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Rottie Item of the Day
With the purchase of a webkinz you get a one year subscription to
their online site where you can play games and see your stuffed animal virtually
and build them a room, its very cute!
I can see why children love to collect webkinz so much!
You can get your's
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Today's Rottie Tip
Keep your Rottweiler lean throughout his entire life. Condition, not
fat, creates health and vitality. You should be able to easily feel but not see
all of the ribs. If you can count the ribs by looking, he's too thin. If you
have to poke he is too fat. Carrying too much weight contributes greatly to the
development of joint and growth problems in young dogs and causes joint and
ligament trouble in adults.
Rottie "Did You Know?
The name 'Rottweiler' comes from the name of a town in Germany,
Rottweil, which was built on the site of Roman baths. The red tiles that were
excavated there gave the town it's name - 'das Rot Wil' which translates as the red tile'.
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Slideshow: 20 Things You Can Learn from Your Pets
When dogs have a job to do, they give it their undivided attention. It turns out people should probably do the same. Stanford researchers found that attention and memory suffer in those who juggle work, email, and web-surfing, compared to those who focus on one task at a time. Other studies suggest employees actually lose time when multitasking.
I loved this and want to share it with you...
Why do I have a variety of friends who are all so different in character?
How can I get along with them all? I think that each one helps to bring out a "different" part of me.
With one of them I am polite. I joke with another friend. I sit down and talk about serious matters with one. With another I laugh a lot. I may have a coke with one. I listen to one friend's problems. Then I listen to another one's advice for me.
My friends are all like pieces of a jigsaw puzzle. When completed, they form a treasure box. A treasure of friends! They are my friends who understand me better than myself, who support me through good days and bad days. We all care together and for each other.
Real Age doctors tell us that friends are good for our health. Dr. Oz calls them Vitamins F (for Friends) and counts the benefits of friends as essential to our well being. Research shows that people in strong social circles have less risk of depression and terminal strokes.
If you enjoy Vitamins F constantly you can be up to 30 years younger than your real age.
The warmth of friendship stops stress and even in your most intense moments it decreases the chance of a cardiac arrest or stroke by 50%.
I'm so happy that I have a stock of Vitamins F!
In summary, we should value our friends and keep in touch with them. We should try to see the funny side of things and laugh together, and care for each other in the tough moments.
Thank you for being one of my Vitamins!!