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I lost my Rottweiler in 2009 and a few months later I was still mourning and my husband at the time wanted to get a new dog. I really didn't want to, I wasn't ready to let go of my last dog. We found a shelter that was closing down a few hours away, so we went. I passed through the aisles about two times still unsure about committing to a new addition. Until 'Stoney' was pointed out to me. He was jumping up and down, spinning in circles, smiling. I took him out for a walk and he was so polite and the sweetest thing. I fell in love immediately. We took him home...If I didnt adopt him that day, he would have been put to sleep. Two years later, 3000 miles away and divorced, he has helped me heal many internal wounds. And I cant imagine my life without my best friend Grinner.
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