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We had been looking for an older dog to adopt and I had been working with my friends at Westside German Shepherd. The first dog they chose for me passed away while he was in foster car and the second dog's foster Mom told me the day we were to meet him that the vet had given him a poor prognosis and she thought it best to keep him. He passed away shortly after.

At this point we were aching for a shepherd and I went on adopt-a-pet and found a dog who the profile said was living in horrible conditions. He'd been chained up outside for 6 years and needed a home desperately. They brought him over and we fell in love and he never left. He wasn't housebroken and had no manners but he was so sweet despite his horrible background that we knew he was ours. We shower him with love, he is kissed multiple times an hour and is our loyal companion.

He runs our lives but we wouldn't trade him for the world.

beverly hills, CA

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