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    I love German Shepherds too.
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    Adorable, but sorry they were all asleep. I found it interesting that in the "warnings" section they mention the dogs are bred to AKC standards. I haven't been "in Shepards" for a very long time but last I knew, white Shepards can not be registered with the AKC.

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    I have 2 young dogs 11months and 18months a pedigree bishion and a bishion cross. Those puppies look so much like them fast asleep, without the snoring.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Roberta View Post
    Adorable, but sorry they were all asleep. I found it interesting that in the "warnings" section they mention the dogs are bred to AKC standards. I haven't been "in Shepards" for a very long time but last I knew, white Shepards can not be registered with the AKC.
    You bring up a good point. I too was under the impression that white shepherds were not recognized by AKC because white shepherd are produced from a gene mutation. White coloring is a recessive gene and to get a litter of all white puppies require both parents to have the recessive gene. Maybe they breed them to AKC standards but the owners are of the understanding that they cannot be registered. I could be incorrect as I am not into breeding.
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    I had a Shepard, adopted her thru my vets office, she was a true rescue, she came with some baggage, she was work and worry, with many health issues to. I lost her when she only 5 yrs old to Lymphosarcoma. It took her life very quickly.
    I knew she was not right on a late Wed. afternoon by the next Monday afternoon when she was finally diagnosed, there was nothing they or any vet hospital could do for her.
    What a wonderful beast. She was misunderstood by many and mistreated by one select individual.
    She came out of an abusive home, the woman owner had to leave the abusive man she was living with and left the dog behind, so he turned his abuse to Jasmine it was neighbors who alerted the absent owner of the happenings.
    People came in and readily took the golden retrievers which were his, poor Jasmine, nobody wanted her. So an Aunt came in to foster Jazz while they could find her a home. The aunt a single woman spent hundreds getting her initial vet work and health issues taken care of, she delayed getting herself a new furnace to get Jazz healthy.
    When we adopted her we paid her for every cent she had spent, she was so grateful, as she was not expecting any money.
    I miss, miss, miss, my Jasmine.

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    God bless all who adopt rescues of any breed. They can bring such happiness into our lives and are forever grateful for saving them. My current dog Merlyn is a rescue from a woman who married and got rid of him so she could travel with her new Mr. Moneybags.

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