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Feb 8, 2011 - Omega Shepherds Leah Andersen

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Leah Andersen Indiscriminate breeding has lead to hereditary diseases such as hip and elbow dysplasia, (be sure both parents have had their hips certified at least OFA good) blood disorders, digestive problems (probably due to nerves), epilepsy, chronic eczema, keratitis (inflammation of the cornea), dwarfism and flea allergies.

Omega Shepherds Julie Andersen Often used as working dogs, German Shepherds are bold, alert and fearless. Cheerful, obedient and eager to learn. Known for their tremendous loyalty...

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Feb 2, 2011 - Omega Shepherds Julie Andersen

Omega Shepherds Leah Andersen
Omega Shepherds The German Shepherd Dog is hailed as the world’s leading police, guard and military dog, however, this dependable breed is more than its 9-to-5 job. Consistently one of the United States’ most popular breeds according to AKC® Registration Statistics, the German Shepherd Dog is also a loving family companion, herder and show competitor. The breed is approachable, direct and fearless, with a strong, muscular body. The GSD may be most colors, but most commonly is black and tan.


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Jun 14, 2007 - Day 3: North into Montana

On the road at 7:50 under mostly cloudy skies. Soon after reaching the Montana border we encountered on and off rain showers. A wet morning gas stop produced a quick inquiry from a woman who was hoping to talk her husband into the extra size, comfort and facilities of a Trail Manor over purchasing a tent trailer. By lunch, we were pretty well done with the showers, but not the adventure. We tried the shortest route to Clancy, a road showing in the Rand McNally Atlas as a double gray line. The road itself was gray, gray rocks and gravel. It...

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