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He and his buddy were thrown out like the trash, in the country with no food and next to a busy highway. After months of surviving on their own, my husband and I heard about them. They were over an hour away from me so I contacted the local pet rescue association and they were able to capture the white one, unfortunately the red companion is more elusive. We are still trying but the outcome is unknown. If we can ever rescue him, I will post his story at a later date.

We have called this dog Gulliver, as he traveled on a rocky road to get to where he is now. A vet check showed a healthy 2-year old Australian Shepherd, just very underweight. I don't think I have ever seen such a sad, stoic dog when we brought him home. He just looked at you like "Do with me what you will" and never objected to anything done to him. He enjoys the company of my 4-legged girls, Aussies themselves, and loves nothing better than to be petted and made a fuss over by me. Though he has some anxiety issues over being left alone and is very leery of men, he has warmed up to my husband and we are working on the other problem.

Due to being owned by two rescue dogs already and some health issues, we cannot keep him but will foster him as long as needed until he has found his Forever Home. He will be posted on our local Blue Mountain Humane Society webpage for adoptable animals in the next day or two.

Walla Walla, WA

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