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The Maine Schuthund Club is deeply hurting and saddened by the loss of Atte and Vera
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On March 23, 2017, Timber Ridge and the world lost two beautiful, intelligent sweet girls Vera and Atte. The dog training building burned and although Doreen worked to get all of her dogs safe, these two were overcome by smoke inhalation. We love these two girls so much and we will miss them every day for the rest of our lives. We thought our hearts had broken at the loss of Uhdelle in November. It turns out that a heart is one of those things that can repeatedly break. Along with Doreen, there are many hearts broken over the tragic loss of two amazing girls who lost their lives and who hold pieces of our hearts. The time we are most aware of how much heart we have..... is when our heart gets so badly broken. Their lives live on in our hearts and with their puppies!!! We will never forget Uhdelle, Vera, or Atte

 

Tribute to Vera and Atte

 

 

 

Spring Trial 2017 - Saturday-Sunday April 29 - April 30, 2017

Titles Offered: BH, IPO 1, 2,3, APR 1-3, FH 1-2, UPr 1-3, FPr 1-3, AD

Judge: Arthur Collins

Helpers: Scott Carlson

Trial Schedule: Final Schedule will be pending the number of entries. Tracking will be on hay fields.

Host Hotels: Wagon Wheel Motel in Saco, Maine 207-283-3258
Hotel will allow dogs.. Be sure to mention you are attending the MSC Trial when making your reservations.

Entry Form: Maine Schutzhund Club Trial Entry Spring 2017

 


Justice for Uhdelle

 

 

We can't articulate how devastated we are at Timber Ridge (Saco, Maine). We thank everyone for their help and understanding as we piece together Uhdelle's tragic last day. She was taken from home between 9 and 9:15 Monday am. The person, discovering the GPS collar, removed it, tried to destroy it, and, we suspect, threw it in the Saco river as that is what the map indicates. The person then traveled 60/mph to Gray, abandoning Uhdelle on Egypt Road where she ran for four hours in panic and fear (per the Gray ACO), and where she was hit and killed by a car. We are begging anyone who might have seen a black German shepherd traveling in a vehicle from Buxton (Saco) to Gray or who lives in the Egypt Road (or surrounding) area to call the Buxton police (207-929-5151) or Doreen (207-602-8521). Or you can comment here as we read everything with the hope of justice for Uhdelle. We posted yesterday that we suspected she was shot because that is what a person in the neighborhood led us to believe. Some of you have already been invaluable in recovering Uhdelle's body. We can't thank you enough. Please share this post and help us prosecute the person who did this to a dog who was one of our sweetest and friendliest girls, who only wanted us to throw her ball and give her hugs. #JusticeForUhdelle

 

Click Picture Below to Watch U-Tube Video in honor of Uhdelle Z Timberridge Life 

In Memory of Uhdelle

Justice for Uhdelle Reward/Scholarship Fund

 

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Timber Ridge offers a $5000 reward to anyone who comes forward (Buxton Police 207-929-5151) and gives information that will lead to the conviction of the person who stole and abandoned her 30 miles from home. We would love to raise the reward to $10,000 but we need your help. If we don't use the money as a reward, we will give it out in individual scholarships to animal control officers and animal first responders for education and ...training. Please help us bring this person to justice. Any amount you can donate will bring us closer to our goal of insuring different outcomes for dogs like Uhdelle who only just want to be home with their people. Thank you so much to the people who have already donated. None of this would be possible without us all coming together to stand together against animal cruelty. http://www.timberridgeshepherds.com/…/justice-for-uhdelle-…/