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I was on vacation down south visiting my family.They had this stray dog in their yard. Between my cousin and her neighbor they fed it what ever they ate. Well her neighbor said she had let her in because she was having puppies and then put her back outside.. She was like you should take her. I thought she was joking and i was like theres no way my husband is going to let me have another dog, as i already had 2 and a cat at home. Well i emailed him a pic and he said yes. The neighbor lady paid me 100.00 to take her home. That was enough to get her fixed and get her shots. So i drove home with her on my lap for 10 hours. When i got her home she was already my dog. Warmed up to me rate away. It took her about a month to figure out what toys were. It's been almost 2 years that i have had her and shes the best addition to our family.

marline
macomb, MI

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