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Odin & Shelby

by Lane Larson
(Salt Lake City, UT)

Grateful & Loyal,now that he has a full food bowl and a roof over his head!!!

Grateful & Loyal,now that he has a full food bowl and a roof over his head!!!

Grateful & Loyal,now that he has a full food bowl and a roof over his head!!!
 Shelby; what is that smell?

The new addition to our Family, Odin is a 3 year stray that was skin and bones when he was found running in the middle of State street in Salt Lake City... he has a good temperament and is now over 105 lbs.


I can tell he is grateful to be in good hands and to always have food in his bowl. They say rescue animals are always the best to have because they know you saved them! Odin is now happy with his new companion Shelby and definitely obeys my every word.

Another case of Rotties holding up to their reputation of the best companion and the most Loyal Dog there is... Any one who has or have had a Rottweiler will know what I am talking about!

Thank you Jenn for this cool & wonderful web site !!!

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Jan 28, 2014
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by: Gordon Larson

Scooby Too was watching me when I switched to this sight, he got one look at the pics and started licking himself, a sure sign a male dog likes what he sees. Congrats on the site and two great dogs! Keep up the great work, Laney.

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Now 135 Lbs NEW
by: Lane

I have had Odin over a year and he has reached 135 lbs.( Time 4 a diet) and he is the happiest dog I have ever had. He had a knee injury about 9 months ago and I put him on a treadmill every day for 10 -15 minutes a day and his knee is getting better. As soon as i find out how to enter new pictures on this page I will update it.

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Now 135 Lbs NEW
by: Lane

I have Odin over a year and he is 135 lbs. and he is the happiest dog I have ever had/ He had a knee injury about 9 months ago and I put him on a tread mill every day for 10 -15 minutes a day and his knee is getting better. As soon as i find out how to enter new pictures on this page I will update it.

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