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5yrs ago, my hubby got a call from his friend that lived in a very rural location (known around here as ' out in bumble') that he had found several lab (mix?) puppies that were pretty little , wet ,hungry and full of fleas and did we want one. it was pouring rain ,getting late .. but i handed hubby the dog carrier we had from our 1st rescued pup (then 1) and told him to pick one out and bring it home. she was pretty pathetic when she arrived. fed her a little softened food , made sure she had water , gave her a gentle flea bath (omg , the fleas!) and made sure she was warm and dry before tucking her in the crate for the night. fast forward to now, and we still have to work a little to keep demo mange in check , but she is a lovely dog. who is happy and gets along with everyone (except the squirrels lol) oh,, and maybe as a holdover from those wet baby days - she hates the water (she is the 2nd of our 4 rescued dogs)
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