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Rottweiler Pictures / Caught in the act
« on: December 22, 2005, 09:23:04 am »
This is Elwood (of course being bad).
He looks like he didn't do a thing wrong,but the two bears on the couch are now missing alot of stuffing which happens to be all over the floor.I left the room fo a few seconds and came in to find bear guts all over the place.
Elwood was just laying there with the look.We all know that look.
Really mom I was just laying here,I don't know how that happened.

General Board for Big Dogs with Big Paws / Big dog art(more)
« on: November 30, 2005, 07:16:27 pm »
Here are some of the dog prints I have done.

Rottweiler Pictures / Happy Halloween(Rottweiler Style
« on: October 27, 2005, 07:17:00 am »
I got this picture today.It is Omar Elwood brother(same dad).

Rottweiler Pictures / Bug Hunter
« on: October 24, 2005, 03:38:16 am »
Here he is Elwood the Great Bug Hunter.

Anything Non-Dog Related / Need help can't find the dogs
« on: October 21, 2005, 11:37:33 pm »
Read the text below before scrolling down!
Here is a visual perception challenge for you.
See how quickly you can find the dogs in the following picture.

Typical comments by people taking the test:

1. "I couldn't see a dog and I stared at the picture for a good 10 minutes."

2. "I think it is one of those pictures where you have to stare
at a certain spot and then everything comes into focus,
but it never happened to me. I'll give it another try later."

3. "I almost didn't find the dogs at all!"

4. "There's a dog in this picture? Where?"

5. "This must be a joke; there are no dogs in this picture."

6. "The h*ll with the dogs, I need CPR."

Men seem to do better at this than women for some reason.

The following are average times for men and women:
Women - 12.46 minutes
Men - 1.23 seconds

Hint: The dogs appear to be white with black spots.
Good luck and happy hunting.

Remembering those no longer with us. / Autumn(tissues alot of them)
« on: October 19, 2005, 07:19:18 am »

What do we do when our loving pets face the last leg of the race?
We do all we can to help them finish well,of course.
We take time to read the unspoken needs of the friends we've come to know so well.
We give the simple reasurance of a loving touch when the old boy seems confused for no reason.

We groom them faithfully,but more gently,as age brings muscle wasting,and the arthritic bones aren't so well padded.

We learn to slow down for their sake,as they enjoy the scent of the wind,or track a visitors trail across their yard.

We expect to be inconvenienced,and aren't angry when it happens.

We watch for pain and treat it,watch for changes in vision and hearing and do what we can to help preserve those precious senses for as long as possible.

We take care of teeth,and make sure their food is manageable texture for them.

We remind them of the need for a potty walk when they seem to for get.

We remember the little rewards. we scratch the graying ears and tummy, and go for rides together.When the pet we love has an unexplained need for comfort,we give it freely. When infirmities bring a sense of vulnerabilty, we become our old gardian's protector.

We watch their deepest slumber,when dreams take them running across long-forgotten fields, and we remember those fields too.
When they cannot stand alone,we lift them.When their steps are uncertain,we steady them.

And if their health fails,it falls to us to make the choice that will gently put them to rest.But until that is absolutely necessary,we pause to let the autumn sun warm our old friend's bones.And we realize, autumn is not a bad time of year at all.

Old age is not a disease or reason to give up.It is a stage of life that brings its own changes.Autumn can be a beautful time of harvest.

And, sometimes, the harvest is love.

author-Christy Caballero

Introduce Yourself to the Forum / New to forum
« on: October 19, 2005, 03:22:22 am »
Hi my name is Donna.I have been lurking for a while,and I see lots of people I know here.
Hi Chris ,Hi Andy.
About me.I own Rottweilers I have owned them since 1990. I show in AKC and UKC Obed and Conf.I have a litter about every three to four years when I need a new puppy to show.
I am an animal artist,and I love doing pedigrees.I have entered almost 10,000 dog onto pawvillage.
I am an Obed instructor(when I'm not busy training one of my own)for the local kennel club and I also train 4-H obed and JS.
Here is a link to my Daphney she has her UCD,CD,and UKC GRCH.She will be going for her Rally titles next year and she is doing 4-H Obed with her friend Amanda.Who will be showing her in JS when she gets an bit bigger(Amanda not Daphney).

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