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Hello GSD lovers! We hope that you have remained healthy and safe over the past year!  
As we look forward to getting back to a new normal, we have decided to bring our events back!
Please note we will take some safety precautions such as wearing masks and observing a safe distance 
while still engaging with our visitors.  We look forwarad to seeing you soon! See upcoming events listed below.
Sex: Female
Age: 13 years old
Weight: 70 pounds
Spay/Neuter: Yes
Heartworm Status: Negative
Microchip: Yes
Good w/Kids: Yes
Good w/Big Dogs: Yes
Good w/Small Dogs: Yes
Good w/Cats: No
House Trained: Yes
Adoption Status: Deceased
Location: Cypress, TX

Special Considerations for Adoption:

Alex

I have a friend who said he'd never own a dog because they die too soon. Personally I think he misses the point completely. They live with such joy and enthusiasm, love completely and savor every treat and adventure that comes their way. Alex was such a dog. Always curious - turn on the water faucet? Sounds good, unzip the tent: hey, never know what's outside. Pantry and closet doors - no problem; Sliding glass doors - here, let me show you how it's done. And then there were the jolly balls, banned from my house when Alex was still young because of his complete and utter obsession to them. Nothing else existed when he had his jolly ball to play with, sing to and carry around. Swimming was a close second - the boy was a champion diver from the first. His cardinal rule - never walk into water if you can dive into it. And he always appreciated Aunt Glenna buying a pool just for his enjoyment. In loving memory of Anderhaus Alexandr the Great (Alex), born August 15, 1998; died November 3, 2011. Allie-man, you will always live in my heart and my memories.