German Shepherd Archive
source: fidonation.com There is nothing quite like the sting of the pain of rejection. When you first meet Chata, a 7-year-old German Shepherd who now makes a living at the Carson Animal Shelter in Gardena, California, the first thing that comes to mind is how sad she looks. Honestly, who could blame Chata? Her owner
The thought of our German Shepherds silently suffering from a easily preventable illness is absolutely heartbreaking. Yet studies show that as many as 85% of dogs over the age of 3 years old are suffering from a disease that is not only painful, but outright deadly. What are we talking about? Periodontal disease. Unfortunately periodontal
German Shepherds have a long standing history as guard dogs, trained to serve, protect and intimidate. They’ve been cast in action films and awarded medals of honor so is it really any wonder why we would want one for ourselves? If you’re left unconvinced about the range of benefits that come with adopting a German
Mark and Cheryl Brown, of Battle Creek, Michigan, filed a lawsuit against the BATTLE CREEK Police Department; the City of Battle Creek, and police officers Jeffrey Case, Christof Klein, and Damon Young; for killing their two pit bulls with no justification . The incident happened when police were busted the Browns house in search of
Amanda Jones is a photographer and also a fellow dog lover. She wanted demonstrate to everyone that a dog’s love is timeless.
The San Bernardino City Shelter (SBAS) in California is not a place a dog goes to dream of a better future. Just walking in there as a human and you immediately get the sense of urgency, desperation, and sheer terror of the place. Dogs are confined to small, less than accommodating kennel space, where they
“Life at the high kill Baldwin Park Shelter in California is no walk in the park. One pup who knows all about this is a 7-month-old German shepherd puppy who is just too depressed to make an effort to greet visitors anymore.
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