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Me & my husband drove 500 miles to rescue this sweet little lady from a breeder..all this poor little thing knows is a concrete floor & nothing else..she don't even know what a dog toy is..or the grass..then we got her home & took her to our Drs. & found out she has a enlarged heart...so shes on heart meds for the rest of her little life..then we took her back in a week or so to have her heart checked & it already looked better but then she had fluid startin to build up in her lungs...so they put her on pills for that...this baby has been kicked in the mouth & messed her little teeth up.. & was nothin but skin & bones when we got her..But shes got a loving home now & loves the home food she gets..Chicken breast rice & dog food from the Vets office.I urge people to not buy from the breeders..all they are interested in is the money..& these poor babys have nothin to choose from..I would never give one a dime.
Please if ya care about a dog or just love animals, there are plently out there that need good lovin homes.. & they love so deeply... I have given a home to 3 now... love them like my kids..help them that can't help themselves..
Jonesboro , Ar.
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