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    German shepherd Dog

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    For thousands of years dogs have walked alongside man with loyalty, care, and friendship. Now there is the dog called the German shepherd and to me it is the most reliable of all the dogs. They have a history that is different from others, they can be trained to always stand by you, they are strictly bred to perfection, and they have done many great heroic actions. I should get a German shepherd. The history of German shepherds is both remarkable and interesting. During the late 1890s, the first

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    A Shepherd is an insanely amazing dog. These types of dogs can teach you so much. They are very intelligent animals. It is a fact that they are the second most popular dog in the world. A German Shepard is one of my favorite dogs, its definitely a beautiful animal. Shepherds are super watchful, and really curious. They can also be very loyal and always think they are the bosses when they’re around any other dogs. They’re super intelligent animals. Shepherds have a weird history. These types of dogs

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    Wild, he symbolizes many things in the book. Buck, gold sacks, Mercedes, and others are looked on as symbolic. In this essay, you will find out what these items symbolize. The main character in the book is Buck, a half St. Bernard, half Scotch shepherd dog. In the story, he is betrayed by someone he trusts and is thrown into a harsh world. A world where you must work or be discarded. He adapts to the harsh environment, and soon enough becomes the leader of a wolf pack. Here London makes Buck a symbol

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    The Shepard’s Keeper

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    head. The grass beneath the shepherdess, which covers the entire land, has bald spots and contains dandy lions giving it great character. This is the grass on which the flock is feeding on. Watching over the sheep is a shepherd dog stand just to the right of the flock. The dog stands very proudly and has a great pride in his job. The sky in this work is covered entirely with clouds. The only bare spot in the sky is at the very top of the painting where the clouds begin to split. Millet’s work

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    Owning a German Shepherd Providing a Fenced in yard If you do not already have a fenced in yard you should consider getting your yard fenced, or installing an “invisible” fence. If you already have a fenced in yard you should check to ensure that it is secure. Make certain there are no spots around your fence where a German Shepherd could fit through. Check for loose planks in the fence that may be loosened by your German Shepherd. Buying a German Shepherd Bed German Shepherds are affectionate

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    Max vom Stephanitz, founder of the German Shepherd breed said it best, “Utility is the true criterion of beauty.” The German Shepherd is a dying breed, not because it is losing popularity, but because it is drifting too far from it’s origin. Initially the breed was supposed to be versatile, confident, smart, courageous, and aloof to strangers. They were sable, grey, and black. They had straight backs, and normal functioning hind limbs. Health problems were nearly extinct. This breed still lives today

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    Saving Sheep

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    from a variety of causes such as: wild animals, old age, disease, an error in giving birth, and much more which can really narrow down your herd. There are many ways to save your sheep from these causes such as: using llamas to protect them, guard dogs, and medicinal remedies. Llamas can be used to protect your sheep by scaring away and fighting with coyotes which is a major cause of dying sheep. Many people have never heard of this method of protecting sheep and still many have not believed it

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    Theology of Leadership From the Bible

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    This paper is an attempt to do the impossible. In a handful of pages, I will dig into the Bible to build a theology of leadership, look at history to see important influences on the pastoral vocation, and build a personal structure for my call to the pastorate. Fittingly, this paper faces many of the challenges of ministry. The job description is massive in scope, the resources are scant, and the hope for success lies squarely on the work of the Spirit. Before I begin building this theology, let

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    As You

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    Plato plays with this scheme: he retains the erotic atmosphere, but he inverts and purifies the whole process in the name of virtue and wisdom. In the Republic, however, Socrates' pupil forsakes this model in favor of a bisexual education for the shepherds and shepherdesses of the State. Aristotle resolutely opposes this move. He thus reverts to a kind of homosexual paideia for the future citizens of his ideal state, but this choice fosters many unspoken problems. À la fin du premier livre de la

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