This year alone we are expected to spend at least $64 billion dollars on our hairy friends. From premium foods, enriched flour and corn oil treats to fluffy cotton stuffed 8 second rag toys. 25 billion will go to kibble and other high marketed "special" diets that's just in a different bag. 15 billion more will go to booties, vests and strollers. 24 billion more will go to vet expenses such as poison filled syringes, pills and chemical lotions. And if that's not enough, this year over $780 million dollars in premiums will be written for pet health insurance— In reality, the worry outweighs your wallet. Your dog doesn't require much of what is marketed to you. Companies hate the fact that you can't box up fresh air and the forest. You can't sell the wild. | #dog#puppies#wild#strong#free#natural#raw#love#health#wealth#wilddogs#food#rich#marketing#fake#diet#priceless#ejodt#ejodogtraining#befreeenjoyyourdog
→ | Subject ; Money In The Bank
♛| ; Calls Someone Out
♰| ; Ambrose Asylum
Dean Ambrose would make his way to the ring as he grabs the mic. The camera would turn as Ambrose would say:
Welcome To the Ambrose Asylum Everyone. Ambrose then starts talking. ––
So you all know that Friday is Money in the Bank 🏦 and you all know I wanna be in it so on Smackdown Live I challenge this person "Seth Freaking Rollins" everyone.
So ladies and Gentlemen please help me welcome my brother Seth Rollins. "The Man". His theme would hit as Ambrose would stands their and Seth walks over grabbing a mic from Ambrose. -
Seth Rollins: Haha you Challenge me tommorow on Smackdown Live?
You just started something Ambrose and you know what I will win that match tommorow and I will make you look like a clown because you can't beat me nor win that Truth World Championship.
Seth would go down bottom and hits the Pedigree on Dean Ambrose. And Seth Rollins stands tall.
Courtesy Of: ProWrestlingNet
Monday’s WWE Raw scored a 1.88 rating, down from the 1.89 rating the show drew last week. Raw averaged 2.615 million viewers, down from the 2.751 million average from last week.
Tuesday’s WWE Smackdown Live scored a 1.64 rating, up from the 1.53 rating the show drew last week. The show averaged 2.328 million viewers, up from last week’s 2.175 million viewers.