It is hard to believe that I have had Ben for a whole year now. I'm as happy (actually happier) today than the first day I brought him home. He was 3 years 7 months then so is now almost 5 years old and just a sweet gentle giant of a boy. He still has a lot of puppy in him but then the bigger the dog the longer it takes for them to mature (this from a vet and Rottweiler owner).
Dr. Lewis also said that Rottweiler's are big babies and this is evident when his huge paws step on an acorn in the driveway and he turns and comes to me with a pitiful look as if to say 'make it stop hurting mommy'. So I rub his 'toe-toes', talk to him to console him and then off we go back on the walk.
Here is a picture of Ben intently watching the squirrels outside and when they get out of eyesight from this window he darts to the guest bedroom to keep a closer eye on them.
Melinda's hooked Frost Sheep rug as well as Auntie Peanut which was hooked by Lauren; thanks gals, I'm very proud to post your pieces on my web site .
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