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SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF) — Meet Peaches, posing for a shot with her family in Half Moon Bay.

Peaches is a rescue we found on line and adopted in August of 2013 when she was 8 months old. She’d been found in Riverside alone and injured by a car, and taken to a pet hospital to be treated for her injuries and severe dehydration.

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Without ID tags, chip or anyone to claim her, she was eventually fostered through Doggie Protective Services (www.DPSRescue.org) who posted such a sweet bio and photos of Peaches (named by her foster parents), that we fell in love with her instantly and, upon meeting her, immediately knew she’d be a perfect addition to our family.

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She brings us all such joy, travels with us wherever we go and gets more love and kisses daily than any one being could wish for in ten lifetimes.

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Peaches is a Lab mix, a wonderful friend, devoted companion and the most affectionate dog I have ever known. If you ever have the opportunity to meet her, you’ll quickly see what I mean. She truly is a Peach!