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this is schotzy. going to the shelter almost everyday, to find that special one in 2004. well i found one, he cowered in the corner far away and growled, i continued to visit him and talk to him. about the third visit he came to me. i was 5th on the list for adoption. thinking someone would surely take him my hopes were down. then i received that call, he was available. of course he remembered me, was so happy to see me. so we went home. he was estimated to be 4yrs, but i think 5, maybe 6 then. he is still with us and has been such a blessing and good dog. he is ill now, with fluid lungs, enlarged heart not unusual for his age. and was coughing from the fluid and broncitsis. so he is on meds now doing better. having surgery is not an option for us, his age he may not make it and it will not guarentee living longer. making him comfortable and loving him, for all the love he gave us is our goal.
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