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Saving Grace: Tasered dog needs a loving family

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SAN DIEGO (CBS 8) - A happy update for the dog that was tasered and maced by El Cajon police last month.

Grace has been living with Rebecca Stevens with the Four Paws rescue group, and she is flourishing.

She has put on weight, loves to run and play, and is especially fond of smaller dogs and people.

"She has taught me a lot. You just can't judge a dog on its first encounter. And if you give them the opportunity to flourish, they'll flourish and more, and she is so loving," Stevens said.

Grace is now looking for a loving family to adopt her.

[If you're interested in adopting Grace, CLICK HERE >>]

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