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Yoko at 1 Year

"I couldn't decide if I wanted to sit on the porch or the step... so I did both!"
Toro at 7 Years


"Hey, I think I have an idea on how to get out of here!"
Puppies at 3 Weeks

"You're not going anywhere!"

Puppies Galore!
Puppies at 1 Day

Breed: RottweilerGender: Female
Full Name: Yoko Oh-No
Favorite Activities: Yoko loves to cuddle and gaze at you lovingly. They are a great pair. Every once in a while, there will be a squirrel in the tree right next to this pallet of stepping stones. All three dogs (yes, we have a third dog) and the cat will sit side-by-side looking up at the tree where the squirrel is.
Story: How did Yoko get her name? My daughter had a baby name book and we noted a few cool names for the puppy, including Yoko. Then, later in the day, I went into the pet store to pick up some things for the new puppy. The proprietor knows and loves Toro, and I told her we had just gotten a new puppy. She said, "OhhhhhhhNo-o-o-o-o-o." Hence the name. Yoko Oh-No.

Breed: RottweilerGender: Male
Favorite Activities: His favorite game is keep away with the ball and Yoko's favorite game is getting the ball away from Toro. His favorite pastime is hugging. He loves to "purrr" like a cat when he's being hugged and stroked (yes, we have a cat and he gets along great with the dogs). Other people think he's growling, but he's really purring.
Story: When Toro was born, his mother was too young and didn't have enough milk. Toro was the sole survivor of the litter and we got him at a mere 2 weeks of age. Because of his experience, he is a triple alpha and was extremely difficult to raise. He's turned into a great dog, mellow but not too mellow, loving, and caring.
He got his name because he loves to scrape back with his hind legs like a bull.

Breed: Rottweiler
Favorite Activities: At only three weeks, the puppies started to get out of their pen (over a 1-foot-high piece of plywood). These little guys are the strongest, healthiest, biggest puppies I have ever seen at 3 weeks. They each have a different method—one might kind of pole vault over, another might simply climb and then do a summersault over the top, and still another might climb, scoot over, and jump. The first to make it over was the smallest female. They’ve been walking since they were 2 weeks old. They’re playing with each other now, too.

Staff: Kim Richard
Home: Milwaukie, OR
Date Entered into Gallery: June 10, 2010

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