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The story of 4 brothers, chained together neck to neck, suffering for six months,
their spirited rescue-freedom-drive across state lines, and their eventual happy tales
when that day finally came we all breathed a cumulative sigh of relief....
it was truly a team effort and had it not been for those before us
there wouldn't have been any of these brothers bringing you joy!
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If you talk to the animals
they will talk with you
and you will know each other.
If you do not talk to them
you will not know them,
and what you do not know
you will fear.
What one fears
Chief Dan George
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Max's Happy Tale...
We found Missy at the Shelter, she was running the streets with her only
They picked her up, called her owner who decided to leave her there to be put to sleep. Missy's puppy was adopted and she was left
there by herself.
When John & I went looking for a dog we stopped by the local shelter and
I saw her there, she looked so sad and lonely, I put my hand in and she
licked my hand...well she was mine.
Since Missy was loved and gained a little too much weight from our
love, we knew she had puppies around her and now she was alone...we started
looking for a companion for our family.
John had 3 Rottweilers before and loved the breed...I must admit, I was not
sure, you know all the stuff you hear...they are mean and hard to handle
We went online to "PETFINDERS" and started looking, we wanted another family
member but we wanted to save a little soul, and man did we have a lot to choose
from. We looked at the pictures and read the stories, all sad and we wished
we could have them all.
We came accross your Happy Tails Rescue and saw Max or Apollo as he was
callled ( I think ) we read his rescue story and he looked so small and
sad. After much correspondence with you we set a date to come visit... I
was not sure we would leave with him that day or not....
When he came running in and was so happy to see you and Dwight and came
wiggling over to John I was in love. What a baby, just wagging that
little butt as fast as he could!
I bought him some toys to have in the car but he was a little scared I
think because he didn't know where he was going and who we were.
We brought him home to meet his sisters Missy and Spud the cat. He had
a nice big yard and ran around smelling the grass and flowers. He had no
idea of what being inside meant....He was afraid of the stairs and would kind
of sneak up and when he got upstairs he was afraid to come down...he watched
TV and would bark and sit back and watch those figuers move on the screen
..not sure what they were.
He learned to have toys, a little reindeer that he took apart a piece at
a time but it is his favorite although all that is left is a face...he
carries it in his little soft lips.
He is like having a toddler, learning everyday..and trying so hard to
talk to us...he just stares when we talk to him and acts like he really wants
to talk back.
Having him has brought us so much joy, not because we gave him a home
but because he is the most kind and loving animal you could ask for. I talk
about him at work like he was a child and to me he is my little 4 legged
His job is to go to work with John and he does every day, you say " Max,
lets go to work" and he runs to the door ready to go. He greet our customrs
everyday and they love him...he just loves people ...all people but
expecially little kids. Our neighbors kids were with him one day they
are 4-5 and 6 years old....they love Max, the little one stands at the door
and asks if Max can come out and play...I pulled in to the shop and the
little girl said " Are you Maxs Mom ?"...and I said yeah I am..
He loves to learn, he loves to play and he loves to tease his sister...he
is so much faster that Missy, he will take a toy, drop it in front of her
and just as she gets close he pickes it up and runs like lightning..
If you want a a animal with a sence of humor, brains and beauty and
someone to love you for life and to sit and cuddle and watch tv in the
evening...you need a Rotti...
I love Max and he loves us...I could not imagine ever being without him
and I hope to have another one some day...
Carol & John, Portland Oregon Update: John & Carol have caught the Rotti fever, they have now invited Magunda to join them, and then a mom and son Rotti family, Precious & Little Bear, everyone
is ecstatic and John has lots of Rotti company to take to work with him and share lunch!
Now, Max wants his turn to write...
I wanted my mommy to send you a picture and show you how big and
handsome I am. My mommy took me to the Doctor and I had all of my
shots and I was Neutered, I didn't know what that meant but it hurt a
little. My mommy said it was for my own good and I felt better the
next day. Missy went with me and she was spayed, she felt a little
worse, I guess because she was older.
We both had all of our shots and then the Doctor put a chip in me.
They said that if I would ever get lost the people who found me would
take me to a vet and they could scan me and see where I lived.
I have learned a lot of things and I run and play all of the time.
Missy gets mad at me sometimes because I like to bite and pull on her
tail, I guess because I don't have one I think hers is really great.
I go to work with my Daddy every day and I meet lots and lots of
people, my dad calls them customers but I call them friends, they all
like me and I get so excited when they come to see me.
My mommy turns the water sprinkler on when it is real hot and Missy and I run through the water and try to bite at it, we get all wet and
cool, we both really like it. I did not like it at first because
getting water in my face was not fun...but it is now...
My Daddy goes to the Aloha Feed store and gets me really good food, he
says it is good for me because it is Natural, I don't know what that
means but I really gobble it up because it is good.
I really love my Mommy and Daddy but I just wanted to tell you that I
will never forget that you saved my life. If you had not helped me I
would have never found my new parents.
Thank you for being a kind and wonderful human...I love you.
I will write more later, maybe I will have something new and exciting
to tell you....Love, Max or Mr. Wiggles as my mommy calls me
Have A Great Success Story?
Do you have a great Rotti story that you'd like to share? Something funny, adorable, unforgetable? There are thousands of stories, we know, since we have our own. This is your chance to share yours with the world? This is your chance!
Bertha and David getting COMFY!
As you can see, Bertha has moved right on in. ;) Jim snuck this picture the other night. I was watching a movie and Bertha snuck up for a snuggle and a snooze... she's so sweeet!
A great pic of a Rottie like they really ARE, at home. No one who hasn't owned one would guess. Dave and Bertha
From misery & abuse to a permanent HUGE, loving family for APOLLO
HEY, here I am! if you couldn't see me with my family!
I drove to Portland to meet Toni and Apollo with a couple of my kids,
the new Golden Retriever pup, and Jackie. Jackie sees herself as the
Matriarch of the canines so we knew she would have to approve too.
My cousin, who lives in Portland met us there for lunch and to meet
Apollo. I was quite frankly SHOCKED and a bit disillusioned by the
appearance of Apollo. I knew he had been through a lot in his short 6
months, but I was unprepared for how skinny and hollow he would look.
Even after drastically improving in the care of Toni and Dwight, he
had a long way to go. My cousin saw past the obvious, and helped me to
see his potential.
Even after the abuse he had endured, Apollo was the most gentle,
loving young man you could care to encounter. He had a heart of gold,
and wanted nothing more than to love and be loved.
We took him home and it was love at first bite. The minute he took my
hand gently in his mouth and wagged his body to tell me thank you, he
and I were soul mates. Apollo has totally blessed my life. He is a
big, silly, opinionatedly confident Dog who has MORE than met my
expectations. It took him months to get that confidence, but he knows
we love him and has trust that we will never let him be hurt again.
Apollo has shown how smart and sensitive he is on many occaisions. I
was crying one day over something and he went to my daughter's room to
get her. He scratched on her door, took her hand in his mouth and
brought her to me so she could comfort me. He is VERY vocal and does
not like it when I get frustrated with the six kids. If I raise my voice
he gets in front of me, wags his body and howls at me, as if to say,
"Chill out, Mom. Ya don't have to yell." He is non-threatening about
it, but respectfully puts me in my place.
Apollo, as well as all our dogs, is wonderful with even the youngest
of our kids, aside from being clumsy and accidently bumping them over
on occaision. He also makes a GREAT speed bump!!!!! When the kids run
in the house, Apollo just lays there and waits for them. As they run
by, and I yell to "STOP RUNNING IN THE HOUSE!!!!!!!" Apollo sticks out
his foot and grins as they trip over him.
We now have the "lap dog" too. He is Maltese/Lhasa Apso and is all of
10 pounds soaking wet. You should see him and Apollo play!!! Angel
teases Apollo and entices him to chase him. Angel will skip across the
kitchen linoleum and Apollo hot on hit tail, circle the dining room
table, run back to the living room and UNDER the coffee table. It's
about then that reality sets in and Apollo remembers he is about 100
pounds now and DOESN'T fit under that table. It' really entertaining
to see the furniture fly as the two of them get their indoor
You know... if anyone had asked me, 2 years ago what kind of a dog I
would like to have, I would have said, "Anything but a Rottweiler." I
had no idea what a wonderful family member they could be. And all the
stories you hear about mean Rotties????? Well, those are the ones who
were abused, mistreated, and MISUNDERSTOOD. It seems you only hear
about those dogs, so I'm here to tell you about the OTHER Rottweilers.
They are an amazing breed of dog, who has far more to offer than most
people can imagine, and I can't imagine ever living my life without at
Linda & Ken Johnson, Centralia, Wa
Ask KIDS how Rotties are to live with
Here is the photo FINALLY! Sorry it has taken a little while longer. In the photo are Macauley w/Abbey, and Joshua w/Nahlla.
Abbey has adjusted quite well to our family. One morning, she followed the boys onto the Minibus as they were leaving for school. Abbey gave the driver a big ol' kiss and all the kids wanted to pet her!!
She doesn't get too far away from the boys' side. She has a regular routine of playing ball with them and at night she prefers to sleep upstairs, next to the boys. Nahlla and Abbey have become alot closer.
They are playing together and are inseperable! We truly are blessed to have her ~ and thank you both for making that possible! Marty, Suzanne, Macauley, Joshua Homan
Toni can't resist just one more last hug and kiss for Sampson before he leaves, is THAT a happy face?
Samson arrived home with us without incident. We stopped 3 times
to let him get out on leash and give him water. He got carsick near the
Dalles and lost his breakfast but has had no repercussions since. We have an appointment with our vet tomorrow for a checkup,
rabies shot, tag, license and whatever other shots the vet thinks are
We have changed his name to "Sam". He has already learned
'come' and 'sit' to which he responds about ninety-five percent of the
time. He has his own 16 x 12 covered kennel outside with three inches of
cedar shavings. He shares a common wall of his kennel with our 2 year
old female Rotty ( "Rosie" ). They have bonded to each other very well.
She is dominant at the moment because he is so mello and because he
hasn't figured out that he outweighs her by 25 pounds. They run and
play together on the 2.5 fenced acres during the day when we're outside.
We still don't trust them alone outside yet. Maybe in a couple of
weeks. Sam has bonded to me primarily and follows me everywhere; often
a pain if I'm trying to get some yardwork done. Rosie is primarily
Jimmie's dog and wants to be wherever she is.
You were right about Sam's intelligence. He is very smart and
very loving. He loves human companionship and is not hostile or
agressive toward the neighbor's dog or his cows & horses. He's more
curious than anything.
In short, we love Sam and we're so happy to have him as part of
our family. Thanks for rescuing him.
BOB and Jimmie, Oregon
Sigi's Tail Antics
There was nothing different about that January day to make any of us think that this long awaited rescue run would finally be a go, after so many other cancellations. Dozens of volunteers would be lined up ready to spirit those guys to freedom only to have everything cancel at the last minute because the worthless human brute "owner" chose to stay home instead and harm some other creature more helpless than himself.
Many, many times we were all on pins and needles wondering if today would be the day, and the poor gals
trying to negotiate the freedom for these boys was excruciatingly painful for them. One day yes, the next day no and so on for
months.....when that day finally came we all breathed a cumulative sigh of relief....and disbelief!
Months of negotiating with the owner who purportedly killed over 100 Rottweilers was agonizingly slow and fraught with frustrations of when or even whether the animals would be released to a rescue group in another state..
That cruel monster toyed with everyone, slobbering over his prize Rottweilers, now that a rescue group has discovered them. After all the owner was a breeder and had to maximize his "investment", but these tiny, pathetic creatures were becoming a burden to him, while court dates for animal cruelty charges were scheduled and cancelled.
In the end it took several months of some tough negotiating with this sadistic moron..
The mother of these 4 brothers had already been shot and killed by the owner, other pups had been shot and killed and our concern focused on the remaining 4 boys and their poor sister. All spent their entire 6 month lives, chained neck to neck with logging chains, in utter conditions of despair, unsocialized, untouched, underfed and without minimal shelter for a Pacific Northwest winter
But early one morning confirmation came that the 4 boys had been released and were hurriedly packed into crates, thrown into cars before anything untold could happen, and hit the road with various guardian angels!
This was truly a team effort and had it not been for those before us there wouldn't have been any of these guys alive First seeing them shocked us, all 4 were frightened, unhandled, filthy, half starved. They had never ridden in a vehicle, didn't know what crates were, obviously didn't know homes existed, and had no idea that humans could be other than neglectful and abusive.
They had been on the road all day by the time they reached us and I'll never forget, how pathetically
orphaned and frail they all appeared....
Sigi was the tiniest of the ChainGang Four, a bedraggled, undersized, filthy fellow, all bones and barely more than a rough, patchy coat with missing fur around his tiny neck.
Huddled and shivering in the back of a pick up that cold winter day. The crate more befitting a cocker than a 6 month old Rottweiler. We'll never forget the instant of bonding eye contact as we extracted him from the crate pulling him into the safety of our arms and a new world and chance at living.
As the smallest and completely without the concept of an appetite or sufficient food, we cared for him for months by hand feeding him ANYTHING edible, 1 kibble at a time, a tiny piece of cottage cheese, anything to activate his little taste buds... Sigi would go to the office with me so he could be encouraged to eat, he enjoyed the socialization of people and other dogs and finally developed an appetite where he would almost finish a half bowl of dog food, WE CHEERED!
And then one day we noticed he would finally eat without us begging and pleading and we knew the battle was finally won!
Of course by now with these intense intimate interaction, we were hooked and so was he. He now has food 24 hours a day, nibbles at his pleasure, plays with other dogs, and has surprisingly grown to normal size and is very handsome, totally loving and sweet
Like most Rotties he is a lick monster and has a stubborn streak. His only flaw is his warped sense of humor he occasionally displays. The horses aren't as alarmed as we are, but those tails took a long time to touch the ground. Sigi, will get a glint in his eye and get a running start to launch himself airborne and attach himself to a horses' tail.
The horse will then take off running and circling, literally catapulting Sigi airborne, as he flies around the horse, you can see him grinning while he's clamped onto the tail, Sigi likes it too!
NO, we don't have any photos, we stop the procedure or try to prevent it, if we catch the glint in his eye in time.
Dan still uncertain with Repo's affection
Repo, formerly Dakota, was with us almost a year, he failed three interviews because he was so fearful of strangers that he would stiffen up, growling and snapping at them if they approached within 50 feet!
As you can imagine, that did little to win anyone's heart. Dakota was terrific with us, but clearly he wasn't ready to accept any more humans into his life, at least until he met Astride.
It was love at first sight with the two of them and he later accepted Dan, her husband. The photo above shows Dan's surprise at Repo's acceptance and joy, but look at that smile!
Repo now has 4 humans in his life and fits in nicely with the limited interaction he has with public. Here's Astride's letter shortly
after taking Repo home, BEFORE he learned to allow other people into his life. He was very protective of Astride, but her note does have an
amusing side, doesn't it? AND more importantly, this beautiful animal had potential that needed work, lots of work and Astride and Dan were ready to provide him
an opportunity to be a valued family member, and it's worked for all concerned!
" I am so sorry I haven't written for a while but I have been laid up
for a bit... a week ago, i went to the lot ( automobile lot ) early to let Repo back into
his pen, but i was being pushed by two of our workers to hurry up, so
i wasnt thinking like i normally do... anyway I got in ok but didnt
completely latch the gate... I went inside the office with Repo, got
him leashd up and started outside...
Well, it was very, very icy that morning, and our lot is laid in gravel
and rocks, we started out but Repo noticed the gate had come open and
he bolted for the gate pulling me behind him really fast...I slipped
on the icy gravel and went down hard!!!
I kept my hold on him because by then the two workers had come to
see what was taking me so long... When they showed up, Repo wanted to go after
them...I was on the ground crying from the excrutiating pain in my
left knee, hip and elbow...thinking I had broken bones...my left hand
was all bloody...I was crying my eyes out holding on to him so he
wouldnt charge at the workers and then finally he quit looking at them
and was all over me on the ground licking my face from the salty tears
and stepping on me where it hurt...he was protecting me!...
After I calmed down in a few more minutes, I decided that I had to crawl back to
the office and get him inside because I didnt want him to alarm the
workers, so in all my pain I held on to him and crawled back into the
office, managed to close the door and laid on the floor for 50 more
minutes until Dan came to the office..
No one could help me because they were all scared of Repo and Repo just laid by my side and licked
my tears...I couldnt get up or do anything but I knew by then that I
didnt have broken bones...finally Dan came and took Repo to his pen,
helped me get up, went to get bandaids, first aid and wrapped my
knee...I was a mess... so for a week I used a cane to help me
walk...now my bruises are better and so are all the abrasions...
I finally was strong enough to go back into Repo's kennel by myself...I
love that boy...he is such a sweetie...I dont blame him one bit for
the accident...it wasnt his falut...I shouldve locked the gate in the
first place and never put him on a leash as he would have followed me to
his pen anyways...
He is doing great, he loves Dan as much as he loves me..we are now
introducing him to a new salesman, who raised Dobermans...he is not
afraid of Repo and feeds him and talks to him...even while Repo is
growling at him from behind the chain link and baring his teeth, he
will still SIT when Roy tells him to even as he growls...it is a sight to see
Yesterday, Roy went in the pen with Dan, and Repo nipped him on
the arm..but Roy was not afraid and told him NO! and Repo backed
down...Roy likes him and it will be a matter of a few more days and
they will be friends..the other two people are so scared of Repo that
we gave up trying..we will keep the circle to me, Dan and Roy. ROY
used to train Dobies and says Rottis are dobermans with
I will write more later...how are you doing? I think of you
often...glad you like the jokes... Hugs," Astrida
"Arnold" had been left to die, tied at the bottom of an irrigation ditch with another dog. He was petrified for the first hour with us and took about 15 minutes before he would get
out of the jeep. His new name is MOOSE and he LOVES his new family, as you can tell from these photos! Some shelter workers were afraid of Arnold, he
was very aggitated and acting quite aggressive. Had it not been for the shelter director, who owns Rotties herself, telling
me that she "thought" he would be OK with work and time, we would not have taken a chance with him. Thankfully we took that chance, saved his life and the letter tells how he's integrated into his new family.
" How Moose joined our family: We had two male Rotts and lost one of them in December 2001 to uncorrectable hip dysplasia, joint
deterioration. Our remaining Rott, Cuda who was also adopted our of Deer Lodge Montana, became depressed and lifeless.
We could no longer leave him alone at home as he would claw the doors, windows and screens. Cuda just could not
understand what had hapened to his playmate.
I began looking for another Rott to rescue which took a few months since we had criteria to meet. We had another male dog, a cat
and two very small children.
My search led us to Toni, who had a very special dog named, Arnold. He was given to Toni by the Idaho Humane Society.
A local man had found him tied up to the bottom of an irrigation ditch with another female Rott. They were left there to die with no
food or water. By the description Toni seem to know her dogs very well. She assured us that despite what he had been through he was an incredible dog and all he wanted
Arnold seemd to be everything we were looking for. Together we all decided he was the one for our family.
Toni was incredible herself! She agreed to bring him all the way to Montana, where we live. We arrived home with him at 11:30 pm on July 7, 2002.
He was fearful of all men, including my husband, but it only took him a day or two to realize he was our new son and he wasn't going to leave. Within the month he was my husband's best friend
and followed him everywhere he went. I still take priority with him because of course I am his mama!
I took him to Obedience Class, not because he needed it but because I thought it would be a good bonding time with him.
He graduated top of his class and was the only one to advance to the next level! What a boy!
He is a rather large dog and has been a great deterent for anyone thinking of entering the yard. Which is
great with our kids playing around outside. I call my boys my " Security alarm ", they sound off if
someone comes near the fence yet they let the kids roll all over them. They can't seem to get them wet
enough with Rottie Kisses.
I tried calling him Arnold, but always referred to him as Moose, because of his size. The deciding factor
for the name change was seeing him run...if you have ever seen a real moose run, that is exactly how he runs. It is a crack up!!
Toni was right, he has been nothing but a super boy and a delight to have in our family. He is
the biggest teddy bear you will ever see. You can truly see how grateful he is every time he looks at you with those big
brown eyes." Tammy in Montana
" Baby Moose " on the left with new family..
I wanted to thank you and I'd love to send a thank you to the neighbor
that rescued Moose as well. We adore Moose. We have had
him so little time and already he is becoming a member of the family.
He has a big overstuffed dog bed, right beside my bed and we are both
happy with that arrangement. We were all so tired after our long trip
Saturday that everyone slept well. I wasn't sure what Sunday night would
bring, he was just as good, he laid on his bed and went right to sleep. He
gets up with me each time I get up during the night to go to the bathroom
and he goes right back to his bed. He hasn't needed to go out during the
night and has been a very good boy.
He found the indoor doggie toybox right away and loves his tennis balls.
He hasn't discovered the outdoor toybox but I'm sure it's just a matter of
time. We are already working on " sit "; he really likes to jump up to get treats
and I want to break that habit, it's cute now, but won't be as he gets
bigger and jumps on people. He is responding remarkably fast.
This morning before I left for work, he saw me with a treat and ran over and sat right
in front of me, without me even saying " sit ". I'm confident he will be
very easy to train as he is so eager to please. We have a very active home
with lots of friends, family and other dogs coming by often to visit, he
already met a few friends and is timid right at first but quickly warms
up to them. It is actually cute, he runs to Don and I for reassurance and
once we say they are " okay ", he goes back to sniff and check the new folks
We went to the local ranch store yesterday and bought him a new blue
collar and his own new food and water bowl. He and Sadie ( my female
rottie ) know who's bowls are who's and they make sure the other knows it
We are delighted how well he travels, as I told you, we travel with our
dogs and take short trips to the coast, Whidbey island and the mountains.
We are hoping to introduce him to the beach at the Pacific ocean this
Spring. I can already imagine he and Sadie running together all over the
beach. There is something very rewarding about seeing a dog that's tired
at the end of the day from playing and walking on the beach or along a
mountain trail. We work all week long and our dogs patiently wait for us
at home so when the weekend comes, it's time to do things with them. Of
course we walk them during the week but we like to take them out and do
more on the weekends.
I will send you pictures as we take them and as he grows. Thank you again
and again. He is the dog that I was looking for and had prayed for. I
truly appreciate all you did and all that you do for the good of the dogs.
You are a wonderful person and you will be rewarded over and over for the
goodness you show all these rotties in need.
Sincerely, Ronda O'Brien
Lots more stories to be posted, more to be written, we appreciate updates, photos and news. Eventually, we'll get many more updated.
Reading thoughtful letters from new "parents" makes our efforts
so worthwhile....it's not just saving the dog, but knowing that we've
sent him onto a permanent, home where his arrival contributes so
much to the totality of the family picture and where the thought of his
absence would mean such a huge Rotti shaped hole in the heart!
Thanks for adopting! Toni & Dwight
And this is the before picture of the ChainGang 4
these poor guys are tangled up so close to each other, do they look 6 months old?
You can see all 5 pups, with one shelter not big enough for one
You can see the ribs and sunken tummys
tiny guys with heart breaking chains on thin necks, travel companion another starved Idaho Rotti, Sadie
Not sure if these were beds for them or nests for chickens
Please visit our wonderful ADOPTABLE ROTTIES
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There seems to be thousands of books about every aspect of dogs that anyone could imagine, we've chosen some of our favorites about various training techniques, agility, tracking, learning to bond, silly dog tricks and lots more and made them available to you. These are grouped on a separate page where you can easily purchase them if you find them interesting. Buying from our link will not cost you a penny extra and Happy Tails will earn a few cents from each purchase that helps support our rescue
efforts. In fact, I guess you could say that we've saved some of your time by doing the searching and picking some of our favorites that should have a broad appeal. At least we give them a PAWS UP! Or you can easily search on your home. Enjoy your reading!
Click here to check out these great training books!
If you are unhappy with the health of your animal friends and are thinking about herbs, essential oils, clays, homeopathy or other natural therapies, there are thousands of books on each of those very interesting topics and it could take quite a long time to get up to speed on them,
to save you some time, we've chosen some of our favorites and made them available to you through Amazon, and it won't cost you a penny extra! These are grouped on a separate page where you can easily purchase them if you find them interesting. Buying from our link will help Happy Tails earn a few cents from each purchase that will be used to help support our rescue
efforts. In fact, I guess you could say that we've saved some of your valuable time by doing the searching and picking some of our favorites that should have a broad appeal. At least we give them a PAWS UP! Or you can easily search on your home. Enjoy your reading!
Click here to check out these great books on Herbs, Essential Oils, Clay Cures and more!
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