Losing weight saved the lives of these two dogs—and got their tails wagging again
WAS 180 lbs. NOW 58 lbs.

Buddy, the Australian shepherd

Buddy was 180 lbs. when he came to Hull’s Haven Border Collie Rescue in Winnipeg, Man., in March 2015. His elderly owners had become too ill to take care of the 6-year-old dog. “Buddy could only walk about five feet before his tongue would start to turn

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