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Brutal Beginnings and Happy Endings for Rescued Caucasian Shepherds

When the ASPCA was asked to assist with an animal cruelty case involving nearly 300 Caucasian Shepherds in Nye County, Nevada, last August, Nevadans immediately took notice. 

It wasn’t just the cruelty that stood out, but the size of the dogs. This breed can grow to over 100 lb. and stand over two feet tall.

Ed R. and his wife, Sydney, learned on social media that some dogs were available for adoption at the Nevada Humane Society (NHS) in Reno. Two days before Thanksgiving, they adopted the last pup available, whom they named Rambo “because he is going to be so big,” Ed says.

Read this sad story to the happy end!

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