Rottie - Angel at the Bridge

Picture of Rottie - Angel at the Bridge, a male Rottweiler

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Home:West Palm Beach, FL  [I have a diary!]  
Sex: Male   Weight: 51-100 lbs

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Rottie, Mr. Weiler, Sweet Baboo, Tough Guy, Sir LicksALot, Snoopervisor, The Opinionator, Snuggleupwiffus, Mommy's Protector

Doggie Dynamics:
not playfulvery playful

Sun Sign:
Quick Bio:
-purebred-dog rescue

December 8th 1996

snuggling, having his tummy scratched, treats

when Mom comes in the house after shopping and leaves Dad at the car, cats and possums in his yard

Favorite Toy:
bones and racquet balls

Favorite Food:
Happy Hips and anything at the bottom of Mommy's bowl!

Favorite Walk:
Rottie can't walk anymore. His hips are crippled and he gets around by his wheel cart or when we carry him in his custom made sling.

Best Tricks:
he "says" "i love you" when you tell him you love him. he gives a low growl and smiles in response.

Arrival Story:
we met rottie when he was a puppy and he was being abused with a stick. i promised him i'd save him one day and i did. it took me 9 months, but i finally got him. Now he's my baby and he is very protective of me. And he's not afraid of sticks anymore. He's not afraid of nuthin'!!!!!!!

there are 6 houses on our road and last hurricane season when the cable went out, our neighbors had to take a vote to see who would knock on our door to ask if our cable was out, too!! we're very friendly with our neighbors, but they don't like to knock on our door!!

Forums Motto:
Don't mess with me, you will NOT win!

The Last Forum I Posted In:
Other Rottie Mixes Come Here!!!

I've Been On Dogster Since:
April 23rd 2004 More than 11 years!

Rosette, Star and Special Gift History

Dogster Id:

Meet my family
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Sasha - Angel
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I haven't slept on the floor since I got here!

See you at the Rainbow Bridge

November 7th 2008 4:56 am
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Rottie left us on October 3, 2008. He was suffering, having been unable to walk since September of 2006. He went peacefully to the Rainbow Bridge, but will live and love on forever in the hearts of his humans. We won't - rather - can't - be without a furbaby in this house, so stay tuned for our new member - Coming soon!


A day in the life

August 7th 2007 12:59 pm
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Well, we're here to stay! We came to Grandma's on Mother's Day and we haven't gone home yet. I guess this is our new home. It's cool, though 'cuz we have a big yard with lots of trees that actually give us food, like mangos, lemons and tangelos. Of course, I can't eat that stuff, but it makes Mom happy to have all the birds and butterflies in the yard and the cool flowers and trees. The gardener better come tomorrow, though, 'cuz I can hardly see that egret struting around eating the fallen mangos.

I'm happy and I'm getting lots of attention! Grandma gets on the floor with me each day and massages my legs and my back and hips. Aunt Lillie and I still have stimulating conversations, so sitmulating that Dad is usually saying "Rottie! Quiet!" before I"ve even made my point! But I've got the best humans money can buy (and they've spent a lot on me, I can tell ya', especially for a "freebie" rescue dog like myself.

It's fun to look at the pictures of all the dogs!

Love licks, and later,



The Move North

August 3rd 2007 4:12 am
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Well, it finally happened. Grandma and Aunt Lillie are too old to take care of themselves anymore (Boy oh boy do I know THAT feeling!) so we moved in with them. We have a big house in West Palm Beach Florida now and the yard is so big I can't even walk around it in one trip. It's a tropical paradise, man! We have hibiscus flowers in red and pink, purple and red bouganvillias, gardenias, birds of paradise (not the kind of birds you chase, these are really pretty tropical flowers and they grow right outside my bedroom window! Imagine that?! We have a mango tree and lots and lots of tall palm trees and even more pretty flowers. You know, we guys aren't usually into flowers, but it sure gives my nose something to do when I'm outside. I love this place.

Grandma is 83 years old and Aunt Lillie is 92. I'm 10 and 1/2 people years, so in dog years I'm up there, too. They love me and Aunt Lillie will let me have her toast crusts so I lay at her feet during dinner. Grandma holds my bowl for me so I can get into the corners. Now that I can't walk on my own anymore, it's hard for me to stand up to eat, so I get my dinner laying down. Talk about spoiled. That wheelcart helps, but I only use it to go outside for "business". It helps me "assume the position" if you get my drift.

Well, it's time for breakfast with the Ladies. Catch you on the frisbee side!

Licks and woofs,


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