I can't believe I've waited this long into this project to put up a good photo of Max. It's very hard to get a good photo of him though, because he's always moving! Allyson managed to get this shot...or maybe I did...we've taken so many photos it's hard to know who got what shot! But she's taken a lot more of Max than me, so it's probably her doings that acquired this photo. :)
You'll see a lot of Max here on Dixie Lane. He rules our corner lot, and the bordering neighbor's yards too (they love it...they have a guard dog and they don't have to feed him...LOL!).
Of course I love all dogs, but one thing I love about this breed is the expression. The German Shepherds are regal, super intelligent, and loyal. And while he may look like a "big bad dog", he has a heart of gold! (except to burglars - those he will eat!) For an 80lb dog, he is incredibly powerful and strong, and I tell Allyson all the time, I shoulda had him 20 years ago, when I could keep up with him!
The most important trait he has is his unconditional love - just like all dogs have. And you know why that is, don't you? DOG is GOD spelled backwards. And that is the thought behind the greeting card design for this photo - dog lovers will appreciate the card, for sure.