. My second Rottweiler to come into my life, was Lucy. She was my heart and soul dog and is greatly missed in our pack. Lucy also has her own page and I welcome you to take a look at her amazing accomplishments as well. On top of showing and working my dogs, I also have donated a large amount of my time to Rottweilers in need. I feel it is very important to give back to our breed in some way and for me, that is helping out with fostering, transporting, fundraising etc. for worthy Rottweiler causes. The house is always open to a Rottweiler in need.
I belong to several Rottweiler breed clubs: Rottweiler Club of Canada (RCC) and United States Rottweiler Club (USRC). As well, we are members of CKC, AKC, CADF, Canadian Cane Corso Association and the German Shepherd Schutzhund Club of Canada (GSSCC). I have sat on a Board with the City of Calgary Animal Services for Responsible Pet Ownership. I currently sit on the Executive Board for the Rottweiler Club of Canada (RCC) and the Canadian Cane Corso Association. As well, I am a member of the Alberta Disciplinary Committee for the RCC and was a member of the Board of Inquiry for the USRC.
Contact us at:
Gwen Haynes: email@example.com
Lana Lieben and London Photo Credit : Gary Baldwin
JD, with owner Jason, Shannon & Leto Photo Credit: Gary Baldwin