Hi, My rather large Family is new

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  1. Karen Anderson

    Karen Anderson New Member

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    I have 3 Australian Shephard, who all have a story to tell, one of them is a blind puppy, 2 lab mixes, one saved my life and one of the Aussie's life (something she has regretted ever since!) and one, St. Jude, a Miracle dog, thrown out a car window as a pup, run over, dragging himself around neighborhood, shot out of sheer meanness, found him in my yard, starved and eating rocks, and he survived, thanks to the kindness of 2 states and 3 counties, and a 17 year old cat who is more aggravatin' than the whole passell of dogs, but I try to be so terribly patient with her, she hasn't got long left, but there is simply no pleasing her. I also have a son, two-legged, he's challenged that way hehehe. I am glad to be here. Will try to catch on quickly, but am world wide webly challenged.
     
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    XoXdogluver04XoX New Member

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    Hi,
    WOW thats a miracle!!!!!!! :) how did it save your life?
    ou are very lucky to have austrailian shepards they are sweet and great dogs!
    Amanda
     
  3. chazhound

    chazhound Alpha Dog Staff Member

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    Hi Karen,
    Welcome to Chazhound Dog Forums!!!
    That is quite a bunch you have there :)

    Chazhound
     
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    Hi Karen,

    We're looking forward to hearing all about your bunch! My parents have the blind Aussie I met at the pound years ago when he was only three months old and moments away from the needle; he's a jewel. They have a fenced yard so he's got the run of his world, along with his own armchair for his bed. He constantly amazes me with his courage and the things he can - and will - do.

    Welcome to Chazhound! Looking forward to your stories and photos!
     
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    Hiya welcome :D
     
  6. boo1

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    Hi Karen, your story is wonderful. I'm so glad I read it, and congratulations. Hope to hear more from you. Boo1
     

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