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GSDs and baseball…what could be better?

Come join us for a fun filled family day where you can actually BRING YOUR DOG to watch the game. There will be multiple vendors, raffles, free giveaways, and of course the game!

GSR&RC has some complementary tickets available. If you would like to go just shoot Robin an email at Robin@germanshepherdcenter.org. She will leave the tickets at the gate with your name. Tickets are available on a first come first serve basis.

WHO: GSR&RC and PawSox

WHAT: Bark in the Park and PawSox vs. Lehigh Valley Iron Pigs at 1:05pm!

WHEN: Saturday, April 5, 2014

WHERE: McCoy Stadium, Pawtucket RI

WHY: To help save GSDs and have some fun, too! 

Our Featured GSD is JESSIE!


Jessie lost her eye in a bear attack but that doesn't stop her from loving kids!  
More info about Jessie coming soon! 

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In Memory of Chloe...

 

 

It is with stunned and profound sadness that we share the news that Chloe has gone to the rainbow bridge. Chloe’s surgery left her with a mild case of megaesophagus, and due to complications of this condition she developed aspiration pneumonia. She was simply too tiny and just not strong enough to fight through it.

 Chloe was a big dog in a tiny puppy’s body, and she never knew she was sick. She gave everyone hell, bossed all the other dogs around, spoke her mind and made us all love her. She had a tenacity and spirit found in the best of her breed, and she amazed us all with her determination and will. In the end there was just not enough for her to battle through this setback.

We would like to thank everyone that donated to her care, supported her recovery, followed her progress and who will mourn her loss. We are grateful to everyone who decided to give her a chance and the many people who loved and cared for her every day of her short life.  

You think dogs will not be in heaven? I tell you, they will be there long before any of us. ~Robert Louis Stevenson

 

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