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Response to ismnotwasm (Original post)

Tue Mar 9, 2021, 01:11 PM

1. That's so sad!

My grandson and his mom have a German Shepherd who has always had issues. Apparently whoever had her before they got her kept her in a small enclosure all the time. She has always had an issue with turning circles, and she has always been super skinny, but veterinarians have never been able to figure out why. She's very sweet.

My ex-husband's cousin used to raise them, and one of his attacked me once, and since then I've been wary. It's hard to shake that feeling of fear when something like that happens. I didn't provoke her in any way. I really do love dogs, but I guess there was something about me that she didn't like. She was also an abused dog before he got her. Poor baby's ears were permanently down, and he thought it was because she was confined in a kennel too small.

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