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Our 5yr old pit-bull suffered two life changing events within a months time. Firstly, the loss of his “buddy”, our 14yr old Cocker Spaniel. Then a tractor trailer/large truck (our only guess & probably unaware it happened) rolled him out in front of our house. While he didn't have any life threatening injuries, the muscle and tendon damage had him laid up, and put him in a depression, for lack of a better term. All it would have taken was for him go on with everyday life to get better, but he didn’t even want to try. I had not intended to add a new puppy to our lives so soon, but I thought it might help. A lady just south of us had rescued a sister & brother pair of 4mo old lab/border collie mix pups from the streets near her home, a little older than I was hoping for, but it turned out to be the best thing I could've done. This energetic, enthusiastic pup not only has a wonderfully crazy/goofy personality that wins my heart, joy, & laughter everyday, but more importantly he won the fight for our Brody. He wouldn‘t give up on him & wouldn‘t let him give up either. “He's back” and we owe it all to "Cooper."
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