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good ol sad dog
LopDude
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good ol sad dog
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A Sad Injured Dog Living on Romanian Streets Finds a Loving Home With a Family in the United States

In February 2018, the kind souls at the animal rescue shelter “Howl of a Dog” in Resita, Romania reached out to a filthy dog who was wandering around the railyard, do his best to survive out on the streets. Despite the fact that the dog was injured, half-blind, heartbroken and on the older side, he was open, curious and seemed amenable to the help being offered. When they brought him back to the shelter, they noticed he had been chipped. They contacted the dog’s original human from the chip, but he refused to take the dog back. He did tell them, however, that his name was Bobi.

Once patched up and cleaned up, Bobi experienced a second puppyhood of sorts. He also showed himself to be very playful, affectionate and most of all forgiving of people

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02-12-2019 06:55 AM

 



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RE: good ol sad dog
People who abandon dogs are lower than sh*t.
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02-12-2019 06:59 AM

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RE: good ol sad dog
We have so many right here in the US.

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02-12-2019 07:14 AM

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RE: good ol sad dog
Always had a soft spot for Lopdude, anyone who loves animals is a good guy in my book.

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02-12-2019 08:34 AM

 



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RE: good ol sad dog
Natura Naturans  Wrote: (02-12-2019 07:14 AM)
Always had a soft spot for Lopdude, anyone who loves animals is a good guy in my book.

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02-12-2019 08:42 AM

 



Post: #6
RE: good ol sad dog
I like dogs too, but adopting one from EAstern Europe with all the costs like airfare when we have so many here that need homes?

I hate to be the party popper, but they need to X-ray the dog and make sure he isn’t being used as a mule for smuggling
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RE: good ol sad dog
LopDude  Wrote: (02-12-2019 06:28 AM)
A Sad Injured Dog Living on Romanian Streets Finds a Loving Home With a Family in the United States

In February 2018, the kind souls at the animal rescue shelter “Howl of a Dog” in Resita, Romania reached out to a filthy dog who was wandering around the railyard, do his best to survive out on the streets. Despite the fact that the dog was injured, half-blind, heartbroken and on the older side, he was open, curious and seemed amenable to the help being offered. When they brought him back to the shelter, they noticed he had been chipped. They contacted the dog’s original human from the chip, but he refused to take the dog back. He did tell them, however, that his name was Bobi.

Once patched up and cleaned up, Bobi experienced a second puppyhood of sorts. He also showed himself to be very playful, affectionate and most of all forgiving of people

https://laughingsquid.com/injured-dog-in...ed-states/

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Dog programming...ha you a tough guy?
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