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Steve'Bucks'
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« on: September 26, 2006, 07:01:51 PM »

China was brought into rescue at the tender age of just 12 weeks old, along with her brother and sister. She'd been living in the garden shed with her litter mates. Their Dam had attacked them (on more than one occassion) which has left some scarring, and left all pups anxious around adult dogs.


China was a thin, dirty, scared puppy when brought in. She had very little muscle tone, and a head tilt. After receiving veterinary treatment she was able to live in a temporary home, providing her with a family environment, other Dobermann playmates and the opportunity to enjoy being a puppy. She has now overcome her fear of adult dogs.


China has put on a good amount of weight, has learned the basic training commands and is now a lively, confident puppy.


China has successfully been placed in a kind, loving home, where she will be able to 'go to work' with her owners.


Her new family intend to start taking China to training classes shortly.


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