Roxie - American Staffordshire Terrier / Mixed (short coat) Dog For Adoption
American Staffordshire Terrier Mix Dog For Adoption in Kenner, LA

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Organization Name: Pet Adoption Services, Inc
Location: Kenner, LA 70063
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Breed: American Staffordshire Terrier Mix
Gender: Female Female
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Roxie

Age: Adult
Color/Markings: Black with White
Size at Maturity: Medium
Availability Date: 07/30/2016
Location: Kenner, LA 70063
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Physical Attributes
Ear Type Erect
Coat Length Short
Altered Yes
Behavioral Characteristics
OK with Dogs Yes
Energy Level Moderate
Activity Level Moderately Active
Exercise Needs Moderate
Other
  • Leash Trained
  • Crate Trained
  • Housetrained
  • Good in a Car
Personality
Personality Characteristics
  • Playful
  • Affectionate
  • Intelligent
  • Even-Tempered
Additional Information
Was the Dog Found No
Other
  • Up-to-date on Vaccinations

Posted Breed: American Staffordshire Terrier / Mixed (short coat). Roxie Female American Staffordshire mix 2 yrs old 45 lbs Roxie is a sweet American Staffordshire mix who was found starving on the streets. Thanks to some residents of a nursing home, she was fed, but that was not a situation that could continue. After being passed along to a number of people who wanted to help but were not able to keep her, she entered foster care with her current caretakers. Roxie is good with dogs of all ages and sizes and shares her foster home with 5 other dogs ranging from young to 13 yrs old and weighing in at 15 lbs to 70 lbs. Roxie even meets the further challenge of living with one of the small dogs who is blind and has spinal injuries. However, she is exuberant and strong, even for the pint-sized package that she is. Therefore, we would recommend a home with older children, only because she might unintentionally knock a smaller child down in greeting them. Roxie has lots of energy and would be a great playmate for a medium to large dog, and she would be a great jogging partner. She has been curious and accepting of the cat in her foster home, who will nuzzle Roxie as she passes by. Roxie's foster parents supervise such encounters, and would recommend same for others at this point. Roxie is house trained and is learning basic obedience. Roxie is current on vaccinations, spayed, microchipped and has tested heartworm negative. She is current on heartworm preventative and flea preventative. If you are interested in Roxie, please fill out a Dog Adoption Application Our adoptions include a foster period of 4-6 weeks so that you can be sure that this pet is a good fit without any pressure, and we are available to answer any behavior or training questions during that time (and beyond, if you wish). **Local adoptions preferred (within 1-2 hrs of the Greater New Orleans area), but please contact us if you live outside of this area, as exceptions are sometimes made on an individual basis depending on the dog or circumstances. We do not ship animals, as a part of our adoption process is for the potential adopter(s) to meet the dog to assess if he/she is a match for the family.

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    • Jack Russell Terrier-Unknown Mix Dog For Adoption in Kenner, LA

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      Breed: Jack Russell Terrier-Unknown Mix
      Sex: Female Female
      Age: Young
      Location: Kenner, LA
      Posted Breed: Jack Russell Terrier / Mixed (medium coat). Sweet and spunky Pebbles is a probable Jack Russel mix who is just under a year old. She is playful with other dogs her size and good with kids and has been mindful of the cats that she has encountered. We don't know anything about her previous family, as she was picked up as an unclaimed stray, but we haven't been able to figure out a reason why no one would have been looking for this scruffy sweetheart. Pebbles is current on vaccinations, spayed, and microchipped. Current on heartworm preventative and flea preventative. If you are interested, please fill out a Dog Adoption Application Our adoptions include a foster period of 4-6 weeks so that you can be sure that this pet is a good fit without any pressure, and we are available to answer any behavior or training questions during that time (and beyond, if you wish). ** Local adoptions preferred (within Greater New Orleans area and surrounding parishes). We do not ship animals, as a part of our adoption process is for the potential adopter(s) to meet the dog to assess if he/she is a match for the family.
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    • Bogle Dog For Adoption in Kenner, LA

      Tyler

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      Breed: Bogle
      Sex: Male Male
      Age: Adult
      Location: Kenner, LA
      Posted Breed: Boxer / Beagle / Mixed (short coat). Sometimes, our foster parents write heartfelt musings about their foster dogs and capture the essence of the dog they have made a part of their home better than any bio that is posted. With that in mind, we share with you a post that Tyler's foster parent shared on social media recently: "When fostering is hard. I love this dude. He disputes the claim that 42 lbs is too big to be a lap dog.I would keep Tyler in a minute, in all of his counter-surfing glory. He is complex and easy, all at once. As much as Tyler's stomach is ruled by his beagle half, many mornings, I have to pull back covers, move an 11 yrs old's legs off of him, and lift him out the bed so that he will go eat breakfast. It's the one time of day that the clanking of food bowls does not override his drive to cuddle. Tyler lives harmoniously with the cats and will often deliver a driveby kiss to my ultra dog-friendly tuxie when passing him by. He barks at strays and for a while, actively sought to remove the threat of one of my cats that attacked him upon arrival. Tyler is sensitive, and though his world can be crumbled in 10 seconds by a mean ol' puddy tat, he has never met a stranger. He adores children and he palpably lights up in their presence. This affable goof holds no concept of his physical size and truly considers himself a 20 lbs dog, and his initially zealous approach can be overwhelming for toddlers. I imagine that as a puppy, he won over his original owners with those classic sad eyes and was indulged in puppy behavior he has not since outgrown. Tyler is an old man and yet a puppy. He has claimed the living room armchair and when he is curled up with his naturally furrowed eyebrows, he looks like someone's grumpy ol' paw-paw. Tyler is in one minute a slow-moving slothlike snugglebug, and in the next, when directly addressed by name and with eye contact, his face transforms with the glee of recognition, ("Who me?!). The summoner is immediately smothered in kisses. Lots of kisses. (Enter Tyler's boxer half). This is also when Tyler transitions into his lap dog self. He's almost quirky, but not. He is more interesting than anything and predominately keeps us laughing or peppering his irresistible face with kisses. So, why not keep Tyler? I don't get personal too often about fosters or my experience as a foster parent on an emotional level. But, for Tyler's sake, I will. And, perhaps I am doing a disservice to my other foster parents by not being more open. You see, my struggle with the decision to keep Tyler begins with fear. Not a good place to make decisions unless you are facing a lion attack or some other such actual life-threatening situation. Tyler originally came into our care at 3 months of age. He was adopted, by all accounts, to a stellar home. Great vet references, and such. But a few months ago, after 4 yrs of living with his adoptive family, Tyler was unceremoniously surrendered to the local shelter (with his adoption papers that state he is to be returned directly to the rescue). I don't know why Tyler was left at the shelter, and at this point, it truly doesn't matter. It won't change anything. The reasons given for surrender hold little truth. Tyler has only dug in my yard to bury a bone or any high-value toy. We discovered this on his third day here and solved the problem by not allowing nylabones outdoors. Tyler has actually gotten better with this since puppies arrived in foster care and are often playing with toys outdoors. The last time Tyler tried to bury something was yesterday when he was tired of playing with a ball. I think that was his way of saying, "I'm done, let's go inside." In any case, discovering that there was nothing wrong with Tyler except for that he was a normal hound, and seeing family, friends, and other fosters fall in love with him, left me with a sense of guilt to go with my fear. What had we done wrong when placing him? What more could we have done? My rational brain knows...nothing. Life happens. Sometimes it isn't easy. Sometimes people make less-than-great decisions even after a commitment was made. Maybe it's the best decision they can make at the time. My fear, though, is that it will happen again. Likely? No. But, this fear and guilt do not come from a rational place. When not consumed by this duo, I can clearly see that though Tyler would be happy here, and that he loves us, I also know he would be settling. He doesn't know this, but as a serial foster parent, I do. He deserves a home where he doesn't have to share his people with the revolving door of new dogs. While Tyler has been successfully introduced to all newcomers without incident, it's obvious that he does experience even mild stress over the adjustments that constantly take place in his environment. And, this is when compassion and love must reign. I typically do no struggle with letting my fosters go. But, we rarely get returns. And, though there is a list of reasons in favor of keeping Tyler, most all of my fosters come with the same. But, it's the fear and guilt that have been the game changers. And it's important as a foster parent for me to know when it has become about me and not about the best interest of my charge. This is one of those times. The fact is, that Tyler's previous home DID meet their minimum requirement of keeping him healthy. He was not only turned in with his original adoption papers, but his most recent vet records. I remain thankful for that and that he ultimately found his way back to us. I am also thankful that I said "yes" when we were asked by a rescue colleague, to take him in 4 yrs ago, as she knew he would have a better chance of being noticed through our all-breed rescue. As a 3 month old puppy, even with cherry-eye, Tyler was generically cute, as most puppies are, but so was his personality. In choosing to take away anything positive from this experience, though it was not by the most ideal means, I feel honored and blessed that I got to meet and experience grownup Tyler. That puppy turned into one fantastic dog. And, it is time that some lucky family gets to experience grownup Tyler, too. For all we know, his first home was meant to be temporary in the big scheme of things. Maybe, someone needs Tyler as much as he needs them, and maybe that someone wasn't ready until now. If you need this face in your life as much as I have enjoyed having gazing up on it, complete an application for Tyler at www.petadoptionservices.org " ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Tyler is a loving 4 yr old beagle/boxer mix who is good with other dogs, and was reported as very good with children and housetrained by his previous family. He loves belly rubs and is a cheerful boy who makes fast friends with everyone he meets. Tyler weighs in at about 42-44 lbs. He would be best in a home that likes to be active with their pets. Tyler needs to be an inside-only dog as he does become bored without his humans. Tyler will especially appeal to beagle and hound fans who will appreciate his delightful disposition and enlist a sense of humor in encountering the eternal puppyhood that is a hallmark of the beagle breed. Yett, bully breed fans are sure to enjoy this boy as well. Current on vaccinations, neutered and microchipped. Current on flea preventative and heartworm preventative. *Local adoptions (New Orleans and surrounding parishes) preferred. We do NOT ship animals. We will consider out-of-area adoptions when the adopter provides transport. If you are interested, please fill out an online application Our adoptions include a foster period of 4-6 weeks so that you can be sure that this pet is a good fit without any pressure, and we are available to answer any behavior or training questions during that time (and beyond, if you wish).
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    • American Staffordshire Terrier-Unknown Mix Dog For Adoption in Kenner, LA

      Rosalie

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      Breed: American Staffordshire Terrier-Unknown Mix
      Sex: Female Female
      Age: Adult
      Location: Kenner, LA
      Posted Breed: American Staffordshire Terrier / Mixed (short coat). Rosalie is an 18 mos old staffy mix surrendered by her owner who no longer wanted her. She was terrified initially but has warmed up beautifully. We know Rosalie had a rough past as she was used only as a breeder dog, but she has a heart of gold. She adores the children in her foster home and she gets along with her canine foster brothers and sisters wonderfully. Rosalie will run and play outside and then she will come inside and relax with the family. She is the best of both worlds. She loves to curl up and take naps on your lap, yes she thinks she is a lap dog and we haven't had the heart to tell her otherwise. She loves belly rubs and giving kisses. Rosalie is current on vaccinations, spayed, and microchipped. She is current on monthly heartworm preventative and flea preventative and has tested heartworm negative. If you are interested, please fill out a Dog Adoption Application Our adoptions include a foster period of 4-6 weeks so that you can be sure that this pet is a good fit without any pressure, and we are available to answer any behavior or training questions during that time (and beyond, if you wish). ** Local adoptions preferred (within Greater New Orleans area and surrounding parishes). We do not ship animals, as a part of our adoption process is for the potential adopter(s) to meet the dog to assess if he/she is a match for the family.
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    • Great Dane-Unknown Mix Dog For Adoption in Kenner, LA

      Alfie

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      Breed: Great Dane-Unknown Mix
      Sex: Male Male
      Age: Young
      Location: Kenner, LA
      Posted Breed: Great Dane / Black Labrador Retriever / Mixed (short coat). Alfie is a 9 mos old Great Dane / Labrador Retriever mix. He adores kids, enjoys the company of other friendly dogs, and is indifferent to the cats he encounters near his foster home. Alfie currently weighs 45 lbs and his adoptive home should be prepared for him to tap in to his Dane genetics and possibly reach a max adult weight close to 70 lbs. Likewise, he can possibly be much less, so we ask families who have weight restrictions in mind, to take this into consideration. Despite his size, Alfie considers himself the perfect lap dog and is a great cuddler. He is still very much a puppy, but is quick to learn and already knows basic commands and is doing great with potty training. This big boy must have had a rough start, because he was very shy and appeared to know nothing of living inside of a house as a family member before entering his foster home. But nothing in Alfie's past has stopped him from unconditionally loving, and certainly, this is a testament to his personality and temperament. Everyone who meets Alfie for the first time is impressed with him and left smitten. This is why we find it hard to believe he went unnoticed in the local shelter for nearly two months of his puppyhood. Alfie has been to multiple events and has been a superstar. He would do best with an active family with whom he will receive lots of attention and thrives in the company of other dogs, so his ideal home would include a canine sibling. This handsome young man is current on vaccinations, neutered, microchipped and has tested heartworm negative. If you are interested, please fill out a Dog Adoption Application Our adoptions include a foster period of 4-6 weeks so that you can be sure that this pet is a good fit without any pressure, and we are available to answer any behavior or training questions during that time (and beyond, if you wish). ** Local adoptions preferred (within Greater New Orleans area and surrounding parishes). We do not ship animals, as a part of our adoption process is for the potential adopter(s) to meet the dog to assess if he/she is a match for the family.
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    • Beagle Dog For Adoption in Kenner, LA

      Leif

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      Breed: Beagle
      Sex: Male Male
      Age: Adult
      Location: Kenner, LA
      Posted Breed: Beagle (short coat). Leif came to us as an unclaimed stray and significantly underweight. He loves food, though, so his foster family is He is a shy sweet boy that is learning what it is to be in a home and be loved. He loves warm blankets and soft laps. He will roll over for a good belly rub. As with all beagles, he needs to be supervised while outside because he will try to escape the yard if left alone. He is doing great with his foster brothers and sisters in his home. He loves kids and lights up when they walk into the room. Leif is current on vaccinations, neutered, and microchipped. He is current on heartworm preventative and flea preventative. If you are interested in some beagleness in your life, complete a Dog Adoption Application Our adoptions include a foster period of 4-6 weeks so that you can be sure that this pet is a good fit without any pressure, and we are available to answer any behavior or training questions during that time (and beyond, if you wish). ** Local adoptions preferred (within Greater New Orleans area and surrounding parishes). We do not ship animals, as a part of our adoption process is for the potential adopter(s) to meet the dog to assess if he/she is a match for the family.
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    • Border Collie-Unknown Mix Dog For Adoption in Kenner, LA

      Kurt

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      Breed: Border Collie-Unknown Mix
      Sex: Male Male
      Age: Young
      Location: Kenner, LA
      Posted Breed: Australian Cattle Dog/Blue Heeler / Border Collie / Mixed (short coat). "I wish I may, I wish I might, have the wish, I wish tonight!" Kurt is closing his eyes and wishing with all his might for a home for the holidays! Kurt is a 6-7 month old heeler/border collie/shadow puppy blend. He weighs in at about 40lbs, but could stand to lose a few, as he shared a kennel at the shelter with another dog, and we're pretty sure he was partaking of a bit more than his food allowance. Kurt has a wonderful personality and disposition. He gets along really well with kids, dogs, cats, and goats (yes, goats)! Kurt is the perfect balance of energy and activity level, as he will play when engaged, but is also happy to just be by your side and lie by your feet. He soaks up human affection and returns it in kind. Kurt is kennel trained, and his foster parents are polishing his potty-training skills. Kurt knows the command "sit" and because he is very treat-motivated and has a penchant for learning new things (probably due to his herding breed DNA), he will be a fun pooch to train. Kurt is current on vaccinations, neutered, microchipped and has tested negative for heartworms. Current on flea preventative and heartworm preventative. If you are interested in havng this cute, spotty-toed pooch in your life, please fill out a Dog Adoption Application *Local adoptions (New Orleans and surrounding parishes) preferred. We do NOT ship animals *Before applying for a puppy under 6 months old, please note that we are looking for homes where someone is home frequently, or for those applicants who work 8 hr work days, we ask that you have made arrangements for someone to come home at least once during the day to allow the dog to go out for a potty break. Puppies go through multiple teething stages during their first year. Providing your puppy with appropriate toys specially designed for teething puppies can prevent damage to belongings, but more importantly, prevent your dog from choking or suffering a dangerous intestinal obstruction. During the earlier stages, crate him or her when you can't directly supervise him. Our adoptions include a foster period of 4-6 weeks so that you can be sure that this pet is a good fit without any pressure, and we are available to answer any behavior or training questions during that time (and beyond, if you wish).
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    • Mutt Dog For Adoption in Kenner, LA

      Pretty

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      Breed: Mutt
      Sex: Female Female
      Age: Young
      Location: Kenner, LA
      Posted Breed: Terrier / Mixed (short coat). Adoption includes vetcheck, vaccinations, spay/neuter, and microchip. Current on heartworm preventative and flea preventative. If you are interested, please fill out a Dog Adoption Application Our adoptions include a foster period of 4-6 weeks so that you can be sure that this pet is a good fit without any pressure, and we are available to answer any behavior or training questions during that time (and beyond, if you wish). ** Local adoptions preferred (within Greater New Orleans area and surrounding parishes). We do not ship animals, as a part of our adoption process is for the potential adopter(s) to meet the dog to assess if he/she is a match for the family.
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    • Mutt Dog For Adoption in Kenner, LA

      Waldo

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      Breed: Mutt
      Sex: Male Male
      Age: Young
      Location: Kenner, LA
      Posted Breed: Australian Cattle Dog/Blue Heeler / Terrier / Mixed (short coat). Where's Waldo? Waiting for you. This sweet pup is available for adoption and looking for a home to call his forever. Waldo is a young male Heeler mix who is good with dogs (big and small) and indifferent towards cats. He knows basic commands: "sit," "down," and "heel." He walks great on a leash and is house and crate trained. Pssst....he has THE most fabulous ears, to boot. Waldo is almost a year old, but is a nice balance of young pup energy with the ability to be a snuggler. Most of the time, he's just lounging around with his foster siblings or snuggling with his foster dad, but he will play with the other dogs in his foster home. Waldo is ok with older kids/teenagers and even infants, but has a fearful reaction to toddlers. Unfortunately, based on the fact that he was originally found abandoned in a home surviving on dirty diapers, we suspect that a young child or children were allowed to mistreat him, even if unintentionally. For this reason, we are recommending a home with older children or adults only. Waldo is current on vaccinations, neutered, microchipped, and has tested heartworm negative. If you are interested in Waldo, please fill out a Dog Adoption Application Our adoptions include a foster period of 4-6 weeks so that you can be sure that this pet is a good fit without any pressure, and we are available to answer any behavior or training questions during that time (and beyond, if you wish). ** Local adoptions preferred (within Greater New Orleans area and surrounding parishes). We do not ship animals, as a part of our adoption process is for the potential adopter(s) to meet the dog to assess if he/she is a match for the family.
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    • American Staffordshire Terrier-Bulldog Mix Dog For Adoption in Kenner, LA

      Madeline

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      Breed: American Staffordshire Terrier-Bulldog Mix
      Sex: Female Female
      Age: Adult
      Location: Kenner, LA
      Posted Breed: American Staffordshire Terrier / English Bulldog / Mixed (short coat). Madeline Female American Staffordshire Terrier 3 yrs old; 45 lbs This pint-sized girl was surrendered to the shelter with her previous owner citing 'works too much,' but it was later revealed that Madeline and the other dogs she was turned in with had been living on a tether. Madeline has quickly become a staff and volunteer favorite with her undeniably cute underbite and soulfully sweet eyes. Madeline was a tiny 45 lbs when she arrived, which was fortunate since she had never learned how to walk on a leash and was overwhelmed by the noise and activity of shelter life. It appears as if she had very little appropriate human family interaction, yet she was lovable towards people and did fine with dogs and cats in the shelter. Madeline was in desperate need of an adoptive or foster home to give her the chance to live in an environment filled with human compassion and and nurturing companionship so that she could develop her self-confidence. Otherwise, she was not going to make it out of the shelter. However, Madeline soon gained another fan. The volunteer shelter photographer took some time after a shelter photo session to study her subject. No longer restrained at the end of ropes or chains, Madeline seemed to look hopefully beyond the chain link fencing of her shelter home, as her new friend sat patiently next to her in the shelter play yard. Ashley spends two Saturdays a month sharing the gift of her photography with the shelter dogs and seemingly capturing the very essence of their spirit in hopes of revealing them to the world. But, as she peered through the lens one day, it was the photographer who was captured. Unbeknownst to both of them, Ashley would soon come to play a huge part in saving Madeline's life. Unable to get Madeline off of her mind, Ashley carried her out of the shelter one day soon after, filled with hope that she could teach Madeline that good things do happen and that there was so much more to be discovered. In foster care a month after arriving at the shelter, Madeline still could not even walk on a leash and was hesitant to follow anyone for a distance. She had yet to comprehend that the limits she once knew were no longer a daily part of her life, or at all. She was still tethered in spirit. Fast-forward almost 4 months later, and Madeline now walks on a leash. She sleeps on her foster sister, Priscilla, a Weimaraner. She plays and is joyful and brings joy to those around her. Now it is time for Madeline to move onto a loving and patient home that she can call her own, filling it with delight and reward as her family witnesses her continue to blossom into the beautiful companion that she was always meant to be. If you are interested in sweet Madeline, please complete a Dog Adoption Application Madeline is current on vaccinations, spayed, and microchipped. She has tested low heartworm positive, but can be kept on monthly heartworm preventative that is required for all dogs, anyway. Our adoptions include a foster period of 4-6 weeks so that you can be sure that this pet is a good fit without any pressure, and we are available to answer any behavior or training questions during that time (and beyond, if you wish). **Local adoptions preferred (within 1-2 hrs of the Greater New Orleans area), but please contact us if you live outside of this area, as exceptions are sometimes made on an individual basis depending on the dog or circumstances. We do not ship animals, as a part of our adoption process is for the potential adopter(s) to meet the dog to assess if he/she is a match for the family.
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    • Mutt Dog For Adoption in Kenner, LA

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      Breed: Mutt
      Sex: Female Female
      Location: Kenner, LA
      Posted Breed: Terrier. See Wishlist - Dog's HomepageYou can fill out an adoption application online on our official website.If you are not interested in any of the dogs we have listed for adoption, but would like to be on our wishlist for a certain pet, please fill out a wishlist application.
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