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She spent the first 4 years of her life on the end of a 20 ft. chain. When I walked past her on my way to work she would bark at me.
I never saw any food or water out for her. I finally walked up to the door and asked if they would give her to me. "No," was the answer…
Beckie Campbell, Barow, AK
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