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Pip literally showed up on my front porch. Emaciated, covered in ticks, nails bloody to the quick. Opened the door and he came right in like he had always lived there, the other two accepted him as such. After a good bath, de-ticking, trip to the vet for micro-chip scan and testing for health issues, ads/posters went unanswered and so he stayed. He survived a sock eating incident with a five day stint in doggy ICU and blessed our lives for nine years before losing a battle to cancer on 12-12-12. Pip was the sweetest, most accomdating, percious thing I've ever seen. Personality plus! and so protective. He was probably about 10 months old when he joined our little family and left us way too soon. There were so many things he did to show his love and loyalty and not a day goes by that I don't miss him and will be forever grateful he found my porch rather than someone elses.
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