Gina

a labrador on her way to a darker world

From the perspective of Gut Aiderbichl

(written by Gisela Pschenitschnig)

Gina is five years old and has a beautiful lifetime ahead. She was a breeding dog and then she was given away. The examination in a veterinary clinic showed that she was gradually losing her eyesight. Because of a genetic defect that could not be ruled out, she was taken out of breeding. Where to put a dog that no longer brings the "value as a breeding dog"?
At Gut Aiderbichl many animals that have a problem with their eyesight have found a forever home. Even this handicap does not take away an animal's will to live. It adapts to its life situation. For animals, it is always about life, survival and joy of life. And Gina has this, whether she sees well or worse.

A name that flows like honey and has a great meaning

The name meaning of Gina is short, melodious and unique, just like Gina herself is. She is a unique, friendly, fun-loving dog.
Gina translates as "the queen", "the farmer's wife" and "the famous fighter".

All three translations fit Gina. She is beautiful, uncomplicated and has won the battle. Animals that no longer bring their performance - whether cow, laboratory animal, horses that no longer bring the sport performance, or dogs that you no longer want to use for breeding, sometimes have only one right: to go.

Gina has conquered all people around her

Gina has found her forever home at Gut Aiderbichl in Deggendorf. There, she has taken the hearts of the animal keepers and all the animals that run into her every day by storm.

Sandy, a mongrel dog who has lived in Deggendorf for almost two years, has become her good friend. She probably notices that something is not quite right with Gina's eyes and signals "Just follow me".

The keepers love Gina, because she is just always friendly and gentle. She wags in a friendly way, throws herself down and the nicest thing is probably when a human takes the time to cuddle her little tummy. Then, she goes into the side position, fetches the human's hand with her paw and won't let it go. It's as if she wants to say "thank you" and "please keep cuddling".

Animals with handicap have the right to life and respect 

Are there only healthy people? No. Are there only straight trees? No. Are there only roses and lilies? No. Doesn't everything that doesn't conform to the healthy norm and the beauty norm have a right to life?
Man believes to be the crowning glory of creation and to be able to determine everything. Not only people are personalities, animals also have character and personality, but double standards are applied.

Many blind horses, donkeys, rabbits and also dogs have found a forever home at Gut Aiderbichl.
Our Archie, an Australian Shephard, weighed over 40 kg. Neema, his best friend, is paralyzed in her back legs after a car accident and flits around the yard in her "dog Porsche". The dogs we rescued from the war zone in Ukraine are partly severely injured and traumatized - but they all have one thing in common: will to live, zest for life and - despite everything - they have not lost their love for people. They live as life allows them. Healthy or sickly, strong or weak, as always. They live and enjoy their lives.

We will try to consult with eye specialists to improve her vision. If this does not succeed, I am sure that Gina will still love to live and will not want to be euthanized. She has friends: the animals and the people who love her as she is and who will never abandon her.
Simply something to think about - your Gisela

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