German Shepherd/Siberian Husky
Picture of Inge, a female German Shepherd/Siberian Husky

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Age: 12 Years   Sex: Female   Weight: 26-50 lbs

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GSP (German Shepherd Pig), "NO" (we have to say this a lot to her)

Quick Bio:
-dog rescue

September 10th 2004

Her little sis

Being ignored by her little sis, big scary looking dogs,

Favorite Toy:
Her little sis

Favorite Food:
Anything - even something NOT edible, Innova EVO

Favorite Walk:
A dog park she gets to go every Sunday

Best Tricks:
High-five, sneaking into the living room somehow, eating fast (I mean, really fast!)

Arrival Story:
Inge came from South with her little sis, Cheyenne. They were lucky to have met a wonderful woman, Morgan, and her organization who save dogs from animal shelters. We just fell in love with her when we saw a pic of her and decided to take her in just like that :)

I've Been On Dogster Since:
March 3rd 2005 More than 11 years!

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"All You Can Eat"

March 5th 2005 4:36 pm
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Dear Diary,

My mom told me to write this down before I forget the meaning of it. Well, I guess she is still mad at me...

It happened two weeks ago. My mom and dad had to go out without us. My little sister and I have plenty toys to play with but I was a bit mad because it was really nice outside and I wanted to go with them. The day started off bad like that. As soon as they left, my little sis and I started to play. I guess we played a bit too rough that the door to the next room "accidentally" opened when I bumped into it. YES!!! This next room leads us to the kitchen, whose door mom forgot to close. I took my sister to the kitchen and we found a bag of my favorite doggie food!!! My sister and I ate and ate and ate and ate. Gosh, I don't remember how much I ate! But after a while, I felt sick and had to throw up. One in the kitchen, one in the bed room, one more in the living room and some more in the kennel room... Then my mom and dad came home. They were really worried and took us to the vet right away. The doctor said we would be OK but that we couldn't eat normally for a few days...

Well, the lesson I learned? "All You Can Eat" does not mean "All You Want To Eat". I know mom, I will be careful next time I get a chance sneak into the Kitchen!!!


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