Monthly Archives: May 2012

May 29,2012
Pannus in Dogs

Rocky Rocky was out this weekend and he is even more handsome in person than in these photos! Rocky is sweet as can be and has a noble soul. He […]

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May 25,2012
What does your dog eat?

In a desperate attempt to get some crosstalk and comments on this blog, I was going to start off this post saying that I feed my dogs Old Roy dog […]

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May 24,2012
Come back here NOW!

While we at GSROC do not condone or advise walking a dog off leash at all, most pet owners have had the experience of your dog slipping past you, your […]

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May 23,2012
Another reason to spay your dogs

Whenever you talk to someone who does rescue work, the topic of spaying and neutering will inevitably come up. The most talked about reason for spaying and neutering in the […]

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May 15,2012

Bloat is a life-threatening emergency that affects dogs in the prime of life. Anatomy of Bloat Bloat can occur in any dog at any age, but typically occurs in middle-aged […]

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May 14,2012
A sweet poem about Rescue

Once I was a lonely dog, Just looking for a home. I had no place to go, No one to call my own. I wandered up and down the streets, […]

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May 11,2012
German Shepherds and shedding

It never fails that at any German Shepherd Rescue OC event, someone comes up and asks about German Shepherds and shedding. Several people suggested this as a blog topic … […]

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Happy Mother’s Day!

German Shepherd Rescue OC would like to wish all mothers out there a wonderful Mother’s Day! Whether you have 4 footed furry babies, 2 footed human babes or both-we know […]

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May 09,2012
Coping with the loss of a pet

Ten Tips on Coping with Pet Loss by Moira Anderson Allen, M.Ed. Anyone who considers a pet a beloved friend, companion, or family member knows the intense pain that accompanies […]

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May 08,2012
Snail bait kills dogs!

In certain areas of the world snail bait is one of the most common causes of accidental poisonings in dogs. The toxic active ingredient found in most slug and snail […]

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May 07,2012
Separation Anxiety

What is separation anxiety? It is a behavior that manifests itself as visible stress upon departure of a dog’s person. The anxiety can vary from mild to severe. Separation anxiety […]

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