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This is Gracie. She was found abandoned on a golf course in Eufaula, Oklahoma. No one would take this beautiful dog, and I was NOT willing to let her die there, so we took her in with our other 2 girls (also rescued). What a great pack they make!

Everyone thought she was a puppy, but the vet confirmed that she is, in fact, a young adult - while she has the most enviable white teeth, she was emaciated and full of fleas and worms (who knows how long she was eating bugs and frogs?). Off to the vet, got her de-flead, de-wormed and spayed. Today she is the picture of health and we call her "Miss muscle-butt" because she is now 45 pounds of PURE muscle and healthier than a horse. But her real name is Gracie - named by a contest I had on Facebook.

I love to read other stories, and I'm so happy to be able to include Gracie with the others and faithfully click and vote every day!

Checotah, OK

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