“A dog that my friend rescued.” {Graphic}

Via on Jul 23, 2011

Warning: Shocking Images.

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The below images may not be appropriate, perhaps, for children—though with loving supervision and guidance this might be a wonderful lesson.

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You can find just about any breed, if you’re looking for a specific one, and rescue/save a life. There’s plenty of dogs, and puppies, and kittens, cats, everything out there who’d be grateful for a fun, loving, patient, responsible home.

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2 Responses to ““A dog that my friend rescued.” {Graphic}”

  1. Celia Aurora de Blas Aurora says:

    What happened to the dog?

  2. sarah says:

    I think someone from Elephant is on reddit – I've seen a few of the top posts from there make their way over here.

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