07-14-14 Gone to the Bridge – Gretta developed Gout went to the bridge but was loved by her rescuer’s. Canine Gout can appear as lesions and ulcerations and can also be related to diabetes and kidney disease in animals. Canine gout appears in mainly large breeds of dogs, in German Shepherds, there appears to be a link between gout and hip dysplasia.
Our new graduate, Ms. Gretta (German shepherd), is an absolute doll – a petite, registered, classic black and tan, fabulous personality and 100% diva. Gretta walks the walk and talks the talk, she is certain that she defined the breed and all the rest are just wannabes. Our girl is all that a GSD should be, loyal, bonding, confident, intelligent, loving, strong character and a strong but in control protective instinct. Ms. Gretta is absolutely great with people, children and other dogs; of course the other dogs must understand that she is quite special. Working with the training and socialization of Gretta was a wonderful journey that allowed us all to witness her transformation into the very special creature that she has become.
BLACK AND TAN** SPAYED**FULLY VETTED**GREAT WITH PEOPLE ESPECIALLY CHILDREN**GREAT WITH OTHER DOGS** LEASH, HOUSE AND BASIC COMMAND TRAINED
One of Greta’s most endearing traits is her fascination with butter flies and grass hoppers, she very stealthily stalks them, moves into position, strikes and to my knowledge has never caught one, I think she just likes to scare the heck out of them. This young lady of 3 years has the ability to fit into almost any family environment, I have been unable to uncover any behavior that I would think to be restrictive – again she is a doll!
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