Monday, 28 October 2013 20:15
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Tia was thrown out in the middle of Glasgow when she was just a puppy. She was put into two foster homes that could not cope with her, and then put in the three different kennels that also found it hard to cope.

Tia came to stay with me in July 2007, she was dog aggressive and chased her tail until there was no hair left, only a huge lump on the bottom of her tail where she had bitten right through it. She also hated my cats. Tia had so many issues that it wasn't funny. With training, TLC and some patience she is now in her forever home with me and my other two GSD's (she still is not very sure of the cats but that will come). Tia is only 18 months old and still a baby. She is a very important part of our family and is such a loving and loyal companion.

By Karen

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