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Thread: Here's another pretty GSD Sue...in a NO kill shelter

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    Here's another pretty GSD Sue...in a NO kill shelter

    Here you go...another beauty.



    Alabama
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    German Shepherd Dog

    Size: Large
    Age: Adult
    Sex: Female
    I.D:

    Notes: Hi, my name is Alabama, and I'm yet another of the dogs who really got a lucky break in ending up safe and sound here at Southside. I was found with serious injuries after being hit by a car. The nice lady here saw the sweetness and intelligence in my soft brown eyes, and just HAD to try whatever possible to save me and give me a second chance. I have spent weeks in recovery at the vet, and now (other than needing to get some "meat" on my bones)I am ready to cash in on that last lucky break and become somebody's new best friend! My breed is intelligent and learns quickly, so anything I might have forgotten along the way (they'll never know how I ended up on my own) will be a cinch for me to pick up on again! Please come meet me and let me show you what a sweet, gentle girl I am. My heart is yours for a good meal, a soft voice, and a pat on the head. Please make my dreams come true. Love, Alabama


    This pet is: up to date with routine shots, altered



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    Don't buy while shelter dogs die!!

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    Gosh Alabama is gorgeous! GSDs are my very favorite large breed dog. I don't think she will have a hard time finding a forever home and getting a little meat back on her pretty bones. Paws all crossed here for Alabama!

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    What a cutie!

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    she's beautiful! hope she finds a home soon.
    Owned by two little pastries!


    REST IN PEACE GRACIE. NOT A DAY GOES BY THAT I DON'T MISS YOU.

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    With a Name like "Alabama" , you's think she belonged at Cataholic's house!!!

    She's a cutie!!!

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    SHE LOOKS LIKE SHILOH!!!! What a real cutie! So glad she is at a no-kill shelter. She should be snatched up immediately!!! She is GORGEOUS!!!!
    Save a life, ADOPT!!
    Sue

    Rainbow Bridge Angels: Thor, Shiloh and Killian, Avalanche and Wolf
    (RB Gaylord and Bandit, fosters who have touched my heart)

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    Well, Alabama has been adopted. Yea for that Pretty girl.

    A Beautiful dog. She deserves a life of love by special folks.
    I've Been Boo'd

    I've been Frosted






    Men, it has been well said, think in herds. It will be seen that they go mad in herds, while they only recover their senses slowly, and one by one."
    Charles Mackay, Scottish journalist, circa 1841

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    Woohoo!!! Wonderful news!!!! She really does look like Shiloh!!!
    Save a life, ADOPT!!
    Sue

    Rainbow Bridge Angels: Thor, Shiloh and Killian, Avalanche and Wolf
    (RB Gaylord and Bandit, fosters who have touched my heart)

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    Thanks Liz, I didn't see that!!


    Don't buy while shelter dogs die!!

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    Yeah for Alabama!!!

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    Well , I found out Monday that Alabama is back at the Shelter.

    Couldn't believe it when I saw the ADOPTED taken off her picture
    on the Pet Finder site. I called the Shelter and found out that
    her new family brought her back & said she was not house
    broken. Alabama had been with a foster family for two months
    re-cooping from her surgery & the foster mom said she never
    had a problem with her at all. Rosie(Southside Animal
    Shelter) thinks Alabama wasn't really given a chance to settle in
    to yet another new place. I have an appt. at 4pm tomorrow to
    visit with Alabama & two other dogs that I've been wanting to
    check out as well. I think Smokey would like a friend.
    I've Been Boo'd

    I've been Frosted






    Men, it has been well said, think in herds. It will be seen that they go mad in herds, while they only recover their senses slowly, and one by one."
    Charles Mackay, Scottish journalist, circa 1841

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    Originally posted by lizbud
    I have an appt. at 4pm tomorrow to
    visit with Alabama & two other dogs that I've been wanting to
    check out as well. I think Smokey would like a friend.
    Oh Wow! Liz this is so exciting!! I'll be checking back in tomorrow night to see how it went. Smokey get ready - your life may be about to change big time!

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    OH LIZ!!!! Good luck at Rosie's. I'm so excited for you and Smokey!!! I hope it is a match! That would be wonderful!!!!! Can't wait to hear how it goes tomorrow!!

    Oh, and have I mentioned before that Alabama looks like Shiloh!!!!!
    Last edited by Sudilar; 04-22-2003 at 09:57 PM.
    Save a life, ADOPT!!
    Sue

    Rainbow Bridge Angels: Thor, Shiloh and Killian, Avalanche and Wolf
    (RB Gaylord and Bandit, fosters who have touched my heart)

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    Who else are you visiting with Liz? Good luck and let us know.


    Don't buy while shelter dogs die!!

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    Molly,

    I also asked about seeing Chips, Roscoe and Shapiro. I have
    a real soft spot for Shapiro & her story of being found around
    Shapiro's Deli. Smokey seems to like other dogs & cats he's met
    so far, so I'm hoping for a compatiable match either male or
    female.I have to keep telling myself, Alabama is not Buddy & I
    shouldn't expect her to be like him. Well, we'll see. Liz.
    I've Been Boo'd

    I've been Frosted






    Men, it has been well said, think in herds. It will be seen that they go mad in herds, while they only recover their senses slowly, and one by one."
    Charles Mackay, Scottish journalist, circa 1841

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