Profile: Hello, I am Luke. I am happily married to Chrissy and have a son named Ryan. I have a love for dogs and have had eight dogs in my life. I stopped buying other dogs when my last one died over 8 years ago, but then I fell in love with Gracie and Sadie (Stella and Gabby were their shelter names) when I visited a dog shelter for my friend. I brought them home, and now four years down the line they have both passed on and I have a new dog named Sheba. She gets along perfectly with my son Ryan and Daughter Emma. My wife is happy and so am I.
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This is Sheba, our Siberian Husky. She is now three years old, she is spoiled and loves to run with her doggy friends and puppies. She has had four puppies and one litter. Her birth day is on the 12th of June, she will be three years old then. She likes to swim and play tug-a-war with me and Ryan. She likes to be the center of attention and is best when around other dogs. She runs with quite a large pack of dogs and enjoys being around them. Her best friend is Me, then Ryan, and then Chrissy. Her best doggy friend is her daughter, Kyla. She knows loads of tricks and is a very fit and energetic dog. Her favourite day time walk is through the park where she and her half-pack run on some days, and her favourite night time walk is through the woods at that same park. She is so spoiled because we lost out old dogs, Gracie and Sadie the Labrador retriever and German shepherd, and we lost them due to drowning and depression. You can read about their story on their albums.View Profile
This is Gracie, out Labrador Retriever. She loved to swim and we always joked that when she died it would be swimming. She was born on a rainy day outside because her breeders couldn't move the mother, they had to leave them out side until the birth was over. She used to lvoe chasing her tennis ball, which we named Slobby, in the water. Whenever we said the word 'Slobby' she would run to the front door and wait to go to the beach. Oh how we miss out little Angel. Gracie was extremely smart, but we sadly lost her one day. We always let the dogs out last thing at night and Gracie had been outside for more then 10 minutes. I went out looking and couldn't find her, then I saw Sadie, our German shepherd, stuck under the fence. She must have tried to follow Gracie. We looked as much as we could and my wife, Chrissy, started making posters to put out in the morning. While she put the posters out the next day, I went looking for Gracie with Sadie and Ryan. It had been raining allot the passed few days and I couldn't find Gracie anywhere. I went to the beach to look because it was that far away. I looked over the edge of the cracking water and saw a black dog. I called Gracie and it was her. I called the fire department, but sadly they couldn't get her out. She got blown down the beack and got stuck under a heavy rock. When they finally got Gracie out, she was freezing and motionless. She had drowned to death, and they could tell because she was limp. The following days and weeks were horrible. Sadie refused to eat or drink and we had to get her put on a drip. We miss Gracie every day and wish we hadn't let them out that night. R.I.P Gracie December 13th 2005.View Profile
Sadie, my beloved Shepherd. She and Gracie were adopted together. Sadie was a full-of-life German shepherd who loved cuddles, playing with Sadie and swimming. Both dogs were abused in their old homes, and flinched for two weeks while they lived with me. Two years after I adopted Sadie and Gracie, I met Chrissy and later on we got married and brought a house together. Both dogs loved Chrissy and then 13 montsh down the line we had Ryan, out baby boy. The dogs adored him, but Sadie was very protective and if she was looking a different way and you went to pick Ryan up she'd have a go at your hand, then realize it was you and back away as if to say 'Sorry, i didn't mean it.' In december Gracie went missing and drowned to death. Sadie and the family all went through depression. Sadie stopped eating and drinking and so we had to put her on a drip. She slowly starved herself to death and all we could do was watch. We miss both dogs terribly, and nothing can explain why this happened to them. R.I.P Sadie December 23rd, 2005.View Profile