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Training has resumed. Contact us for more information.  

Congratulations to all exhibitors

Our 30th Annual Breed Championship Grading & Critiquing Show was another success. Congratulations to ALL exhibitors and a huge THANK YOU to all those who supported our show, especially those from out of the province. A BIG thank you to our Breed Judge: Mrs Letsie Fischer (Gauteng) and her husband, Johann for traveling from Gauteng to come […]


Entries close 31st May 2018. Entry forms are on KUSA website or contact us. Come and join us on the 16th June 2018* for our 30th Annual Breed Championship Grading & Critiquing Show. Venue: Gelofte Hoorskool, 2 Caversham Road, Pinetown, KZN.

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Choosing a Rottweiler

About us

The Natal Rottweiler Association founded in 1978, is a Specialist Rottweiler Training Club, affiliated to the Kennel Union of Southern Africa. The NRA is a non-profit, service-oriented association for the purpose of promoting and encouraging the love for Rottweilers.

The NRA has the wellbeing, image and the Rottweiler breed at heart. We believe the Rottweiler is misunderstood by a lot of people due the image portrayed in films and the press. The Rottweiler is a protective and loving dog and is a great part of any family.

The NRA believes that it can help promote the image and future of the Rottweiler and this can be achieved through responsible breeding, education and good training.


What we offer

Importance of Training

Training is one of the most important aspects of owning a Rottweiler.

Training opens a line of communication between you and your Rottweiler. It is very important to build a positive relationship. This will not only ensure that the dog understands what is expected from him but also helps the handler to understand the dog. With correct training our dogs can become balanced members of society.

Training Classes

We have a team of volunteer instructors with a vast knowledge and experience working with dogs,  particularly Rottweilers. We offer training and guidance in all aspects of dog ownership and handling. We welcome all shapes, sizes and breeds of dogs including mixed breeds.

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What to Bring…

Your canine

Current vaccination certificate

Acceptable collar and lead

Water for you and your dog

Dog treats (something soft and tasty)


Poo bags

Please wear comfortable closed shoes

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