On the occasion of World Dog Day, BZ asked the people of Rheinfelden what their four-legged friends mean to them. And all the respondents have one thing in common: four-legged friends are part of the family.
Life without a pug is possible, but meaningless, as Loriot already knew. Well, not everyone is a fan of short-legged Schnaufers, but the loyal four-legged friends themselves are also very popular in Rheinfelden and Grenzach-Wilhen. By tomorrow’s World Dog Day, BZ had six people tell them what their fur nose means to them.
Louise Bechtlin and Madox
“Since childhood, I have grown up with dogs, especially German Shepherds, because my parents still have German Shepherds. When I was nine years old, I first took care of my parents’ German Shepherd Jassi, trained her, and competed in championships with her. “At the age of 13 I got my first German Shepherd named Sam. I have been involved in dog sports with her for many years and participated in many championships. My teachers were my father Uwe, once chairman of the Wyhlen kennel sports club, and also my mother Natalina, who worked as a youth leader for HSV…