How one old dog named Sally led to more than 50 senior dogs finding their forever home | ABC News

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It started with an old dog named Sally.

She was a very old dog that was left at an animal shelter in Clontarf, north of Brisbane.

Sally didn’t have much time left, so the shelter manager picked up the phone asked Karen and Jamie Goullet for help.

And soon, Sally had a home for the rest of her life.

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