I’ve never seen this one before!
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Dog’s Lives Matter…..DLM…..time for a march on petco for better food and softer beds….
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Sigh, picture says it all, a beautiful German Shepherd. But then all German Shepherds are beautiful.
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The handsome and original Rin Tin Tin and his trainer, Lee Duncan
My father used to say he’d love to have a tin roof so he could hear the rain. Of course, in southern California the rains can be sparse. So his theory of sublime listening pleasure wouldn’t have been tested much. If we’d lived in a rainy clime, doubtful he’d like the thought as much.
Beats any comment I could make: https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rin_Tin_Tin
The handsome and original Zauber – see gravitar.
Wow. Incredibly handsome. He’s got those eyes – the ones that let you know without hesitation that he’s got your number….good or bad.
PS – McCain sign on the fire is a nice touch.
Yeah, it was a brush burn just after McCain lost. I threw the sign on and he just walked over to the fire and sat down in front of it. We have two cats who like to sit next to our big burns too, they’ll sit on chairs or tractors within feet of the pyre and just watch.
Onemore vintage photo…
good to see that the dog has the little girl and the fake horsie safe on a leash…..only way to keep them from running off. asked to comment, dog said…”woof”
We grew up with Shepherds. The males, with the exception of the last one, were named Meister. The females were Lupa. The last guy – my favorite and one of the smartest, funniest dogs I ever met, was MadMax.
He liked to go fishing and loved more than anything to be in the water. He’d wade out into the water chest deep. stand there and just close his eyes. His fishing expeditions? He would dunk his head underwater and grab oysters – I know, oysters aren’t that fast. But Max would only bring live oysters to the back door. Never a dead one among them. If we let him, he would ‘fish’ all day.
Thank you for the gorgeous picture, Stella. Brought back happy memories of a great friend.
Pearl Diver Dog…….
Yeah, I first saw the original GSDs in Germany in the early 60s, the West and East Getman police used them. I was used to the downsized US GSDs the American club had created, the huge coated ones were a shock. Wasn’t until Zauber that I had one and that was an enjoyable eight years.
Malenois may be more popular and easier for most folks to work with but if you’re a dog person GSDs are like having a combination of Dennis the Menace and Stephen Hawking as your best friend.
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Well said, Czar. “Dennis the Menace and Stephen Hawking” – perfect description.
A local hero went home yesterday.
We had a German Shepard mix growing up. wonderful dog!
happy dog diggin’ day…God Bless the Doggies…Every ONE.
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Even as a kid, I really hated Halloween. Annnnd, at the moment, I have no dog. But honestly, this makes me rethink both situations!
Oh thats great. The cone of shame is bad enough but now hes a martini. Lol!
tasteless and uncouth….should use cocktail onions and not olives….so declasse….what is a cultured dog to do….the shame…
Dogs shouldn’t eat onions, josh.
Hi everyone! Be back next week 🙂
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Safe Journies, G-d&Country. We’ll look for you on the flip side!
I don’t even want to thonk about the military working dog’s fate in Vietnam. That caused the turnaround in DoD’s actions regarding retired working dogs post-VN
‘Thonk’, the present imperfect of ‘think’.
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