Love is spelled Zelda
(Los Angeles )
In my room
I just lost the most important being in my life. She was perfectly healthy chasing squirrels then suddenly I'll then gone within two hours at the vet. I was holding on to her when her spirit left. I spent the last 10 years with her, She was my first gsd as an adult. She came into my life and my father died three months later. Zelda was a sable gsd, I got her as a birthday gift, she was already over four months, completely unsocialized and non stop hyper. She kept growing and destroying my house so I sent her to an academy for 6weeks. It helped but I spoiled her so much I guess in the end it didn't matter much. She still did destructive things especially to guests. One incident I had a friend visiting from Europe. He brought me a beautiful art book in English special ordered. I had set him up downstairs on a blow up mattress. We went out and upon our return, Zelda had chewed, destroyed the book, bit the bed and deflated it and as a show stopper, crapped loose stool over it all. I just laughed and said that she's a good communicator. She grew into the most calm, loving and smart dog ever. I love her so much and I am so grateful for having her in my life, thank you Zelda, see you on the other side my love.
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