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Sally

This is a great story. If more people would get involved in dog obedience training the dogs would be happier and the owners would have incredible experiences with them. I have seen dogs go from total nuisances to great companion animals in just a few weeks. They really want to please. Good for Arlene.

Laura

That's great! I'm glad that this "mutt" is able to hold its own with the purebred dogs.

jackie

wow, isn't that great?...almost all my animals have been rescues...not all from the pound.but people were going to get rid of them...or I found on the streets...they are the best dogs..they are just so grateful..except for the cats I rescued..they always acted like I was an hour late when I got there...

Faith

I love hearing about this; it is really nice to hear about a non-purebred winning. Kinda the underdog story...(yeah yeah pun intended ;) )

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