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The Risks of Tethering

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The Risks of Tethering

On a crisp, fall afternoon, four German Shepherd Dogs romp on a beautiful hillside in Northern California. The pack runs amok in the fenced yard while chasing squirrels and each other without skipping a beat. Strong, handsome and agile, the Shepherds could be mistaken for military working dogs on holiday, except for one thing – or rather three things; each dog is missing a rear leg.

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