Update on White German Shepherd Luka from Kim


Hi Doug! Hope you are well.
It’s been a while so thought I’d check in and give you some updates.

Luka is 85lbs now and stands at about 27”,, he wouldn’t stand still, kept trying to grab the tape measure!! He’s a big puppy!! LOL.

He has been a handful at times, (like you said) onery and defiant , but so loving. He enjoys scratches and is good about getting brushed. He loves chewing on Bully sticks and tree branches. But his nose !! My other shepherds used their noses but not like this guy. He can smell a dog coming down the street and alert us to it even before I can see it!! His favorite game is Find It ,,, so we’ll probably continue with nose work classes and see where that takes us as he matures into his full GSD potential !!

Take care
Kim and Luka


This entry was posted on June 13, 2024.


This entry was posted on June 11, 2024.

Practical Steps that you can take with your German Shepherd for Peace and Inner Transformation


White German Shepherd Aurora when a puppy and German Shepherd Cinnamon


Practice Patience

Dogs, including German Shepherds, require patience and understanding as they learn and grow. When training or interacting with your pets, approach situations with patience and a calm demeanor. Remember to forgive any mistakes or setbacks and keep your focus on positive reinforcement to encourage good behavior.


Create a Peaceful Environment

Creating a peaceful atmosphere in your home is essential for the well-being of your German Shepherds. Dogs are highly sensitive to their  environment and can pick up on your emotions. By cultivating inner peace through mindfulness, or simply taking moments to breathe and center yourself, you can transmit a sense of calm and tranquility to your pets, promoting a sense of security and harmony.


Establish a Routine

Dogs thrive on routine and structure. Create a daily schedule that includes feeding times, exercise, training sessions, and bonding activities with your German Shepherds. Consistency in your interactions and routines can help build trust and a sense of security for your pets.



Engage in activities that promote connection, such as grooming, walking, or playing together. Be fully present and attentive to your pets’ needs, emotions, and behaviors, fostering a deeper understanding and bond between you.



Incorporating these principles into your daily interactions with your German Shepherds can not only improve their well-being but also enrich your own life by promoting a sense of peace, harmony, and connection in your shared experiences, enhancing the quality of your interactions and strengthening the bond between you.


This entry was posted on June 7, 2024.


This entry was posted on May 18, 2024.

Cinematic Cinnamon and Aurora



This entry was posted on May 7, 2024.