I’m German We don’t do that Keep Calm Thing mug. Keep calm & learn German! Last week took our 8 month old into the vet as his stomach was bloated. We assumed he got into something but after surgery all they found was food, grass and fluids. He is fine now eating, drinking and going potty. Anyone had a simular experience or advise as to how to keep him calm while he his healing. Frustrating that 3 grand later we don’t know what caused this or what we should be doing so it doesn’t happen again.
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Want to learn competitive dog sports? We have the perfect opportunity for you! We are willing to set up an eager to learn handler with a working pup and help you learn the ropes! You will have the option of a payment plan for the puppy if needed and membership in our working dog club! Must be located in Central/South Central/South West Wi! This was really not that long ago and when we look at those being racially targeted these days we should remember at one time Italians, Irish, Armenians, Germans, Oakies and many others were the targeted.
For those who now consider Itailian-Americans “white”–understand it wasn’t always so. The largest mass lynching in U.S. history took place in New Orleans in 1891 — and the victims were Italian-Americans. What was the reaction of our country’s leaders to these lynchings? Teddy Roosevelt, not yet president, famously said it was “a rather good thing.” The response in The New York Times on March 16, 1891 referred to the victims of the lynchings as “… sneaking and cowardly Sicilians, the descendants of bandits and assassins.”