Amaretto Is A Wonder!

Happy Hump Day Fellow Breeders

The dictionary defines wonder (n) as a feeling of surprise mingled with admiration, caused by something beautiful or unexpected. Isn’t that the way we feel every time a much-awaited bundle, kennel, nest or basket drops?

Wonder can, also, be an action; to desire or be curious to know something.


We never lack for wonder with Amaretto. They are continually filling our life with exciting traits; some which can be very thought-provoking and informative.

Take, for instance, the Wonders of the World K9 Eyes. These eyes took four real-life wonders and brought them into your K9 breeding. They were introduced with the Version 2.0 update in October of 2015 and are one set of exciting possible Non-Starter eyes that can come from breeding “Starter Coats”. You can have a chance at one of these exciting Non-Starter Wonders of the World eyes by breeding any K9 with a starter K9 or by breeding together two starter K9s. These eyes CAN be passed on.

Let’s, briefly, look at the real wonders.

COLOSSEUM
Rome’s, if not Italy’s, most enduring icon is undoubtedly its Colosseum (or Flavian Amphitheatre). Built between A.D. 70 and 80 A.D., it was in use for some 500 years. The oval structure sat nearly 50,000 spectators, who gathered to watch the gladiatorial events as well as other public spectacles, including battle reenactments, animal hunts, and executions. The finished building was like nothing seen before and, at the time, was the biggest building of its kind.

GREAT WALL
Built between the 5th century and the 16th century (B.C.), the Great Wall of China is a stone-and-earth fortification. Originally built as independent walls for different states, it did not become the “Great” wall until the Qin Dynasty when the Emperor succeeded in his effort to have the walls joined together to fend off the invasions from the Huns in the north.  It later protected the borders of the Chinese Empire from invading Mongols. Since then, the Wall has served as a monument of the Chinese nation throughout history. The Great Wall spans approximately 4,000 miles, making it the world’s longest manmade structure. Contrary to popular beliefs, it cannot be seen from the moon!

PYRAMID
The Great Pyramid of Giza is the only wonder of the ancient world still in existence. A defining symbol of Egypt, it is located on the Giza plateau near the modern city of Cairo and was built over a twenty-year period (2589-2566 B.C.). Although many theories persist as to the purpose of the pyramid, the most widely accepted understanding is that it was constructed as a tomb for the king. Exactly how it was built, however, still puzzles people in the modern day.

STONEHENGE
Stonehenge is a prehistoric (Bronze Age) monument in Wiltshire, England. The first monument on the site, began around 3100 B.C., was a circular ‘henge’ of earth bank and ditch about 360 feet (110 meters) in diameter. The monument functioned as a cremation cemetery early in its history, probably for the burial of elite members of clans or prominent local families. But, it would be wrong to attempt to define a single use for Stonehenge. The function of the monument probably changed many times over its 1500 year history.

Who knew breeding Amaretto K9s could be so educational?

Start breeding some of these wonderful traits today!

Till next time…Keep your Wonder & Happy Breeding!

 

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