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Unfriendly to strangers Beagle dogs show up in beautiful Joppa

One is belled; both wearing bright orange collars

Maury Lewis writes:
We have two beagle dogs in our front yard that are not friendly to strangers.They run away when I try to look at the collar. One of them has a bell attached to its collar. The collars are bright orange.They were here before we left for church and they left the property. When we got home from church they came back. My number is (270) 384-8890 if someone is looking for them. I live off of Highway 92 on Combest Drive in beautiful Joppa. --Maury Lewis
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This story was posted on 2011-07-03 14:23:51
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