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  1. Lexie (rip) And Margot

    We recently lost our beloved 9 year-old Doberman, Lexie, to mammary cancer immediatley following a bilateral enucleation. I am still devastated, but adopting Margot, our new little Dobe pup, has helped ease the pain tremendously. She is such a joy.
  2. Lexie (rip) And Margot

    We recently lost our beloved 9 year-old Doberman, Lexie, to mammary cancer immediatley following a bilateral enucleation. I am still devastated, but adopting Margot, our new little Dobe pup, has helped ease the pain tremendously. She is such a joy.
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  3. Lexie (rip) And Margot

    We recently lost our beloved 9 year-old Doberman, Lexie, to mammary cancer immediatley following a bilateral enucleation. I am still devastated, but adopting Margot, our new little Dobe pup, has helped ease the pain tremendously. She is such a joy.
  4. Lexie (rip) And Margot

    We recently lost our beloved 9 year-old Doberman, Lexie, to mammary cancer immediatley following a bilateral enucleation. I am still devastated, but adopting Margot, our new little Dobe pup, has helped ease the pain tremendously. She is such a joy.
  5. Lexie (rip) And Margot

    We recently lost our beloved 9 year-old Doberman, Lexie, to mammary cancer immediatley following a bilateral enucleation. I am still devastated, but adopting Margot, our new little Dobe pup, has helped ease the pain tremendously. She is such a joy.
  6. Lexie (rip) And Margot

    We recently lost our beloved 9 year-old Doberman, Lexie, to mammary cancer immediatley following a bilateral enucleation. I am still devastated, but adopting Margot, our new little Dobe pup, has helped ease the pain tremendously. She is such a joy.
  7. Lexie (rip) And Margot

    We recently lost our beloved 9 year-old Doberman, Lexie, to mammary cancer immediatley following a bilateral enucleation. I am still devastated, but adopting Margot, our new little Dobe pup, has helped ease the pain tremendously. She is such a joy.
  8. Lexie (rip) And Margot

    We recently lost our beloved 9 year-old Doberman, Lexie, to mammary cancer immediatley following a bilateral enucleation. I am still devastated, but adopting Margot, our new little Dobe pup, has helped ease the pain tremendously. She is such a joy.
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