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If you're interested in this particular rescue puppy, Graycie Claire, here's a detailed account from the Vet in the video:



Here's a bit of Graycie's most recent Facebook update:


You can continue to follow Graycie Claire's progress on Granite Hills Animal Care's facebook page.

Ginger Rogers is looking for a new dance partner!

Posted by Crystal L Kincaid on Wednesday, February 10, 2016
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Ginger Rogers (A341003) danced her way into hearts yesterday when her video was shared on social media. It's been viewed...

Posted by Orange County Animal Services on Thursday, February 11, 2016

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Via: cj
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"I was driving along when I see this deer struggling to survive. I felt obligated to help her, so I pulled over, trekked through the woods, and crawled out onto the ice. I used a rope to pull her out. I am so glad she is safe. Now we need to find her mom.

**pets deer**

I will call her Miss Ice River. She must be so cold. I am so happy that she survived. Farewell." 
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Update: A lot of people have asked about her now. I never thought it would get so much interest. This video is a chronicle of our time together, which I finished making a while ago. Subsequent to making the video, I had to travel a lot, and struggled with keeping her where I was living. A saviour stepped in and helped look after Pegs while I tried to make a plan and she moved back and forth, which was disruptive for her. After months of no solution, it was obvious that her new set up with incredible love, a bigger garden and a new best friend in Luna, another great dane was more than I could offer. I am lucky that I get to visit and take her for short periods, and maybe that's why in my heart she's still with me. It’s always difficult. If the dog is happier, do you forsake your happiness? I think yes. If a dog is negligently bred, should it be killed to prevent more negligent breeding? I think no. Who's to say. In the end we try our best and our pets teach us lessons about love, humility and non-judgment.
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In this brief video, IFAW's Kelly Donithan visits tigers Carli and Lily at Safe Haven Rescue Zoo in Nevada and witnesses the first time they are able to feel what it's like to swim!

For more information visit International Fund For Animal Welfare.
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