Al Alba Aisberg (1988-1998)

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Picture of Al Alba Aisberg (1988-1998), a female Doberman Pinscher

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Home:Stewartsville, NJ  [I have a diary!]  
Sex: Female   Weight: 51-100 lbs

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Alba, Albina

Doggie Dynamics:
not playfulvery playful

Quick Bio:

She loved to dig holes and run, run as much as she could.

When someone bothered anyone in her family. She would growl and show all her teeth! Also BATHS!

Favorite Toy:
Tennis balls. Loved to bite them in half and peel off the fuzzy stuff. Also anything fuzzy that she could suck on while she was falling asleep

Favorite Food:
Anything the people had.

Favorite Walk:
anywhere where she could RUN!!!

Best Tricks:
Stealing food straight out of people's mouths. Drinking out of a bottle w/o spilling anything.

Arrival Story:
Our neighbor brought her to us. She was so tiny and could hardly walk. We had to keep her! Little did we know that this dog was capable of total distruction of everything in her path!!

She was a beautiful and loving girl who meant everything to our family. When we moved from Latvia to America we had to bring her with us, we couldn't bare to leave her. She lived a life every day to the end full of love and joy and we will never ever forget all that she's done for us. She died of liver failure (common to dobes) at the age of 10 and a half in 1998. She was one of those dogs that come along once in a lifetime.

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In Loving Memory

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I've Been On Dogster Since:
May 22nd 2005 More than 11 years!

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In Loving Memory

Do you ever get over the loss?

December 15th 2005 7:28 am
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It's been 7 years since Alba passed away... I still think about her almost every day. Sometimes I dream that she's alive and came over to play.
I wonder if it was beacuse she was my childhood dog and she made a very special impact on my life... But I guess every dog that we have during our lifetime is very special in their own way.

I also have come to a conclusion that there is no way you ever stop missing those who have crossed to the bridge. I also hope that the poem is true and that she really is waiting for me on the other side.

I miss my girl


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May 31st 2005 11:03 am
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Thank you DOGSTER for making my diary one of the daily picks on Monday.


Our babies

May 23rd 2005 10:29 am
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Along the way Alba had some puppies. Her second litter turned out some winners. I googled her name and found her children, grand children and great grand children who are champions all over Europe. We've got babies in Latvia, Lithuania and Estonia, Switzerland (they all got their tails and ears cuz of the no docking laws) and the Netherlands.
If anyone wants to see some beautiful dobes that belong to her line check out

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