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$300 Dog Vs $3000 Dollar Dog : Whats The Difference?

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    $300 Dog Vs $3000 Dollar Dog : Whats The Difference?


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    There is no difference. A dog no matter the price or if it's a rescue is still a living breathing organism with feelings and emotions. Just because you spend a lot of money on a dog doesn't mean it's going to be healthy, obedient or have a good personality. It's all about how you raise them, treat them and train them.

    "Be the parent your pet thinks you are"
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    mongrel or pedigree they all need a home, they don't know or care what they are, they all want love and a home
    he is your friend and protector, he will love you unconditionally, you owe it to him to be worthy of such devotion

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