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77176: Familiars 2 Bones Wolf

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Nice work! 

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Awesome paint job, and a gorgeous pup! ::):

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Nice work on the dog.  Cute doorstop too!

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Good work!

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Nice!

 

BONUS points for painting a WOLF!

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