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I was dumped out on the rural roads in Brown County to fend for myself. When I tried to go up to houses to get help I was chased away. After several weeks maybe months a couple of men caught me!! I was scared to death, but I was so weak from hunger I could not get away. They took me to a building with lots of other dogs and put me in a wire cage, I was terrified! I still did not trust them but at least I was warm, dry and finally I had food!! After 3 days they called HHGDR to come for me. I was still very scared but it did not take long for me to relax. I now had other Great Dane puppies to play with and I slowly gained weight and confidence.
Why would people throw a baby out to fend for itself? Why do people breed more puppies when there are not enough homes now? My Grandma at the Rescue told me someday soon the Rescue would find me my forever home and she promised that this home would NOT treat me like yesterdays garbage! I would be treated like a princess and be loved. I couldn't wait!!
Well, I finally found my forever home and they do treat me like a princess! Grandma was right! I now live in the country with a big fenced yard and I have 4 adopted canine siblings to play with--Paige, Nikki, Boca the Rottweiler, and Sammy the Pug. As a matter of fact, mom says that Paige and Nikki didn't play much until I came along--I've given them their second childhood! I also have 5 adopted feline sisters and brothers and sometimes they like to play too.
But our favorite activity is all laying together on our big soft bed in front of the woodstove. Mom and Dad love us all!
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