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Smiling Dog: Clops

After being at the pound for 6-months, Clops' time was up. He had given up on finding a family to the point of sleeping in his own mess. Luckily, a friend who worked in the shelter knew he'd make a wonderful companion and called around. When his new mom-to-be arrived and called out to him, he jumped as if to say Where have you been?

Clops the best ever. He never makes a mess and he has free reign over everything in his new home. He even gets to sleep in the big bed.


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