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02-28-2014 07:29 PM
Ali B. What a beautiful boy! He looks so comfortable and right at home it's amazing you've only had him one week! I bought the stainless steel portion pacer ball that I put in my dogs food bowls to slow their eating down. It works great. You might want to check into that or the special food bowls that slow eating down.
02-28-2014 02:26 PM
Roxann2 He is beautiful great addition to your family.
02-26-2014 05:48 AM
HarleyACH Thank you all!

Would always rescue; don't personally believe in breeding.

Susan that is lovely - meant a lot! He was taken into rescue starved and beaten along with his mum. He found a fosterer who then adopted him but she no longer has the time for everything juggling children, horses and four GSDs. So he came to us

He is so beautiful! He reminds me of the GSD I had as a child.

Does he look a good weight? Will take him to the vets when husband is back (I dont drive) to check as he does seem slightly on the skinny side. I know the previous adopter left all four dogs to eat their food together and couldn't gurantee they didn't steal it - so he does rush his food (I've managed to sort that by turning his bowl upside down and stuffing the edges) and wondering if that is why he is a tad skinny. Or maybe that is just him, given his past as well.
02-25-2014 10:16 PM
mcdanfam Love the pics! Pretty dog!


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02-25-2014 07:33 PM
Jessc760 I love his coat. I have never seen that type of hair on a German Shepard before. Is that a "dog fanny pack" that he is wearing, that seems convenient for walks/hikes.
02-25-2014 09:27 AM
Tratkins Looks like he ended up right where he belongs! Those pics make me smile!!
02-25-2014 08:57 AM
LaRen616
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Originally Posted by AKIRA3 View Post
Thank you for the beautiful pics.
But, Thank you 100 times more for rescuing.
@ Susan, such a heartfelt post!!!
I agree with all of this!

Congrats to all of you for finding each other!
02-25-2014 01:48 AM
AKIRA3 Thank you for the beautiful pics.
But, Thank you 100 times more for rescuing.
@ Susan, such a heartfelt post!!!
02-24-2014 10:54 PM
Susan_GSD_mom So very, very often when you open your home to a rescue GSD, you become astonished that someone could have allowed such an amazing animal to get loose/run away/become 'inconvenient', whatever. The longer you have them, that feeling increases. And the ones who came from a hard life just seem to show genuine gratitude the rest of their lives. The two I have now were not 'easy' rescues, they each came with baggage. But it is gratifying to watch as they come out of their shell, they blossom, they become what they were meant to be, instead of what someone beat into them.
02-24-2014 10:43 PM
Loneforce Beautiful dog!! Congratulations on a great find!
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