Poor Cooper! Cooper has probably not had a good life from day 1.
Cooper was picked up as a stray by the county shelter. He is older, but only 7. His hair coat is dry from not eating good food and he is worried he is going to be beaten up by people or dogs.
Cooper is a quiet boy who just avoids any problems. You will find him in a corner looking out.
Cooper gets along with other dogs, but if they growl, he is out of there.
Cooper is a bigger dog, probably 70 pounds or so. He is a guy just looking and hoping that the last years of his life are better than the first.
Please come meet Coopers dreams come true.
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