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1992? - 6/01/2006
When I first saw Eva’s picture on the GSRNE website, it was love at first sight. There was something in her eyes that said we were meant to be together. That was in the summer of 2002 when she was about 9 or 10. As I got to know her, I began to understand more of her past; her agility when tethered and her … [read more]
1998? - 8/16/2006
GSRNE is sad to announce that Olivia, GSRNE #84 has passed on. She was diagnosed with lymphoma cancer and within just a few weeks she was gone. Fortunately, she was sick only a short time, but everything happened so fast that her owners, Lisa and Bob, can't believe she is gone. They were at her side and held her until the end.[read more]
First impressions can be very powerful. Likewise, a photo can convey, in a way no words can, the unique beauty, intelligence, nobility, loyalty, and affable nature of a dog. Pictures often trigger raw emotions, prompting us to smile and sometimes giggle, weep or sometimes wail, and celebrate or sometimes worry sick. But most importantly, a photograph can foster an attachment, inspiring some to reach out … [read more]
"Welcome to my new park everyone."
"I wonder which ancestors were here before me."
"Very nice to meet you, ma'm."
"Everyone here greets each other in the manner they are accustomed to."
"Gosh it's so cold today, but I really don't care anymore."
"Because I've got way too much living to catch up on."
"Look at my friends over there having so much fun."
"This … [read more]
About a month after Millie arrived, I had dragged a few old rugs out from the basement to provide some
safe footing for her when the ground iced up. Not long after, we all hung out with Millie for some fun.
"Don't look now, but I think our party has just been torpedoed."
"Just a bad hair day, guys. Nothing to get excited about."
"… [read more]
"In realizing I couldn't walk across slippery floors, mom grabbed whatever was available to keep
me safe at my initial vet check."
"Excuse me, do you know how long the wait will be?"
"Geeez, I hope the doctor didn't get lost."
"That's probably just my stomach growling, doc. My lunch hour came and went in the waiting area."
"There better be a whole package of … [read more]