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We first saw Yukon when he and his first owner moved in next door.He was

badly mistreated and not cared for, he was never allowed into the house,

did not have shelter nor access to water or food, when the owner threw pizza boxes

with pizza crust onto his back porch, he would kick and beat the poor Dog

for getting into that food, it did not take me long to start feeding Yukon and

giving him water when his owner was gone. We even offered to Buy Yukon

but were told No, several Months later we found out that Yukon was taken

to the Humane Society,I went there and fibbed and said he was given to me

and the Owners Brother didnt know, well when Yukon saw me,he was so

excited and tried hard to jump a 7 ft tall gate to get to me, I was able to

pay the fee for return to owner, Yukon was 3 1/2 years old. He crossed the Rainbow

Bridge Nov. 7th 2016 at the age of 13 1/2 ,He was such a loving Dog and we miss

him like Crazy.

Caren Bons
Tacoma, WA

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