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You know, Hawk.. you are justa ray of sunshine. These dogs of yours that got left behind in life are so blessed to be with you. They have the look of happiness and contentment haha not to mention they look well fed! You're doing such a wonderful thing opening your heart as ya do. Am right proud to know yas. Thank you for sharing these pittures an keep um come'n!

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Thanks for the pics! Now I see what you were talking about.

Looks like a good system to use in a fruit orchard. Great lookin' dogs too..
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Any rottie can do 2X its weight & healthy rottie 3X its weight. 100lb rottie equals 300lbs in the cart. Really can't explain it, but I cart one dog & the others whine they want their turn also. Makes them feel special doing it. That's why they have that smile on their faces.

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Grizz, thanks for the link but looks like they are out of powdered eggs.

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Dang am sorry bout that. This one has the one set shipping price. I thot it was the other one an I believe the aigs are in stock. Rots ov Ruck!

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All seven of my rescued rottweilers said it was by far the best chicken stew they have ever had & I should give them some daily.
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Did 7 1qt jars of chicken stew & one didn't seal. Not sure why.

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Ingredients:
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  • 3 tbsp whole flax seeds
  • 3 tbsp sesame seeds
  • 2 cups of club soda
Combine all the dry ingredients and combine well. Make sure the baking-powder mixes with everything else well.

Now pour 2 cups of cub soda. Measure carefully, trying not to let it froth up. Itíll froth up the moment you add it to the flour mixture. Combine everything well.

Fold the dough into a greased loaf pan. sprinkle some more flax seeds and sesame seeds on top.

Bake at 200 degree C for 45-50 minutes till the toothpick inserted in the center comes out clean.

Wait for the loaf to cool down a bit before you cut into it.

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A couple websites from our discussion in chat the other night. Both have lots of good info.

www.earthclinic.com

www.anniesremedy.com

I can spend hours reading on this type sites. Hope this can be of help to someone.

Have a great day!

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Stelly, these are quite wunnerful.. Tanks!!

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Cat, didn't forget ya, I couldn't find the links that I used long ago. I did find a few that might help ya. So I will post them. Sure hope it helps. Looks like Stella & I both liked this one. lol
http://www.anniesremedy.com/chart.php
http://www.anniesremedy.com/chart_remedy.php?prep_ID=8

This one I'm going to take some notes on a few things.
http://www.doityourself.com/stry/herbalhow

This one is for oily skin, but at the bottom of the page it's got other links for other things
http://www.speedyremedies.com/beauty-care-recipes-for-oily-skin.html

This one has a very good list to help ya learn what is good for what.
http://www.gardensablaze.com/HerbRemedies.htm


And this one I like because I got a dog & it helps to know what is good for them
http://www.lowchensaustralia.com/health/herbs.htm
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