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Our first storm in Texas. Dorothy hid under the table so I covered her with her nonna blanky 🖤 my other sweet baby decided she needed her brother so he cuddled with her until it was over 🖤🖤🖤 #blacklabs#germanshepherd#siblinglove
What if I had a whole Instagram account for the back of Piper's head? What if I didn't live with gamers and didn't have 3 tvs in my living room right now? What if I wasn't only on day 11 of Whole30 and didn't want to eat the Caramel swirl candle Sean insists on lighting every day? #questions#ihavethem#germanshepherd#thoseiconicears
We have a wide breed range of protection dogs for sale or in training. We have German Shepard’s, Mali’s, Dobermans, Cane Corso, XL Bully, Presa Canario, Great Dane & Rottweilers in our programme. Make your enquiry today by emailing [email protected]
Professor Cinnamon here to let you know that it was 73 years ago today that Joe Rosenthal snapped his iconic photo of the US flag being raised over Iwo Jima (you probably know what I’m talking about, swipe to see it if you don’t). On February 23, 1945, US Marines hoisted an American flag over Mount Suribachi on the Japanese island of Iwo Jima, which made for a cool photo...a little later in the day, another group of Marines raised an even larger American flag, which made for an even cooler photo! It is an inspirational pic, but not without its controversy - the identity of the photographed soldiers was disputed for years, as was whether the photo was staged. The biggest controversy? Why US Marines were on the island in the first place! The battle for Iwo Jima lasted only about a month, and in that time nearly 7,000 Americans were killed - including 3 of the 6 Marines in the photo - all to win a small island with no real strategic significance. Sadly, other than the Pulitzer Prize that Rosenthal won for his photo, not much came out of the Battle for Iwo Jima! Oh well. Hope you found this interesting!