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Doggy doors can let more than pets in

A 4-year-old Rottweiler mix, uses the doggy door at her home in Covington, Wash. Surveillance cameras are used to watch whoever comes or goes through the doggy door, as households have been surprised by burglars or wild animals, such as a 7-foot alligator that came into a Florida residence in April 2011.
A 4-year-old Rottweiler mix, uses the doggy door at her home in Covington, Wash. Surveillance cameras are used to watch whoever comes or goes through the doggy door, as households have been surprised by burglars or wild animals, such as a 7-foot alligator that came into a Florida residence in April 2011.
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LOS ANGELES — A burglar will use any open door — front, back, side, garage or doggy. Deanna Souza was sleeping in her Northern California home when her doorbell rang. Zoe, her 4-pound Yorkie, started barking. The bell rang again. Zoe was making such a fuss that Souza went to see who was there. Through her blinds, she saw a woman heading for the backyard while putting on rubber gloves. When the doggy door in ...

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