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Man adopts abused dog – because of one thing in common

The perfect team: a marine veteran gives a young, abused and neglected dog a new home – because they have something special in common.

Santa Fe – The two didn't look for each other and found each other anyway: Navy veteran Steve Walker and his family adopted a young, battered dog, even though the Walkers weren't actually looking for a new addition to the family. Your house is already full of rescued animals, including the bulldog "Dragon" and the bunny "Honey". But one aspect of the three-year-old Labrador-Shepherd mix, Louis, melted the family's heart, so that the neglected dog only had to stay for a short time in the “Helen Woodward Animal Center” in California. * reveals what the dog and its new owner have in common.

Although little Louis was feeling much better a short time after he was rescued, the injuries showed "a past life full of neglect and extreme abuse," according to the animal shelter – so the next owners had to be carefully selected. The Walker family stood out from the crowd. * is an offer from IPPEN.MEDIA.

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