Nice teeth by the way...
Nice teeth by the way...
On February 9, the Columbia-Greene Humane Society/SPCA and the Greene County Sheriff’s Office removed thirty-nine German Shepherd Dogs from two homes in Durham, NY.
If you can donate just a few dollars to the shelter to help them manage 39 GSDs in need, please help.
We appreciate each and every one of you who circles us and we thank you for checking us out.
In general, we will add you to our circles if there's something in your profile that indicates your interest in the breed: you own a GSD, have owned one, would love to own one.
So . . .
When you have content which you want to share with TGSD-L and its followers, please add +TotalGermanShepherdDogList specifically. That way, we're notified right away and can make sure your post appears on the page. If you would like your post to be searchable you'll also want to add the hashtag #totalgermanshepherdoglist.
What content are we looking for?
- Photos of your GSDs
- Stories about life with GSDs
- Training questions
- Health issues
- Accomplishments you and your GSD have achieved
- Assistive devices that have helped your ill or old GSD
- Therapy work you may do with your GSD
We support the FCI Zuchtordnung, the breeding requirements, for the German Shepherd dog. If you are a breeder and would like to post a litter we ask that you adhere to those requirements, that is, the parents have the necessary titles and show ratings and have been or are in the process of being breed surveyed.
We are not veterinarians, nutritionists, trainers, behaviorists. We are dog owners. We have shared our lives with six GSDs and know many, many more. We spend an inordinate amount of time just watching them interact with each other and with us. We read, we research, we talk with other GSD owners.
We hope to share what we've learned with you and ask that you share your knowledge with this group.
TGSD-L, the e-mail list, was started in 1997 by a small group of people committed to the well-being of the German Shepherd dog. Its members are trainers, breeders, rescuers, owners. Some of us compete in various dog sports, others participate in therapy dog programs, train service dogs, live with their dogs as companions. Most of us have never met but we've grown into a close community through our shared e-mails about living with GSDs.
This page and the Community are curated by +A. Andrews and the fabulous +Richard Ball.
We very much look forward to hearing from you!