Arrival Story: We were looking for a german shepherd when i was little and i remember it quite clearly. It was a nice barn full of puppies and Elsa's mum was a pure white alsation, very beautiful. I remember getting her and coming home and bending her ears down saying she looked sad with them like that. She was very playful with Blue, our big friendly golden retriever.
Bio: She was named after Elsa, the lioncub on born free.
Today we went into a sweet little village and into a big old house, that had loads of shops inside and around it. In one of the garden areas were statues and there was a german shepherd statue for 20.00 ; it was positioned in the same way Elsa used to lie. My mum was overjoyed and forked out the full amount with no questions asked. She has put it over Elsa's grave in the garden and its looking right up to the sky, right up to heaven, guarding and protecting Elsa's soul.
Elsa was the only one had a unique sort of talent. She could open the front door to visitors.
In the middle of the night when my brother would come home late and everyone was in bed she would jump up and open up the door. She could let herself out the back door to go to the toilet. Elsa's door talent was something we hadn't trained her, she picked it up over many years. She was the smartest dog ever. The useful door opening will be highly missed :P x
the first time i saw Elsa, i about 4. It was in a barn full of beautiful puppies and her mum was a gorgeous white alsation.
I remember picking her up and the smell was lovely. You know, that sort of puppy, hay barn smell. She was so fluffy and sweet and gentle. I remember my brother pulling her ears down, saying she looks cute and my mum saying she looked sad.
On the first day she played outside with our big, fluffy, 3 year old and my mum took a picture and Elsa was on her back. She was so gorgeous.
i miss her.