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post #471 of 519 (permalink) Old 08-10-2012, 03:06 PM
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Heres my rescue girl Zoey:







and the day we brought her home with her bday cake with momma


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Zoey- Adopted Belgian Malinois on 4/29/12
Princess- WGSD 3/15/01-9/21/11 Forever would've been to short...
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My fosters (both rescued from shelters)


Sadie She's found her forever home already!


Falon (just pulled her on Monday.. she'll be up for adoption in the future)

Murdock, BH - GSD
Virgil, CGC - GSD
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Tara, Reagan, Madison, and Jefferson - Aussies
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Sasha is shelter dog that has warmed her way into our hearts, this is her at 5 months


Sasha - 5 and 1/2 month old GSD
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Chompers- 3 year old Pomeranian
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My girl Sophie on left, sharing a stick with Blitzen, soon after I brought him home from Animal Care & Control. He's still pretty underweight in this picture. I adopted Sophie at 2 after being passed around from homes who couldn't keep her. She was 9 years old and in the later stages of DM in this picture, I had to let her go a few months later.
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What a great thread. These are my rescues. Clearly Wrigley has a lot of German Shepherd in her but who knows if she's pure bred. Agent Cooper, on the other hand, is a mystery. He and his sister were strays, his sister looked exactly like him but was a lot taller and had a GSD face. So we know there is probably some GSD in Agent Cooper, along with 60 other breeds. He is truly A Cooper.
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I have had my heart set on a GSD since I was tiny, and was very upset that I did not have the money to spend on one when I started looking (Pricey pups!)

You can't imagine how ecstatic I was when I found this lovely lady, for $45, in a shelter.

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Jazz was in the shelter and I lucked into finding her when she was 11 weeks old. She was an owner surrender do to sudden illness involving hospitalization and not knowing how long or maybe even if owner would recover.

Does anyone think she might be pure or is she mixed with something?

My kitties:



Bagheera - He came from the Humane Society in 2000, he was about 1 - 1.5 years old at the time. He is Rugyard Kipling's Cat that Walked Alone down to the crick in his tail!



Amber - I picked her up off the side of the road, wasn't planning on keeping her. When my kids heard I was taking her to the shelter they objected. So I tried to find a rescue to take her which no one would. I did get one to do a courtesy listing got a couple calls on her even had someone come meet her, but no takers, once she was here a year, I gave up knew she wasn't going anywhere. That was 3 years ago, I think.



Comet - he came from my sister - When he was 2 years old she said she wanted to take him to the shelter so I said as long as my allergies didn't bother me, I would take him. He didn't bother me at all and we had him 10 years and he was a good dog despite me. I hope to do better with Jazz then I did with him. He Died in January after being hit by a car. Rest in Peace Sweet Boy.

Your puppy is Pure And gorgeous lovely kitties too! And I am sorry to hear about comet
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We got Gunther at 4 months from the Tacoma Humane Society great people to work with. They had a hard time seeing him go. One volunteer Im sure was going to adopt him herself if we werent there. He can be a handful at times, mainly when I'm sick and cant exercise him, but we love him to bits

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What a bunch of happy looking animals. If I ever get a house with a yard, I want to rescue. Not sure how that works with a service dog in the house.


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Here's my Daisy on moving day a few months ago. She's around 11 now. Got her at the shelter ten years ago when we noticed my lab needed a buddy while I was at work. She's played mommy and helped raise three dogs now. My lab Pandora '01-'12, my wife's papillon Tiffany who is two years old now and my latest addition Oberon who is 4.5 months old. Always patient gentle and loving no matter how big or small

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