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Red Bloodhound is threat to chickens; needs to go home

Otherwise it could be doomed to the pound

Shirley Jones writes:
A Red Bloodhound with blue collar has shown up at my home at 979 White Oak Church RD, in Adair County, KY. If it is your dog, you need to come get it and put it up, if you live in the area. It does not like my chickens. I do not want my chickens destroyed by a dog. It will be taken to the shelter if continues to hang out at my place. Shirley Jones




This story was posted on 2011-04-03 05:08:05
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