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<P>I have a 2 yr old spaded Pyrenees & German Shephard mix dog, she is absolutley beautiful. Unfortunatley I have to try to find a suitable home for her. Although we have a large fenced in back yard she preferrs to roam to the neighbors property and swim in their pond, then after a quick dip she eats their goats food, their dogs food, then visits with their horses. She doesn't hurt anything, and I have reimbursed them numerous times for the food food that she has eaten, however they claim now that they will shoot her if she comes back on her property again. We tried to keep her in the back yard and she hops over the 4 foot fence, we put her on a chain and she broke it, we got a bigger chain and she broke that, then we put her on a cable and she snapped that also. I put her through oedience training, she does really well while on a leash, and both of my young sons are able to walk her with out a problem or incident. This dog is a very gentle dog, she will lay around and let my 4 year old and her friends climb all over her while playing barbies on the "mountain". To understand the extent of her patience you would have to watch her with small children, it is an amazing sight. We are able to enjoy cook outs without her begging by our side, she is very well mannered. I do not want to get rid of her, we got her when she was 6 weeks old and was a ball of fur. My son had recently became scared of dogs after being attacked by a pit bull requiring extensive cosmetic surgery, this dog was a therapy of a sort to teach him that he didn't have to afraid of dogs. This dog is close to all of our hearts and we do not want to see her get shot by our dreadful neighbors. If anyone is interested in receiveing more info on her please contact me ... <A href="mailto:email@example.com">firstname.lastname@example.org</A> Keep in mind that this companion will not go to just anyone, we will make sure you are a good fit, to her likes and needs to ensure that she is a happy dog.</P></FONT></font>
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