Date: Thu, 17 Dec 2015 19:50:07 -0500
From: Irene Domkowski idomkowski@
Reply-To: Irene Domkowski idomkowski@
Subject: Tigua's development
To: Roger Tortorella rogerdorothy@
Roger ...too funny..on our walk this morning...I thought about how I needed to update you. Glad you reached out! Tigua's progress is amazing...she is beautiful...based on the photos you sent of her parents, she has her father's face and her mother's shiney coat. Everyone comments on how beautiful she is. She has a lot of puppy energy and we have devoted our lives to training, socialization, and fun...Dennis has taken her for 2 hikes in the Adirondacks this past fall. She's very athletic and strong. One of her friends is a 2 year old Pitbull named Fenway.
The vet is impressed with her intelligence.
I will do a better job sending pics...here's one to start.....thanks for reaching out...Merry Christmas and a Joyous New Year...Kindest regards...Irene
These are German Shepherds or other types of shepherd dogs from other countries - mainly Romania, Cyprus or Spain. They are not GSDR dogs but we feature dogs for other rescues and rescuers to try and help them find homes for these dogs. The dogs from other countries have full passports, they are rabies vaccinated and microchipped. Most have had terrible lives and GSDR believe they now deserve the chance of enjoying a kind loving home.
ADOPTION FEES APPLY WHICH MAY BE DIFFERENT TO OURS AND IN SOME CASES TRANSPORT COSTS TO THE UK.
The Supreme Council of the 1919 Paris Peace Conference awarded all of German East Africa (GEA) to Britain on 7 May 1919, over the strenuous objections of Belgium.  : 240 The British colonial secretary , Alfred Milner , and Belgium's minister plenipotentiary to the conference, Pierre Orts , then negotiated the Anglo-Belgian agreement of 30 May 1919  : 618–9 where Britain ceded the north-western GEA provinces of Ruanda and Urundi to Belgium.  : 246 The conference's Commission on Mandates ratified this agreement on 16 July 1919.  : 246–7 The Supreme Council accepted the agreement on 7 August 1919.  : 612–3