Teresa Bradley, PHA
I was raised at the dog shows by a mother who was highly competitive in obedience. She was the first Canadian with an American OTCH, and although she trained many breeds, my favorite was the obedience Rottweilers.
When I mastered walking, I began showing. I started in PeeWee Junior Handling and continued until I was old enough to win Best Junior in my Province two years in a row.
In 1987 I finished my first AKC Champion Rottweiler for my mother. During this time, I finished many CKC and AKC Champions of assorted breeds.  All through High School, I worked for an all-breed handler on the weekends and every summer I would travel to shows, finishing many von Siegerhaus Rottweilers along the way. One year I showed a female named "K.C" only three times and finished her AKC Champion title with three consecutive five point majors!

In 1993, I moved to Washington and showed dogs Professionally while I finished my college degree.  During this time, I showed four Rotties into Top Ten status (AKC and CKC). I also managed the kennels for von Siegerhaus. This included all training, whelping and raising litters.

In my spare time, I enjoy as many of the performance events as I can. The first time I competed at a herding trial, "Babe" went High in Trial at the Texas Nationals and she went on to be #2 Herding Rott that year. The first ARC Carting Trial at the 2000 Nationals was also my first experience at carting. "AJ" and I won High in Trial from the off-lead class with a score of 99. "AJ" also made ARC Top Ten status in Agility.

Most of these extra curricular activities are with my own dogs, but I have always done obedience titles for others as well. In fact, I was only 15 years old when I trained and trailed "Quick" to his American and Canadian CDX. Before that, I had trained my Yorkie to UD work. Since then, I have trained and titled over 75 Rottweilers to working titles.

1999 I relocated to Washington State and became a Rottweiler breeder of Champions, in fact "Babe" later attained ARC GOLD producer status and her puppies were the first to be registered as Neu-Rodes.

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