Saturday, August 16, 2014

Rockin' Wills Is On For Safety Week

I am Disc Jockey, Rockin' Wills, The Music Professor, on Blogvilles own Non Serious Radio Station  HOWL 469.5 spinning the vinyl at the top of the hour.
  What hour what time is it?
Blogville is a buzz with Safety Week.
Oh the pupsters and kittenistas are HOWLING!
Have our sponsors gotten the Safety Message Across?
SAFETY IS OF THE UPMOST IMPORTANCE.
Now here are Rockin' Wills own top four safety tips.
 
A slip could mean a hospital trip, keep your biped from Slip slidin’ away in your poop.
Slip slidin’ away
You know the nearer your destination
The more you’re slip slidin’ away in  poop.

If you don't want to bet your life, don't gamble with safety.
Don't be licking those electrical outlets.

Remember it's better to arrive late in this world than early in the next.

AND ROCKIN' WILLS ALL TIME NUMBER ONE TIP

Remember don't let your peeps light a match when they smell your gas, or else you will be yelling  Armageddon!

Now for the latest news.  Blogville has a new band in town. 
They are in the station performing live today so let's hear it for
Mac Lowland Scottish Band.
HIT IT
  video
 
Rockin' Wills has got a joke for you pupsters out there.
An OSH Inspector enters a workplace and sees a sign reading “Danger! Beware of the Dog.” He then sees an old hound dog lying asleep on the floor. “Is that the dog the sign is warning about?” asks the Inspector. “Yes,” replies the foreman. “Before I put the sign up, everyone kept tripping over him.”

NEWS FLASH NEWS FLASH 
Did you know us dogs can get Water Intoxication!
At highest risk are dogs that enjoying playing in the water for long stretches. But believe it or not, even a lawn sprinkler or hose can pose a hazard for pets that love to snap at or “catch” spraying water.  The excess water depletes sodium levels in fluid outside of cells. Sodium maintains blood pressure and nerve and muscle function. The condition has also been reported in dogs that over-hydrate during or after exercise.  After a period of hard play or exercise, use caution when your dog rehydrates. If he immediately laps up the contents of his water bowl, rest him for a bit before you refill his bowl.  Water intoxication progresses quickly and can be life threatening.  Smaller dogs probably show symptoms more quickly because it takes less time for an excessive amount of water to build up in their bodies.
Symptoms of water intoxication include staggering/loss of coordination, lethargy, nausea, bloating, vomiting, dilated pupils, glazed eyes, light gum color, and excessive salivation.
Treatment in dogs typically includes IV delivery of electrolytes, diuretics, and drugs to reduce brain swelling. With aggressive veterinary care, some dogs are able to recover from water intoxication, but sadly, many are not.
 
Well I know all you pupsters and kittenistas want to get to the picnic so BEAT IT out of the station now.  KEEP FROSTY!
I am closing down and headed for the Blogville Safety Picnic.
So till I hit those air waves again Smack Smack!

Keep Howling 
"Do what you want, dig what you do, 'cause that's what life is all about"
Signing Off
Sweet William The Scot
 

25 comments :

  1. I guess to avoid water intoxication we should forgo H2O and drink Ruby's margaritas.

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  2. Hari OM
    Hoots mon yon was a braw show!!! I reserved today to try and get around and shake paws with as many of the organisers and contributors of safety week as I could - it takes a lot of time!!! Keep the tartan flying, lad. Hugs and wags, YAM-aunty xxx

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  3. Oh I love this band! Bagpipes are great! Can you play that mull of kintyre for me please?

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  4. OMD she had tapping feet and was la la la-la- ing which is not a nice thing to hear. I howled too. OK dokey we will stick to the whisky today. Have a super Saturday.
    Best wishes Molly

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  5. Hey DJ Rockin' Wills!
    Wow, what a a great show today for our picnic! OMD the Scottish Band was wonderful...some sing high and some sing low... Love the video with the changing images. Thanks so much for entertaining the crowd today and I have you entered in the Host Appreciation Drawing to be held on Monday the 18th.
    Grr and Woof,
    Sarge, Police Commish

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  6. The band sounds great Sweet William. Lets go have fun together.
    Wags
    Jazzi

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  7. OMD the Mac Lowland Scottish Band is ASTOUNDING... OUT OF THIS WORLD GOOD.... We didn't even KNOW that Little Dui could READ MUSIC let alone PLAY it. WOW this band had us ROCKIN Yes they DID WILLS.
    OMD what a GRAND time... we are hearing Blogville's Non Serious Station Playin All over town... EVERYBUDDY is TUNED IN.
    Love your Joke Rockin Wills... you are a real FUNNY one fur SURE. BUTT you have that... SERIOUS side. THOSE are super Safety Tips.
    Let's hear it fur Blogville's NEWEST BAND... AND our FAVORITE Radio Station and D.J. ROCKIN WILLS

    THANKS SOOOOOOOO MUCH... this is GRRRREAT

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  8. What a great time. My mom was proud of me playing my saxophone. The band had everyone in blogville tappings and singing along. Thanks for asking me to be in your band.
    Bentley

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  9. OMD, those safety tips are PAWSOME!!!!! I gots to write them down!! You knows Ma will forgets them (she's a bit of an Airehead ya know!)
    Wows!! the Mac Lowland Scottish Band is FABulous Sweet William!!!! I'm gonna go listen to it agains...
    This is a most FABulous day!! Thanks Rockin' Wills!!
    Kisses,
    Ruby ♥
    pees: come on overs for another Shot!! ☺

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  10. Well, I already slipped and bounced right out of the Bouncy House. So I'm here enjoying the wonderful concert! I'm very accident prone so...pleeeeze don't drop the drum on my head! :)

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  11. Those are great safety tips in a such a fun format. Thanks Sweet William.

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  12. OK, thanks SW for the music, we and Sus were dancing and shakin to the music, that was a real paw tapper. See you guys at the picnic, soon as we get all of Blogville delivered!

    Your Bestie Pals
    Top Cop Bits & Da Sus

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  13. It has been a fantastic week! We're so excited about Dui playing in the band! Well done, SW.

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  14. LOVED the Mac Lowland Scottish Band! Woo hoo!
    thanks Sweet William for helping to close out this safety week with such great music!
    hugs
    Mr Bailey, Hazel & Greta

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  15. Wow DJ you are doing a great job as always. The band was soooo good and the water tips are very impawtant to know. Thanks for doing such great job.

    Love Sashy

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  16. You sure are a great DJ Wills! Safety week has been lots of fun and a great way to learn.

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  17. *Clapping and whistling! ENCORE! ENCORE! We couldn't keep our paws from tapping to that rockin' song! Well done!! ENCORE!!

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  18. You are one pawsome DJ - every one was just a rockin and rolling :)

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  19. Crikey Sweet William ..... you've excelled yourself, Mate. That was great. Can I hire you for my 21st??? What a week this has been, aye??

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  20. Fit like Rockin' Wills,
    What a fine job you've done o' that tunes, I'm glaikit for it! You've certainly rocked the Safety Week, and yeh look richt bonnie wi' that fire extinguisher.
    Pippa :)
    Have fun with that doric!

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  21. Wow - what a band! Great job, fellow Scots. Much love, The Scottie Mom.

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  22. AROOOOOROOOOOOO a new band!!! Mom's been humming and singing all day!
    Wally & Sammy

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  23. Thanks for including me. I looked pretty good on the drums.

    Aroo to you,
    Sully

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