Arrival Story: My husband bugged me for months for a pup. We stumbled across an ad in the local paper and after a bit of coaxing I called the guy. He said he was coming into the city with the pups and both parents. I told him we wanted a male and he said he had more boys then girls. I arranged to meet with him and then of course my husband had to work. called the guy and let him know I was on my way and he rather rudely told me not to bother as he only had one female left and he was sure I didn't want the runt so he would just take her home and shoot her as he was tired of feeding her. I asked him to at least let me look at her. It was love at first sight and from the minute I picked her up she has been my dog
Bio: Sabi was trained and certified as a personal protection dog and for most of her life she worked with me. She was permanently retired in February 2011 for health reasons. She is my partner and my best friend.
Saboteur is easily the most fascinating dog I have ever had the pleasure of knowing.
She has taught me more about myself then I could ever have imagined. She will happily tend an orphaned bunny and then put on her harness and go save the world. She is the dog people should see when they look at GSDs. She is courageous, loyal and unfailing in her work ethic. She has never been an aggressive dog but will defend her family to her last breathe. I hear people talk about their heart dogs and I smile. Sabi owns my soul. Her eyes hold secrets of generations past. To look into them is to know all that is loving and brave. I cannot believe that one tiny puppy that no one wanted has had such an impact on so many people. The policemen that worked with us still ask about her and I suspect no one who has ever known her will forget. My former boss and mentor stated that the only thing wrong with her was that she wasn't his.
If she could live on heart I would have her forever.
Forums Motto: When the night closes in I will be there