I was rescued almost a year ago, with my daughter Tiny. .We used to live...well survive from the kindness of strangers. You see, I was chained in a back yard, with my daughter. We didn't have anything to keep the sun or rain off of us and we didn't have anything to eat. Our tummy's hurt so much, we cried all night from hunger. There was a nice family next door, they lived behind a big fence. They heard our cries and started tossing food over the fence for us. Then they must have sneeked a look at us and saw how skinny we were because they called someone and next thing we knew some wonderful ladies were there taking us to a place that was warm, dry and had plenty of food for us to eat and they give us love here. We know now that heroes, really do exist.
I'm a Chow Chow/Beagle blend. Everyone knows beagles are great dogs, but what you may not know is Chows are great dogs as well. We are quiet, smart, loyal and have awesome purple tongues!! I am amazingly friendly. I love everyone I meet and I get along great with other dogs. My beautiful daughter Tiny has found her new family and I'm hoping 2017 will be my year!!
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