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Sandee

You know how I love a happy ending and Obi has finally a happy ending. This post made me smile and go Awww.


I linked this post to Awww Mondays.

Have a fabulous day, Jan. ♥

Sandee

I couldn't like it because the URL is too long. Bugger. ♥

yellowdoggranny

Makes me want to find the persons who did that to him and beat the crap out if him.

Linda Brown

I am so thankful this pup found a much better life. I hate people sometimes...surely there is a spot in that burning inferno in the after-life for jerks that hurt children and animals!

Foley Monster, Pocket and River Song

Way to go Obi. You give all rescue dogs hope

cube

What a good dog and what a good human, too.

Granny Annie

Happy that Obi has an important job.My Slim was abused as a pup and she still flinches sometimes when touched. But she was the easiest dog to train ever and always eager to obey. We never punished her but she still thinks it might be coming and it makes me sad. Frankie, on the other hand, was pampered youth and she is a spoiled, hard to train girl.

Jodi Stone

Yay for Obi. One for doing such a great service and two for trusting humans again.

Bastards!

Monika & Sam

A happy ending for a talented and clever pup. Bravo.

Dennis the Vizsla

hello jan its dennis the vizsla dog hay help them obi wan pupnobi yoo ar there only hope!!! ok bye

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