My German Shepherd Gina, RIP
Rescued with her mother, we never dreamed she would go first, but at 9 years old, cancer crept in and stole her away.
We hear a siren and no howling, dinner is no longer an exciting time, and the squirrels are making their way back into the yard.
In 6 years, she captured our hearts and even the grown kids who were a little jealous of our (dog), have shed their own tears.
I am told dogs go to heaven and I hope that is true. I would love to see our girl again feeling better and back to her old loving self.
We miss you Gina, and while other gsd's will come into our home, you will never be replaced.Total German Shepherd
Kathy, I am so very sorry for your loss of your German Shepherd, Gina. Let me say right up front that I am so very sorry for your loss. It is so very hard to lose a wonderful German Shepherd at any time but your memories will help you through it all. Your memories will stick with you forever and help through your grieveing process. But thank you so much for sharing your story about your German Shepherd Dog, Gina, here with us all.
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