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A clearly traumatized and abandoned puppy was living in flith on train tracks in Los Angeles when Hope For Paws came to the rescue. It took some time, but they were finally able to calm the little guy down and take him to safety. They cleaned him up, named him Finn and found him a forever, loving home. Just another feel good story where an adorable dog's life is saved. Click here to see the full rescue.
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This little guy is getting a workout.
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