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Ugly mutts need love too!

Meet The Undateables of the animal world - who have all found happiness thanks to one kind-hearted dog-lover.
These adorable pups were taken in by rescue worker Jennifer Clayton, from Salt Lake City, Utah, after they were abandoned because of their special needs.
The 38-year-old is currently proud 'mum' to four dogs she has adopted as her own, as well as two foster dogs.

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Dogsey Veteran
Joined: May 2013
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30-01-2015, 11:37 AM
I hate the word "ugly"!! and I certainly can't see how it could be used to describe any if these dogs tbh.Pics of Ruby just made me smile,I think she looks adorable.Comments like "freak of nature"??.... now that is ugly!!
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Dogsey Veteran
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30-01-2015, 01:43 PM
I love the word ugly. It's superficial, however. Ugly dogs of course need love, too. Not everyone or every mutt can be show grade statuesque. Ugly, weird, fat, skinny, etc. dogs (and people) are the same as good looking dogs (and people), and deserve the same treatment.
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Dogsey Senior
Joined: Mar 2014
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30-01-2015, 06:48 PM
I wouldn't use "ugly", unique or special but not ugly, actually rather sweet. If anybody has read "Oogy" same idea...There was a TV show the other night on someone with a sloth for a pet. Those things are a bit unsettling in appearance...but after you watched it in action for awhile you could definitely see the cute.
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