Cain has recently been released to us, because his owners are moving and cannot take him with them. Cain has been with us before. He was put on a 10 day quarantine for attacking another dog, but he was also brought in here with a companion male hound that he has never had a problem with. He is undernourished and will need the right kind of love and treatment from a single animal home.
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