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This is our story, we lost our 10 year old gsd buster, after a few months our house felt so empty we decided as a family to adopt as we have so much love to give another dog, we had heard of the gsd website so filled out our form, and a visit to the kennels. The first dog we seen was dakota and our hearts melted we just knew he was a present from over the rainbow.

We have had dakota since august and he fills our home,family and hearts with joy and love. He has settled in so quick and has his paws under the table, we cant thank eileen dorothy and carolyn enough for bringing the smile back to our faces.. Dakota loves his walks and cuddles. He is a handsome big boy and feels like we have had him forever. Thank you.

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