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Dog found in White Road area is home with family tonight

Cindy Smith writes:
The little dog which was found in a field on White Oak Road is back home with its family tonight!

Thanks!!! CINDY SMITH
About: (Happy Reunion) Lost dog in White Oak Road area looking for its family




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(Happy Reunion) Lost dog in White Oak Road area looking for its family



2015-10-31 - White Oak Road area, East Adair Co., KY - Photo by Cindy Smith. Cindy Smith writes:
Found this dog this morning in a field on White Oak Church Road in Eastern Adair County. Trying to find its owner. The dog is very sweet and well groomed so I'm sure he's someone's pet. Contact 270-634-1236 - Cindy Smith
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