The Needy German Shepherd

Just before the big lockdown, my old husky/German shepherd mix died at 13 years old. I let him out to go and he fell over dead. It is heartbreaking when this happens. He’s missed, but getting another dog always helps the grieving for me. This sounds bad, but they’re not like people in that a replacement does ease the grieving. The idea of being more carefree without a dog to tend to doesn’t work for me and in a few months time, I’m out looking…

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Mark Spearman

Mark Spearman

Old guy that writes, rides motorcycles, and takes photos of anything he finds interesting.

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