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Candy came to live with us in June 2012 after a spell in kennels with Eileen after being taken in by the rescue when her owner couldn't look after her any more. She is settling in really well - she loves going for long walks with plenty of chances to chase sticks. The bigger the better!

She is great with the children, and we are doing training classes every week to help with socialising with other dogs. She loves to lie on my daughter's sheepskin rug. She is a lovely dog who is coming out of her shell over time. She seems very happy to be with us, and we are loving having her - feels like she's always been with us. Thanks so much to Liz and Eileen from the rescue for introducing us to each other.



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