von Zennith’s Jacco
At 19 months of age Von Zennith Jacco weighed 130 lbs!
German Rottweiler von Zennith Jacco
Notes from the Breeder
Jacco is one of our most exciting upcoming males. Jacco is a very large 67-68cm and a most beautifully built dog. He has tremendous bone strength , incredible substance and musculature. Jacco has unbelievable movement, stunning mahogany color, 2a eye color and dark mouth pigment. Jacco is a most impressive dog of extreme size and power but at the same time is a very dry dog with excellent proportions. In the show ring he is always at the top of his class and has received Multi V ratings including V2 at the 2008 USRC Nationals and 2007 SE Select Youth Male.
|V-2 RATED & USRC SELECT YOUTH MALE|
|BH, AD, SchH/VPG 1|
|WEIGHT 57 KG|
|DNA ~ V536360|
Multi V1 EX von Gruntenblick
Sch/VPG1,BH,Ztp, VDH Bundesjugendsieger’03’, Badenjugensieger’03’, Leipzigjugendsieger’03’
Jacco’s famous father EX vom Gruntenblick ~ Sch/VPG1, BH, 2003 Bundesjugendsieger, Badenjugendsieger, Leipziggendsieger was bred by the famous Gruntenblick kennel in Germany.
Kiss of Nicola’s Lions
Kiss of Nicola’s Lion ~ IPO1, is a massive female with incredible bone strength and substance, she is a very powerful female with a very strong head, dark eyes and dark mouth pigment. She is very well angulated with a strong and short back and very deep and broad chest. Kiss also is a very free and powerful mover. Kiss has strong working drives with a real inner confidence and very stable character.As impressive as Jacco is he would not be in our kennel if not for his outstanding temperament and working ability. Here is a male that exemplifies what a Rottweiler should look like!
This German Rottweiler is within standard for this breed. The Rottweiler standard includes:
Body. Chest roomy, broad and deep with well-sprung ribs. Depth of brisket will not be more, and not much less than 50 percent of shoulder height. Back straight, strong and not too long, ratio of shoulder height to length of body should be as 9 is to 10, loins short, strong and deep, flanks not tucked up.
For more information on the standard for Rottweilers visit the AKC website.