Troutbirder II

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Sunday, March 24, 2013

German Shepard Dogs (GSD's)


Daisy is a country girl. A little older, a lot wiser and more sophisticated. Agile and quick. A real athlete. And not above being a big tease. She belongs to Gary & Bobbi.













Baron.  He lives in suburbia.  He is  tall and somewhat gangly. Kind of awkward at times. Not very worldly.  He loves to chase & go for long hikes. He belongs to the Troutbirders.



 










She was abandoned, wandered a while but found a farm home with Steve and Jewel.  Now she is contented to guard her new home. She arrived on Easter Sunday.  Naturally her name is Lily. She has befriended Mrs. T who always gives her treats. She is content and very friendly.

For Baron with the extremely cold and snowy weather of late there haven't been many romps in the woods. Even the dogs can’t wait till spring.

24 comments:

  1. So happy Lily found a forever home that suits her personality! xo

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  2. I'm so glad Lily found a good home. It gets me so angry to hear someone abandoned an animal. Poor baby! These are beautiful dogs...of course Baron is exceptionally handsome!! :-) How nice that they can play together!

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  3. I owned a German Shepherd once, about 40 years ago. His name was Banjo. They're very nice dogs. Now, we don't own any pets at all.

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  4. Beautiful German Shepherds--all of them. Amazing at all of the different personalities in dogs... Just like people!!!!

    We don't have any spring either down here.. Think someone needs to wake up Mrs. Spring and tell her that it's time to visit us!!!!!

    Happy Palm Sunday.
    Hugs,
    Betsy

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  5. Like the name Lily, it rings a bell

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  6. What a lovely couple. What young fellow doesn't want an older woman in his life at one time or another.
    So nice that Lily's sad days are over and she has a wonderful home and a handsome playmate.

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  7. Beautiful babies... how blessed you all are to have each other

    Are they gifts to us?
    Or we to them?

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  8. they're just precious. bless them all with love and health.

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  9. Sounds like Lily has found a wonderful home... and friends!

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  10. Oh such wonderful playful dogs. And what great protectors of their homes. Nice for Lily that she found a loving home -- barbara

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  11. Love those German Shepherds. The only ones that shed more hair than our Goldens.

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  12. Tis lovely that Lily found her own forever home! Not many romps happening here either..we had to snow blow a poop path..the snow is way to deep. No more taking short cuts through the woods:)

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  13. You have some cool friends.

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  14. Oh what lovely dogs. (of course,
    baron is special). I love 'em......don;t have one, but I do have an assortment of other wonderful critters to love. How can anyone live without them?

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  15. Great happy ending and beautful dogs!

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  16. Is Daisy nearly Baron's size? I think of his being rather large. Looks like they get along well! Happy post! :-)

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  17. Lily is a very fortunate gal. I love the last picture ... what a sweetheart.

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  18. Wonderful that Lily has a home!

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  19. Hang on! Spring is nearly here. Well, actually, it is here, if you lived here. Sorry, I couldn't resist. Lovely dogs. Give them a pat on the head for me. I once was a GSD's person.

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  20. I'm with Baron and his friends. I can't wait for Spring.

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  21. I love that last photo. So cute.
    Good to see that Baron has friends to romp with. At this point, I think we're all eager for spring!

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  22. I'm with the dogs-when it comes to wanting spring that is. that's a nice story!

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  23. love The Look in that last shot, your dogs are beautiful.

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