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A Playmate for Brandi

by Margaret Seiders-Metz
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
Release Date: 2017-02-16
Genre: Humor
Pages: 108 pages
ISBN 13: 1524572527
ISBN 10: 9781524572525
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This is a true story about the antics my dogs have put us through. Some were laughable while others were unbelievable. I had many dogs, but never two like Brandi and Muffin. I wondered if they maybe were possessed with the things that occurred. No one would believe me if I told them what they did, but I saw it with my own eyes. How two beautiful-looking dogs get into so much trouble is beyond me. Being mistreated and put up for adoption, we fell in love with them, but were we ever fooled because they were not the little angels that we thought they were, but devils in disguise.
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