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GSD NEEDS A RIDE!!!!



 
 
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Old May 14th 06, 05:03 PM posted to rec.pets.dogs.rescue
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Default GSD NEEDS A RIDE!!!!

I have German Shepherd sweet as can be that I can no longer keep. My
husband is leaving the Army soon and where we are moving they don't allow
dogs. I found him a new home to keep him from having to go into a shelter
however it is in St Louis, MO and I am in Ft Bragg, NC. Is anyone possibly
going that way who may be able to give this pretty puppy a lift home?
If anyone can help, please email me at or

Thanks in Advance!!!!


 




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