Welcome to Southwest Florida German Shepherd Inc. Thursday, December 14 2017 @ 04:59 pm UTC

WHAT MAKES A GREAT ADOPTION AND FAMILY DOG - BY ERIK HOFFER

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Having a pet in your home is a choice. Having a child is not.  Your child can turn out a mirror of his family just the same as a dog can.  When a child is born you love him regardless of anything.  You nurture him, teach and provide him with rules and principles to live by.  Cosmetics play no role in how much you love him.  His actions throughout his lifetime typically reflect how he is schooled and treated by the family and what he has learned of moral values. His development and personality are typically a product of his home and family.


STAR PUPPY IS OFFERED

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We are now offering an AKC SANCTIONED STAR PUPPY CLASS IN OUR NORTH FT MYERS SCHOOL

PURICYN IS A MAGIC POTENT

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IF YOU ARE LOOKING FOR A GREAT MEDICATION FOR CUTS HOT SPOTS AND RELATED SKIN ISSUES TRY PURICYN AND YOU CAN GET IT AT WALGREENS.

WHY SHOULD I SOCIALIZE MY PUPPY OR NEW RESCUE DOG?

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Think about things for a moment from your dog’s prospective. You’re a new puppy in a household. You have never met another dog, cat or screaming kids. You have no idea what a car is or what danger is. You have not met new people or maybe even stepped on grass. You have been with your mom from the time you opened your eyes and have had truly limited real world experiences. Now look at a rescue dog. He may have come from a horrendous situation with mean people, starving, dumped, taken from a kind gentle environment and thrown on the street to fend for himself. You have had to defend, scrounge for food and water and have had no positive influence for a period of time. You were then caught, possibly by a catch pole, placed in a cell for 11 days and suddenly you are supposed to be a sweet gentle house dog with your new owners.

Decisions Need To Be Well Thought Out

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This past week was a difficult one emotionally for me and for the rescue. There were two incidents that taught me and the parties involved harsh lessons in reality and both need to be memorialized here so that others do not fall into this emotional abyss.