Yes, German Shepherd Dogs do come in white! Ivory is
what they meant to make all German Shepherds be like.
She is trusting and loving and just loves to tag along and play
any game you can come up with.
We can't tell you how much we love Maggie (GSRNE "Xena"). We adopted her
at 4 months and she is now just over a year and a half and we can't
remember what we did without her. Maggie loves to chase about 100 tennis
balls in our back yard. She will run from end to end and drop the ball
in her mouth at your feet as she flies by chasing after another ball
heading in the opposite direction. She plays until she is wiped out and
then likes to curl up in front of a fire on her doggie bed to take a nap
and/or watch TV. No
matter what you are doing or where you are, Maggie is only a few steps
away. She loves to go for walks, play at the beach, is great in the car,
and is really happy just being near you. She is a constant companion and
we just could not love her anymore than we do. We will be forever
grateful to GSRNE for bringing Maggie into our lives. We know how lucky
we are to have her and we really treasure her.
The best of all possible dogs is doing just fine. Zoe is such a joy!
Last summer we went to camp in Maine for a week and she thought that was
pretty special, although she didn't want to swim she did walk in the
water to cool her under belly. It was 95 degrees every day the week that
we were there and it was great to be in Maine on the water. Other years
it has been too cold to swim--not so this year. (Here it was even over
100o that week.) She did love to go with me in the row boat for a 5:30AM
She goes out walking with me for an hour every morning getting a chance
to interact with other dogs at the dog park, and walks with Chris every
afternoon. She continually evolves and is a much less timid dog. We love
her and are so glad we have her.
Zoe has certainly found her niche in ours lives-- a pretty big one, it
Minka is a great dog; she has adapted very well to her new life and
family. Minka starts her day at the beach, then back to the house where
she can play freely with her brother Blaze, our male shepherd, who is
the same age. Minka plays with all the children in the neighborhood, she
has participated in walks for the MSPCA and enjoys following the deer
tracks in our back yard. We are so happy Janice told us about her and
got her out of the shelter. I can't believe someone did not want her.
Too bad for them!