RoseHaven Kennel Is a small breeding and training business in Delaware, Ohio operated by Aaron and Marnie Rose. Both Aaron and Marnie’s families have deep roots in dog breeding and training and their goals have always been to become better at what they do for dogs and their owners. Their formal education is in genetics, veterinarian, animal and human behavioral sciences. They have both served time in the US Army, local law enforcement and private security, all of which utilized the Roses’ training skills and highly trained K9s.

 

RoseHaven breeds the working line German Shepherd’s dog, all to the German Standard and with a complete health and temperament guarantee. The Roses’  train and compete their dogs in Schutzhund, the civilian sport of the police/protection breed test, and are very active members of the United Schutzhund Clubs of America. Aaron is President & Head Helper and Marnie is the Director for a local club, Gigglebox Hundesport.

 

RoseHaven offers dogs to families for home protection, Schutzhund enthusiasts for competition, and also works with law enforcement, military and search & rescue groups. All of the Rose’s dogs are raised and trained in their home underfoot and the Kennel occasionally has puppies, puppies in training and trained adults available. Aaron and Marnie both invest a lot of hard work and passion into what they do and as such their dogs are a precious and integral part of their family. This gives them great insight into the health, temperament and capabilities of their dogs as well as an ability to use great discernment when placing them with an owner.

Our Mission

Our mission is to breed the highest quality German Shepherd’s Dogs while offering excellent, all-breed-inclusive, personalized training to our clients and their dogs. We do this by maintaining a strong focus on working ability, temperament, health and conformation during each generation of breeding. Our training solutions provide each and every student we serve with the tools they’ll need to be successful handlers long-term. Whether you’re looking for a family companion, service dog or compete in Schutzhund, we are confident that we can help you choose the right German Shepherd’s Dog and develop a training program best suited to your needs.

What you can expect from the pros RoseHaven Kennel

At RoseHaven Kennel, our training techniques for both dogs and handlers have been developed through innovative research and tested in real life situations. We view our dogs as part of our family. With this in mind we have a safe and humane repertoire of training that still proves reliable and easy for new handlers to implement. Our techniques and philosophy maintains a balanced approach of motivation through proper drive development, and reliability through the appropriate reinforcement.  Our methods are proven through competition and continuing education.

Training with RHK will allow you to…

  • You will learn how to train your own dog.
  • Walk your dog without being pulled.
  • Have your dog come when called.
  • Have your dog lay calmly at your side.
  • Have your dog exhibit appropriate manners with visitors.
  • Be able to take your dog to the vet or groomer’s and have them behave mannerly.
  • Actually enjoy a happy relationship with your dog.

Our instruction is conducted as private lessons.  Our established students also have the added benefit of practicing in a group environment with older and more experienced handlers in between lessons. We offer single private lessons, a discounted package of six lessons and a discounted yearly rate of 52 lessons. Several times a year we also offer group seminars at a daily rate. Please give us a call for pricing.

All of our training comes with full customer support and guarantee. Please give us a call for your custom training needs and pricing. We are always happy to answer any questions.

IPO/Schutzhund

Working Dog Sport developed from the working dog sport of Schutzhund, Schutzhund is a German word meaning “protection dog”. It refers to a sport that focuses on developing and evaluating those traits in dogs that make them more useful and happier companions to their owners. Working Dog Sport (IPO) work concentrates on three parts. Many are familiar with the obedience work of the American Kennel Club’s affiliates and will recognize the first two parts, tracking and obedience. The IPO standards for the third part, protection work, are similar to those for dogs in police work.