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Fence keeps her dog in, other dogs out
'Far too many loose dogs running, especially out in the country areas'
Tammy Kingsmore writes:
Terribly sad ending. A great reason for having backyards to keep your dogs in and other dogs out. Common sense, people. Everyone laughed at us for putting a fence up around our property, but fortunately we never had this happen. There are way too many loose dogs running, especially out in the country areas. -Tammy KingsmoreComments above re article 44487" Sad ending to the story of Jamie, dog lost in The Flatwoods
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