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Kelly in TX

Kelly update: The vet that rescued Kelly will likely be keeping her as she is in much worse condition than initially thought. She is not handling the heartworm treatment well. Bless you Kelly and Doctor Kelly, you are both in our thoughts. Kelly is a very sweet and playful approximately...
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Rooster in OR

Rooster has been adopted!!!!!!! Located in The Dalles Oregon, Rooster came into DDBR when his owner could not deal with his health issues. He was purchased to breed, but has mild SAS heart disease, he has bilateral entropian (eye lid issues) and he has a disease where his baby teeth...
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Boomer in MI

Boomer has been adopted!!!!!! Boomer is a handsome neutered male located in MI (near Detroit). Boomer is a happy boy that has been loved and well cared for but due to changes within his family he needs to be rehomed. Boomer is an active dog that likes to play ball. Boomer...
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Nala in Ca

Nala has been adopted by her foster mom!! Nala is a 10 month old spayed female located in Southern California. She came into DDBR when her housemate ddb sister decided she no longer liked Nala. Nala has been raised with children and is learning basic manners. She is crate trained...
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Mike in MO

Mike has been adopted!!!!!!!!!! Mike recently joined DDB Rescue. Mike is a  3 year old male being fostered in the St. Louis, MO area. Mike has spent most of his life being chained up outside for 12 or more hours a day and sometimes  left outside overnight. Mike does well...
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