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    She is beautiful DA.

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    She looks like a very happy girl

    I am sooo happy for you! dancingelephant.gif

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    Thanks everyone.

    The ears don't phase me at all. I've only ever had one bitch with soft ears and they did strengthen in time. I don't think that's ever gonna happen here, but it's irrelevant.

    It's her history with cats and her allegedly 'very friendly' temperament that are the key factors.

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    She's stunning! I love the photo of her with the soccer ball. Just gorgeous

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    WOW !!! That's what I get for toddling off to bed early last night & not reading all the new posts !!

    So happy for you DA. You know how I feel about Sheppies. Does she have a name ? I totally understand your position regarding Inca's passing DA ...

    I saw Tara at 3 weeks of age ... just a week after Zena died. Mish pushed me into it because she was grieving so badly, I had to put my own feelings aside for the sake of my old girl & get another pup in the house so she would have something else to concentrate on. It was another 5 weeks before Tara joined us, so I had time to get my own emotions together. I also constantly let Mish know her new companion would be arriving shortly, so she should hang in there & not leave us as I would need help with the wee thing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Angela's Gone Batty View Post
    She's stunning! I love the photo of her with the soccer ball. Just gorgeous
    I think the soccer ball photos is of her sire or dam

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    Beautiful post GSD's. Knew you would know what I'm feeling and thinking.

    Inca's passing has affected my youngest son quite badly. When this opportunity arose, we had a family meeting. Her name is Logan, and as mentioned above because it's my son's middle name, he has perked up to no end because that makes him feel this girl is 'extra special.'

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    Lol Angela. The last two are of sire and dam. her mother is the one in the photo with the soccer ball.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Devil's Advocate View Post
    Beautiful post GSD's. Knew you would know what I'm feeling and thinking.

    Inca's passing has affected my youngest son quite badly. When this opportunity arose, we had a family meeting. Her name is Logan, and as mentioned above because it's my son's middle name, he has perked up to no end because that makes him feel this girl is 'extra special.'
    Now you are making me cry...........!!!

    I honestly believe this girl was meant to be DA

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    Her ears DO curve in a bit (hence the softness issue I assume) but geez - she is a nice dog.

    Congrats and I hope she brings the peace and happiness you all deserve - until I come and steal her...

    Whats her prefix?

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