Our miniature beagles are the first and only internationally recognized Pocket Beagle Breed and the smallest registrable rare breed hound in existence!
No Health Defects
QEPB Registration Papers
GWKC Toy Therapy Dogs
Our supervised network of breeders is devoted to the improvement of the Queen Elizabeth Pocket Beagle: the smallest rare breed hound in existence. We also specialize in toy therapy dogs, Toy Rottweilers, Toy Boxers, Toy Bulldogs, Toy Panda Dogs.
Smallest in the land
Sensitive in nature and adoringly devoted to its family, a Queen Elizabeth Pocket Beagle seems to know what you want! Healthy, it house trains easily.
|| The Rottiebear: A little lapdog that looks like a big Rottweiler
Queen Elizabeth Rottiebear Toy Rottweilers
What is a Rottiebear?
The Queen Elizabeth Rottiebear is companion toy dog breed that resembles a standard Rottweiler. They wear shining mink coats in classic black rottweiler color with high contrast tan, silver, or mahogany points. This miniature mastiff breed has some pug and Queen Elizabeth Pocket Beagle in its heritage, not Rottweiler, and that makes for a great non-aggressive temperament.
We have several lines of this breed maturing between 5 and 20 lbs. This makes the Rottiebear is a teacup to toy sized dog breed that appeals to woman or man or child. Our litters of Rottiebears have nice heads, pudgy bodies, and feel wonderful to hold. They know how to give back love and pay attention to your house training. Their good nature makes them a great choice for children and other animals. And being smaller they are well put together: not prone to joint or skeletal disorders.
One of our happy families had a full size Rottweiler
and bought one of our Rottiebears.
Aren't they having fun!
5% of all puppy sales goes towards the 'Get-A-Wag' program to fund placing puppies with special need children and adults. Pocket Bears are not known to have health defects and a one year health warranty is given on all our puppies.