So today after I posted this morning's blog, with pictures of Sadie yesterday in the snow I decided to google "Sadie Golden Retriever" to see if this blog popped up. It didn't; but this did:
I clicked the link mainly because I thought it was going to pictures of another adorable GR Sadie, but much to my surprise it was my photos of MY Sadie either stolen from here or from my flickr account. What was worse, the person who posted claiming Sadie as their dog, goes on about how they found her at shelter. Deceptive and misleading. And obviously made up to ellict sympathy for someone desperate for it.
When I created this blog I never really thought anyone would read it; It was purely personal, just for myself to record little stories of Sadie, and to be able to go back and look next September and see how much she's changed since I brought that adorable ball of fuzz home.
So officially on the record: Sadie is a Redgold dog. She was born on August 11, 2010. She is purebred, and CKC registered. When I was 19 I lost the world's best dog, Madison, a golden retriever that stole my heart from the first time we met. She was the BEST. I knew one day I would own another Golden, no matter how long it took. Finally, 14 years later the world's most adorable puppy, Sadie entered my life. I waited a long time for another chance at the world's best dog. She has been nothing but fun. Everytime she comes and cuddles with me my heart swells with the love and joy she has already brought and the thought of all that is to come.
The pictures here are copyrighted to me, Desiree. I took every single one of them with my beloved Nikon D90. I love to take photos of landscapes and scenery and especially love to take photos of Sadie. No one may use/post/print/do anything with them without my permission.
I have emailed both the dailypuppy.com as well as the person posting my photos as their own and requested their removal from the website. Hopefully this happens soon.
If you are visiting this blog, please enjoy my stories and photos. I hope that you have or will have your own lovely four legged friend. Please look, but hands off.
The only saving grace in all of this is of course, Sadie. The Sadie who went out today to the park with me and my husband, and the Sadie now who is lying on her dog bed chewing a bully stick. The Sadie that will always be mine.