Meg

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If Meg were human, she would be one heck of a glamorous grannie and 84 years young.  Like most grannies, she will need a uniquely special home, well you wouldn’t home your grannie with just anyone would you?  Now that Meg’s is being medicated regularly for arthritis, she is re-gaining her muscle strength, & whilst she won’t attempt a flight of stairs, & nor should she, she loves nothing more than to have a stroll to get the paper, or a short trip to the park, a) because she is nosey & likes to see who is about, b) because she loves strutting her stuff, just frolicking free in the sunshine & c) because Meg is happy to take 40 winks by your feet as you take in the views, or chat with neighbours on your stroll.  Her morning skipping is a delight to watch and she happily goes off lead as her re-call is excellent providing she is in hearing distance – slightly deaf, so you will need to shout!  Meg is a bit of a gourmet queen too, as she enjoys her food, relishes treats but only if it is chicken!   Meg likes her water running from a tap & will drink from a bowl. Meg is keen to please, has bonded quickly with her foster dad who only has to uncross his legs for Meg to be at his side waiting to see what’s happening, she hates to be left out.  She enjoys a car ride, and has been known to hum along to the music.   Like many grannies, she does need a hand or two getting in and out of the car, although she is starting to relax with her lifts up and down as she is in less pain.  Meg prefers not to be alone.  Meg will need a special home as she needs more time than most. Like many grannies her fur is thinning, & her skin is quite fragile/sensitive, although this should improve with time and medicated baths.  She enjoys a light brush, mostly on the top of her head, and tolerates very very light grooming, but will let you know if she is scared or if it hurts.  She plays football, & is darn good at passing it back to you to play again.  She has met rabbits, and whilst she snuffled a hello, she was pretty indifferent to them either as friends or as potential dinner candidates!!  Being a Senior, she would prefer a quite peaceful home, where she can bond with her new “Human/s” and in return Meg will be a gentle, caring faithful companion for as long as she is able.  Meg has quite a quirky personality, being a teenager in a grannie’s body!  She is adored by all at her foster home.

Meg is staying with her foster family!!

Our Miracle Meg sadly had to be put down due to a ruptured spleen. She had so much fun and love the time she was with her new family and will be missed by the many who knew her.

Why we do what we do

German Shepherd Rescue Elite was not only set up to help as many unwanted, abandoned and neglected German Shepherds as possible, but to also offer education to the general public on the responsibilities / pros / cons of owning a large working breed dog and to be able to offer help and advice so hopefully we can become the prevention for once instead of always being the cure.

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