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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 11-18-2012, 07:33 PM Thread Starter
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Bakersfield, CA another female ID#A918223

I hope this is ok, they don't have her listed as a mix....

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This DOG - ID#A918223 BAKERSFIELD CA KCAC

I am a female, brown and black German Shepherd Dog.

The shelter staff think I am about 2 years old.


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She's cute. She looks wet. No?
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She's cute. She looks wet. No?
I'm not sure... she does look wet. It was crosssposted to my facebook with a request to share her.
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I keep following this girls thread... It looks like she is still there.
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Sometimes the dogs are wet. The kennel runs have drains in them and waste is removed by spraying water into the kennel and flushing it down the drain. Some shelters remove dogs and dry the runs with a big squeegee. Sometimes shelters put dogs on the other side of the kennel by closing a drop door, and then spraying. And sometimes shelters just spray the run.

No matter which way they do it, the dogs get wet to varying degrees.
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Sometimes the dogs are wet. The kennel runs have drains in them and waste is removed by spraying water into the kennel and flushing it down the drain. Some shelters remove dogs and dry the runs with a big squeegee. Sometimes shelters put dogs on the other side of the kennel by closing a drop door, and then spraying. And sometimes shelters just spray the run.

No matter which way they do it, the dogs get wet to varying degrees.
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Poor baby... I hope someone can get her out of there. I wish I could take them all home.
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