Logan has been Multi High in Trial, Multi High Combined, Multi High Overall in Herding


Logan has been High in Trial in Open B, Multi High in Class or various levels in obedience


Logan has been Multi High in Tracking for his FH1, TR1 and his various SCH titles as well as Multi High in Trial


Logan has earned his ARC Versatility Excellent


Logan has also earned his RCC Hall of Fame, RCC Versatility Dog and the 1st Rottweiler for RCC Versatility Dog Excellent



“Photo courtesy of Danny Geremia – all rights reserved and permission granted”

Logan & Gwen

Logan & Gwen - Photo credit courtesy of Garry Baldwin

A Title
By Sandy Mowery

Not just a brag, not just a stepping stone to a higher title, not just an adjunct to competitive scores. A Title is a tribute to the dog that bears it, a way to honor that dog, an ultimate memorial. It will remain in the record and in the memory for about as long ...as anything in this world can remain. Few humans will do as well or better in that regard. And though the dog himself doesn't know or care that this achievements have been noted, a Title says many things in the world of humans, where such things count.
A Title says your dog was intelligent, and adaptable, and good-natured. It says that your dog loved you enough to do the things that please you, however crazy they may have sometimes seemed. And a Title says that you loved your dog, that you loved to spend time with him because he was a good dog, and that you believed in him enough to give him yet another chance when he failed (or you did), and that in the end your faith was justified.

A Title proves that your dog inspired you to have the special relationship enjoyed by so few; that in a world of disposable creatures, this dog with a Title was greatly loved, and loved greatly in return. And when that dear short life is over, the Title remains as a memorial of the finest kind, the best you can give to a deserving friend, volumes of praise in one small set of initials before or after the name. A Title is nothing less than love and respect, given and received permanently.


old grey muzzle tour

logan at 14 yearsI was very privileged and honored that Logan was selected as one of the 13 Rottweilers that Dr. Waters visited on his 2016 Old Grey Muzzle Tour.  This has been a Tour I have been wanting Logan to be a part of for so very long.   As we all know, getting a Rottweiler to 13 is no easy feat in itself.  Logan received his visit from Dr. Waters on March 29, 2016.  We had a lovely 5 hour visit where Logan was treated with great respect and admiration by Dr. Waters.  We literally celebrated Logan’s life in those 5 hours.  We went on a short walk to see Logan move and then he received his thorough exam by Dr. Waters.  Logan was extremely happy and bright that day and was thrilled to be the centre of attention.   Logan will soon turn 14 years old on June 9, 2016.  He is the last surviving dog of his litter of 8.  His brother Sam also made the tour but unfortunately died a few weeks after his visit with Dr. Waters.  SO sad to hear this news.  God speed Sam – you were a good boy and will be missed.

We are grateful that Logan is still here with us and we wish and hope for many more “good” days with Logan.  Time is finite and when you have a Rottweiler as old as Logan, you sure get a large dose of reality as to just how precious life really is when they make it to be this old.  Losing a dog at any age takes its toll on your heart but losing a dog that has made it this far …… well they become part of your very fibre and being as they have been such a mainstay in your life for so long.  We are blessed to have you Logan and cherish each and every day you have remaining with us.  You are loved beyond words and you are simple the BEST!!!

logan with Dr. Waters


Conformation achievements:

2013 RCC National Sieger Show BEST VETERAN, 2010 RCC National, Sieger and Most Beautiful Rottweiler in Show, FWRC - Regional Adult Select (USRC 2007), 2006 RCC Alberta Sieger and Most Beautiful Rottweiler in Show, Multi AKC Best in Shows (2005), MHRC Best in Specialty Show (2005), Multi Awards of Merit, Multi V-1 Rated, Am/Can/UCI Int’l CH

Logan also earned the following awards with several national breed clubs and all breed clubs:

ARC Versatility Excellent (2006), 2004 RCC Hall of Fame, 2007 RCC Versatility Dog and 2012 RCC Versatility Excellent Dog (first dog in RCC to receive the same), 2008 USRC Gold Merit Award, 2005 AKC #3 All Breed and #6 Breed, 2006 CKC Top Herding Dogs (Arena): #1 Herding Started All Breed and #1 Breed, #3 Herding Intermediate Breed, 2009 RCC #1 Overall (Conformation and Obedience), 2009 RCC #1 Novice Dog and #8 Open Dog, 2009 RCC #4 Obedience Overall (Open and Novice), 2009 CKC #4 All Breed and 2009 RCC #3 Breed, CKC Top Ranked Dog in Obedience for 2010, 2011 and 2012, CKC Top Ranked Dog in Herding for 2007 to 2011.

Performance achievements:

TCh, OTCH, BH, BST, FH1 (High in Tracking) TR1 (High in Tracking), SchH3/VPG3 (Multi HIT and High Scoring Tracking etc.), Am/Can TD/TDX, UTD, UTDX, Am/Can CD (HIT and Multi HIC), Am/Can RN, Am/Can HT, CS, DDX, UD (HIC for 1 leg), RE (all 3 legs HIC), HS, HI, HA, SDS, SDI, STDscd, HTAD1, HTAD2, HRD1, JHD, HIC (Herding: Multi HIT, Multi High Combined, Multi High Overall), TT, CGC

chic Logan's Health Clearances can be found on his OFA page (link below), as well DNA sample donated to Canine Health Research:


Logan has been that "once in a lifetime" dog for me. I was very fortunate to have such a great dog as my first dog. Although that being said, it will be tough for any other dog to come along in my life, to fill his shoes. Logan has achieved milestones in both conformation and performance. Not only is he a multi Best in Show dog in AKC he is also a SchH3 dog with many many other titles in front and behind his name. I believe Logan is happiest when working. He has been a joy to train as he has enjoyed all of the working things we have done together. He is eager to learn and quick to pick up on new things. As you can see from his performance achievements, there is not much that Logan has not accomplished. I have added a few new things for Logan to learn in his twilight years and that is carting (drafting) and obedience (utility). Before Logan came into my life, I always wanted a dog who could obtain a utility title (UD). I decided when Logan was 7 1/2 that we would start to train for this. We were very fortunate to obtain the UD title in 10 months of trialling!! As I look towards the future, and my life in Rottweilers, I look forward to working Logan’s daughter, Lana. I have been impressed with Logan's kids out there, they are showing that they have inherited the great work ethic of their Dad as well as their ability to compete in the conformation ring. If I can only achieve half of what Logan has been able to accomplish with any of my Rottweilers that come after him, I will be truly blessed.



Logan's Veteran's obedience, perfect score of 200 !



Logan's SCH 1 tracking

Logan's SCH 3 obedience

Logan's SCH 3 protection

Logan's SCH 1 obedience

Logan's SCH 1 protection

Logan's SCH 1 tracking

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