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Otto

(previously known as Thor)

Otto moved in with us May 2011 when he was 8 months old. He made a very welcome addition to our family and adapted very well to the changes, and living with two other dogs. There were no teething problems that were unexpected, Otto was perfect apart from being a large puppy without any manners. This was nothing that time and patience couldn't fix.

Now we live in rural West Yorkshire where Otto is adapting to the farm animals and wildlife, Otto is an amazing confident dog, who I would never be without. I am so grateful to Julie, Liz and everyone at the rescue for finding me such a perfect addition to my family.

By Traci

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