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Take Home An Adult Dog

Adopting an older dog can be a win-win situation, but it’s usually not the first thing new owners think about when looking to add a dog to their family. Which is a huge shame, because when you adopt a older dog rather than a puppy you give him a chance of happiness and love that was, statistically-speaking, a long-shot.
Plus, you get so much in return.
Most mature dogs seem to know when they’ve been given a second chance, and the love and devotion they lavish on you is almost embarrassing!
Adopting an older dog warms your heart the way nothing else can.

Amalia
Amalia
Pointer Cross Labrador
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Barbie
Barbie
Hound Cross Hound
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Ben
Ben
Pointer
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Bruno
Bruno
Bruno Jura hound
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Calinda
Calinda
German Shorthaired Pointer
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Carl
Carl
English Pointer
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Corea
Corea
Spaniel Cross Pointer
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Danny
Danny
Labrador Cross Mastiff
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Duchess
Duchess
Pointer Cross Labrador
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Felix
Felix
Belgian Shepherd Malinois
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Henry
Henry
Labrador/Mix
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Ilona
Ilona
German Shorthaired Pointer
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Irma
Irma
German Shepherd Dog
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Kenzie
Kenzie
Hound Cross Pointer
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Koi
Koi
Staffordshire Bull Terrier Cross Pointer
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Riley
Riley
Terrier Cross Spaniel
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Sergio
Sergio
Hound Cross Pekingese
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tex
tex
Hound Cross Hound
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Tonio
Tonio
German Shepherd Dog
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