UPDATE: I hike!!
I'm a sanctuary dog. I'm not really sure what that means, but I know these things: these people care for me. Not just the necessities, I get bathed and massaged (once I figure out someone isn't going to hurt me) I let them massage my back every evening - I even stand on my dog house for the massage. They coo at me. They see how beautiful I am - I know because they tell me. When they feel the knotted scars left in my neck from a logging chain they don't back off, and they don't feel sorry for me - they love me. I don't like change. Change, until now, has never been good for me. I wanted to tell you my story in case you have sanctuary ...
Sugar is about 6-7 years old (at 8/31/16).
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