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Wish List PLEASE CONTACT ME TO BE PLACED ON THIS LIST  (903) 851-5748 or (903) 673-2359

All Donations can be filed as a tax deduction

To Donate

Please use Pay Pal ,and add the fees,

so you will have a Tax Exemption reciept.

Please include a note saying what the money is for, and to whom it is being donated


paying to my e-mail address:
Ricky Thomas
GiantGermanShepherds@aol.com


07/13/2017
$100
Donated by:

RAQUEL

Grand Daughter of Ken and Terry Emerick


$100
Donated by:

RAQUEL

Grand Daughter of Ken and Terry Emerick

DONOR BUCKET TOTAL =  $100





Another wish is waiting to be granted !!!
04/ 18 / 2017:

$1,600
Donated by :
Mrs. Melissa and Mr. James Reynolds.

DONOR BUCKET TOTAL =  $1,600.00


Another wish is waiting to be granted !!!


      March 20, 2017
CONGRATULATIONS
ZOIE STARKEY

Donors:

$100.00  
Donated by
Fred Kaniewski

$193.90
Donated by :
Gayle Hartell / California

$81.14
Donated by Michael and Heather McClellan

$50.00
Donated by Dawn Grall Horn

$1,175.00
Donated
by Giant german Shepherds


DONOR BUCKET TOTAL =  $1,600.04
Another wish has been granted !!!

 

 


    Recipient  Wishes to  
        remain annonymous
Donors:

$400
Donated by :
Tom Tierney,Giant German Shepherds and Melissa Atkinson
$200
Donated by:
Giant German Shepherds

$200
Donated by:
Braxton Brooks & Brinda Redwine

$200
Donated by:
Robert Ruane

$200
Donated by :
Annonymous
in loving memory of our beloved Simba

$400
Donated by:
Annonymous
Another wish has been granted !!!

       Riley Lamb

My son Riley, was diagnosed at age 3, with Autism Spectrum Disorder and Aspergers Syndrome. He often experiences a lot of anxiety around other people.
Many times this can result in some pretty severe meltdowns, which include some self-injurious behavior, such as head banging. This is so difficult to witness as a parent, as I often feel powerless, to fully comfort him. When he is not able to communicate what he needs or wants, there are times he simply, completely, shuts down, from the stress .Transitions are particularly difficult for Riley. And while I am a steady and consistent force in his world, his Dad has a new job that takes him away frequently for long periods of time, which is terribly difficult to help him understand and cope. And just before Dad’s new job, he had to suddenly stop ABA
therapy, due to insurance no longer wanting to pay, thus disrupting another structured and routine environment. He was in a place, and with people who loved and supported him daily. He looked forward to his time there. These changes to
his routine, have only stood to increase Riley’s anxiety and stress, in the last several months.
I am doing all I can for him, but feel he needs something more. That something more, I believe, would be a companion dog. From some of the research I’ve been able to gather, Autistic children appear to bond and interact with their companion dog, in ways they don’t with others. I can also see in having a companion dog for Riley, opportunities to help him understand what it is to care for and about another in real tangible ways. Not only do I believe that having a
companion dog, will greatly reduce Riley’s anxiety and stress, but it will
provide that much needed structure and consistency kids on the spectrum require. For those outings, that have the ability to become highly stressful for Riley, his dog can accompany us, thus reducing anxiety and meltdowns. This would certainly be welcome, should it become necessary for him to have his dog at
school. There are so many scenarios and situations that will arise as Riley gets older, that a companion dog would help with significantly. For example, wandering or repetitive behaviors, and being fearful while we are out in new places.
And finally, he will know what it is like to have a “best bud” love and accept
him unconditionally. Where things can change in an instant and really rock our child’s world, he would have his companion to make all those things a lot less scary. There is a strong potential for Riley to feel more comfortable and confident interacting with others, as a result of having a companion dog.
I respectfully ask that you put Riley on your waitlist and choose for him to
receive the wonderful gift of a constant, loving companion.
With My Warmest Regard,
Riley's mom, Ashley Lamb



Donors

$550
Donated By:
Steven and Stacy Lewis
SL Enterprises
selewis09@gmail.com
lovingly donated to Riley lamb.
Go get your puppy.


$50
Donated By:
Annonymous


$200
Donated By:
Steven and Stacy Lewis
SL Enterprises
selewis09@gmail.com
Please apply this credit toward the next Wish List recipient.
It was such an honor to get to donate to Caitie Fisher's dog, we would love to have our $200.00 credit put towards some one else's needs.


$500
Donated By:
Giant German Shepherds


$200
Donated by:
Annonymous

Riley your wish has been granted !!!



Riley picked up his Puppy on Monday ,Aug. 5th, 2013

When you wish upon a star,
Makes no difference who you are.
Anything your heart desires,
Will come to you.
If your heart is in your dream,
No request is too extreme.
When you wish upon a star,
As dreamers do.
Fate is kind,
She brings to those who love,
The sweet fulfillment of
Their secret longing.
Like a bolt out of the blue,
Fate steps in and sees you through.
When you wish upon a star,
Your dreams come true.


 Caitlyn Rose Fisher
Caitie Rose is our special baby. She was born with a rare condition called hydranencephaly. This happened from twin twin transfusion. As you can see from the internet, there is not much about her condition and prognosis was not good.
Our daughter Caitie is 12 years old now. Dr's arent aware of a child alive with her condition and at her age, normal span is max 1yr. We are amazed by her everyday and we feel we are in charge of helping her experiance as much of life as we can offer.
Boat rides, truck races,swimming in the ocean, horses, chickens, mudding, even atv riding.
We would like help, to obtain a therapy, disability dog for Caitie. What a Giant German Shepard would do for Caitie: companionship, confidence, training would be for disability purposes,turning on lights, picking up dropped items, alerting to emergancies such as curbs, cars, things of danger. some training is done even for medical alertness, eg seizures, breathing, even mood and pain.
Some fun parts for Caitie would be the social aspect. She loves to have friends and what would be more fun than meeting new friends with her Giant puppy. You ask why a Giant German Shepard...?, Well ,everything from her bed to her wheelchair and carseat,even the stander is bulky, huge, heavy and enormous for the average person, home or child even. Her dog will be around equiptment intimidating to most breeds.
We have been blessed to have the "Giant German Shepards" open their heart and website to help our daughter obtain a gentle giant. We are asking for help from you to help our daughter, Caitie.
Thank you so much
Ernie and Serena Fisher Family


Donors


$200
Donated By:
Steven and Stacy
SL Enterprises
For the Caitie Rose Fisher fund.
!!! Go get that puppy!! You and your family will forever be in our prayers!
Steven and Stacy
$100 Donated By: Giant German Shepherds
to Caitlyn Rose Fisher
God Bless you Caiti.
$100
Donated By : Omega2 Insurance Services
david.walters@omega2insurance.com
This money is for the little girl with hydorencephaly...Caitie Rose Fisher.
David, Lorraine, Sarika and Evan Walters
$200
Donated By: Serena Fisher (Caitie's Mom)
$250
Donated By: Annonymous Donar
$50.00
Donated by:
Bradford J. Glendening Law Firm
www.glendeninglaw.com
This donation is for Caitie Rose Fisher.
$100
Donated By:
Lynn C. DeNooyer Law Firm
$500
Donated By:
Nana & Papa Green, Jared & Michele Richins, Cassandra & Gary Crittenden, Kelly & Corwyn Smith
To Our Dear Caitie Rose, We LOVE You!!!, Nana & Papa Green Family

Caiti your wish has been granted !!!


CAITI got a puppy!!
God Bless each one of you that so generously helped this Precious child to get her much needed assistance dog. I know that she and her family will never forget what you did.
We are going to follow Caiti and her new pups progress on here , and will have updates and photos posted regularly.