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My name is Noble and I was born in a puppy mill in 2008. Instead of selling me to a pet store they kept me as a breeder dog and I lived in a tiny cage, day after long day, for years until the day some nice people came and took me away. I was so scared but soon I was at National Mill Dog Rescue in Colorado where people gave me good food, gentle touches and cleaned me up. I was so dirty and matted they had to shave me down to my skin. Good thing it was summer! I only weighed 10 lbs, when I should have weighed 14. I was in two different foster homes where I learned all about love and how to live in a home. My mom adopted me in November 2011 and I came to live with my sister, Cassie, and two kitties. I really like kitties and try to play with them. Cassie showed me how dogs play and what treats are all about. I’m still a little nervous when picked up but I like it when my mom holds me like a baby and sings to me. I like to wag my tail in a big circle when mom talks to me. I love to put my nose into the breeze and smell all the wonderful smells of freedom. The rescue shelter named me Noble because I had survived everything at the mill and still had lots of spirit and my mom decided that was a great name for me to keep. I love my life now and my mom loves volunteering at the rescue shelter that brought me to freedom.

National Mill Dog Rescue

Colorado Springs, CO 80908

Ginger Mayfield
Divide, CO

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