Unique german dog names

unique german dog names

Hello, I'm Sharda Baker,

Are you a little like me and just love hearing those amazing dog stories?

I'm thrilled to release this incredible collection of genuine . heart warming , often heart wrenching stories depicting that special bond that exists between humans and doggies.

This collection of 123 dog stories illustrates the bond. the trust. the unquestioning selfless love. the fierce protection. that for some reason dogs share with us, humans.

As you read these stories you will probably start thinking about someone you know who has had an amazing experience with their dog, maybe you yourself have a story to share one day?

What the experts say about dogs and healing.

For a long time medical experts have been talking about the "healing power" of our pets. There are many medical claims that pet owners have reduced stress, reduced heart disease and stroke compared to those in the general community who do not own a pet. How can this be?

What's is it about owning a pet that can have such a profound effect on out health and well being? What is it about dog ownership that can stir those "feeling and emotions"" that non pet owners just can't understand.

I mean, are you like me and have some friends that look a little strange at you when you have your doggy sitting up on your lap gazing deeply into your eyes?

I had this idea one day.

I wanted to hear from others how their dog has had a dramatic effect on their lives, so I went about collecting doggy stories.

I certainly opened Pandora's box.

I remember clearly one of the first dog stories I received. It was from a woman called Deanna. Deanna was in the depths of depression, anxiety, suffered a social phobia and was contemplating suicide until something special happened.

Here's one story from the ebook;

"Hi. I have a dog story that is special to me because I believe it saved my life. I was trying to deal with depression, anxiety and social phobia. I was at a very low point in my life, I had just gave birth to a new baby, I already had 2 other children, and I couldn't leave the house.

Also when my new baby was only a week old I found out that his father wasn't who he said he was (but that's another story). Anyways, I was sitting on the couch in the little house I was renting, crying my eyes out which had become a regular event. I was holding my son and wondering what I was going to do, I felt so sad and alone extremely depressed. and felt useless to my children and was even considering "taking myself out of the picture".

I began to pray, I prayed for an angel to help me. to guide me, to make my life better. I then put my son to bed and then cried myself to sleep.

The next morning I woke with an unexplainable urge. I was anxious and excited and I could not get the thought of going to the Society For The Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (S.P.C.A.) out of my mind. I tried to quit thinking about it as another "being" in the house is just more work but I couldn't, I had to go!

I got a friend to watch my kids and I drove to the SPCA. As soon as I pulled up a bunch of dogs came out into their runs, they were bouncing and whining and barking. all except one. She was the most beautiful dog I had ever seen, she was huge but I couldn't take my eyes off her. She too just sat staring at me sitting there in the car. I don't remember what any of the other dogs looked like. I don't think I even took notice of them except all the noise and commotion they were making.

I got out of the car and couldn't help but smile at her. her ears pricked up and she cocked

her head to the side. I went into the building and asked what kind of dog she was. I was told a 2 year old Lab/St. Bernard cross (so you can imagine the size). She said normally they would give a big dog like that to a farm but because she chases cattle (which was the reason she was there), they wanted someone in the city to adopt her. plus she seemed more of an indoor dog.

Well we went into the back where the pens were and I walked straight over to this beautiful golden brown/white girl. I couldn't get over her size! She was huge! I reached into the little hole of the pen and she came up and flipped my hand onto her head with her nose. I laughed at this. she was strong, but yet so gentle. She wasn't jumping or barking just sitting there happy to have my hand on her head.

That's when I saw it. just above eye level was a little name tag. I had to look twice because it shocked me. but yes there it was her name and it was ANGEL. I knew at that moment it was meant to

be. I said I want her, I want to take her home with me now.

And so it was done, there she was, this "gentle giant" in my little house.

It was like a miracle. suddenly I was out of the house everyday taking Angel for walks. I felt safe for the first time in a long time. And, I realized I was happier.

I still had moments of sadness of course but it was like Angel could sense them. she always came to me and put her head on my shoulder like she was giving me a hug. on particularly sad days if I was on the couch or my bed she'd get right up on my lap and curl up. I couldn't even move from the weight of her! But she always cheered me up. She would constantly check on the baby or lay at his feet like she was protecting him. I put him in a jolly jumper and Angel would lay at his feet while he jumped on her. She would even sleep as he crawled on her, pulled at her ears ect. she was definitely a gentle giant.

Then one day she got out and ran. I couldn't find her and was very panicky when suddenly a phone call came in. It was a very nice man who had picked her up and he said he was going to drop her off. Well he did drop her off and the nice man and I have been together ever since.

This Angel saved my life. if she hadn't came into my life when she did I may not be here today to share this story. I believe all dogs are angels. no matter how big or small or breed. They love you unconditionally, and always seem to know when you need them most. I still have my "big girl" and now my family lives on an acreage where she can run free. and guess what? She DOESN'T chase the cattle!!


I was so moved after reading Deanna's story. It is so powerful and is just one of many amazing stories I was privileged to be able to share.

Where did all the amazing true 123 stories come from?

All the stories were sent in by dog owners who responded to a request from me to share a special doggy moment with others. I was sent in hundreds of stories and pictures.

I spent several months reading them all and deciding on which ones to be included in the book.

It wasn't easy choosing

It truly wasn't easy choosing which stories to include as they all had a special charm of their own and had something unique to illustrate about the love humans and dogs share.

I then had the stories professionally proof read. edited and put together in ebook format along with the relevant pictures that were sent in.

I also had researched and included many special quotations written about dogs, including one's written by Plato, Sigmund Freud and Harry S Truman.

The result is a unique, moving, and beautiful collection of stories that are sure to stir the heart of any who choose to read them.

You will be taken away by the honesty and emotional roller coaster ride many of the stories provide.

Here's what some people had to say about Sharda's Dog Story ebook package.

Thank you so much for sharing your beautiful stories with Jerry and I. We were thrilled with the collection you have put together.

It's made us realize even more how special our dogs are and how lucky we are to have them!

The free bonuses were great as well. I especially got a lot of help out of the dog training audio!

I would happily recommend your dog story ebook to other dog lovers out there.


Pam and Jerry Atkinson

Middletown. CT. USA.

Hi Sharda,

Just a quick note to congratulate you on putting together these doggy wonderful doggy stories.

My favorite was about Maxx and his encounter with a tin of white paint while his owners were out! I haven't laughed so much for a long time!

The personalties of the dogs really shines through as well. It's sad to hear about some of those dogs that weren't treated properly.

I can see you went to a lot of trouble collecting the stories and you have dome a great job laying them out the way you have.

Keep up the great work. Hope you decide to do a sequel as well.

Peter Thompson

Ontario. Canada.

Hello Sharda,

Can I take this opportunity to let you know how much I thoroughly enjoyed your dog stories ebook. You had me laughing and crying at the same time.

On a side note, I recently lost my dog to cancer so found the free bonus ebook on pet loss and grief very very helpful. It has helped me cope with the emptiness that the loss of buddy has left inside of me.

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