It's been quite some time since our last blog update and I've been meaning to chime in here and bring everybody up to speed on what's happened.
For me it's been a full circle so to speak. As you can see, my inspiration for aaGD.com is doing well. That's Bruiser & I in a pic snapped just a few weeks ago. For some odd reason he looks small to me!
Now into my 40's I've been separated for over a year and actually live in the same apartment I had when I was 18-years old. Talk about full circle, my life is always throwing me curves but I wouldn't live it any other way.
My Bruiser suffered GDV
(bloat with torsion) last May and thankfully he made it through with no major set backs. Also, we were fortunate to home our new Dane Koda this spring. It's awesome to see that incredible Dane energy again, Zoom, Zoom!
Considering all the personal problems on my plate the past year all-about-great-danes.com
is shooting for stars. Now with over 2000 visitors a day I was finally able to shut down my old business of 15-years and concentrate on doing what I love.
Our new discussion forum
has grown a community of nearly 500 friendly members.
New commercial machines have been aquired to fabricate our Alpenhitze Polartec coats
with orders being filled world wide. It's awesome to know that our one of a kind jackets are keeping dogs warm all over the globe. Even Chihuahuas!
Our newly launched 32-inch elevated feeder
has received rave reviews and we have many new products
Recently, our discussion forum Administrator and I attended the 2007 Great Dane Nationals in Lancaster, PA. We will be adding many photos to our discussion forum in the near future. It was awesome to see so many gorgeous Danes in the same place at once. Next years event is in Kentucky, hope you will all drop by and say hello!
Anyhow, I guess that's all for now.
Just wanted to say hello and update this place, can't believe how time flies and things change.
Jeff Z., Bruiser, Koda & the aaGD.com gang