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Update on Beagle found at Lindsey Wilson

Jayne Hopkins writes:
I work at LWC and I have taken the beagle to my home to cool off and eat. If you are missing your beagle or if no one claims him and you would like to adopt him (he's a puppy still, but doesn't have much growing to do. He's very friendly - to humans and dogs - and smart), please contact me as soon as possible. He will probably be brought to Peg at Sugarfoot Farm if he is not claimed or adopted in the next couple of days. Thank you! - Jayne Hopkins,
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Beagle shows up at Lindsey Wilson

2011-07-26 - Photo by Mike Guteliuis.
This Beagle Mix was wandering the A.P. White campus this morning, July 26, 2011.He was extremely friendly, but very hot. I hope that he will be found soon by his owner since he seems in no hurry to leave Lindsey Wilson ST. -Mike Gutelius, Defensive Coordinator, Lindsey Wilson College

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