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Lincoln, the reddish Golden Retriever/mystery-mix, is now 12-1/2. I adopted him from a Golden Retriever rescue organization when he was 1. He is the silliest, fastest and best-adjusted dog I have had. When I rescued Casey, yellow lab mix, at age 2, she had been abused by both people and other dogs. I rescued her from her previous owners who were taking her to the local animal shelter. At age 9, Casey is as sweet as can be. While she still has occasional anxiety around some dogs, Lincoln is her guiding light. On our long walks and weekend hikes in the local mountains, she always holds back until Lincoln has sized up the situation. She then approaches without any insecurity. While Casey's arthritis has slowed her down a bit, Lincoln continues to run up and down the hills as if he was a youngster. I can't imagine acquiring a dog any way other than rescuing.

Barbara Turner
Los Angeles, CA

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