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Hard to say. Depends on the dog's temperament. Might take some time to earn its trust and to find out what actions it now perceives as threatening. You have to expect the dog has developed some quirks after such a bad experience with people. I had an American Eskimo (Spitz) that would not tolerate anyone wearing a ballcap. Later I learned the hired handyman that fed the puppies where I bought the dog, would beat them ... he wore a ballcap. However, the best dog my Uncle Ivan ever had was a little dachshund that had been abused, beaten, had a broken jaw and missing teeth, covered with tumors, mal-nutritioned, and abandoned in the Nevada desert. When he found the dog, it was too weak to stand, dying of thirst, laying on a dirt road to Ruby Valley. That dog was the friendliest dog imaginable, the dog and my Uncle were inseparable. It rode the Nevada Fish & Game trucks and became an unofficial mascot. Everyone fell in love with that little dog.
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