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This is so true, my galgo never got over his abuse at the hands of a sub human hunter in Spain. Even after some years of being with us he still flinched if we made any sudden arm of leg movements. He often used to wake up in terror until he realised where he was and then his eyes used to soften when he saw me or my husband. Beautiful Jake died some years ago now, he would have lived longer had he not been so mistreated in Spain. It still upsets me now when I think about what he went through. My Dad is not particularly a dog lover, not unkind just not dog crackers like me but he loved Jake, he won everyone over, big gentle lad that he was.

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