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Animal activists want border collies in Sprakers moved out of cold

Animal rights lawyer Richard Rosenthal speaks to the press in court Monday afternoon.
Animal rights lawyer Richard Rosenthal speaks to the press in court Monday afternoon.
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Two animal rights lawyers from opposite corners of the state drove to state Supreme Court in Montgomery County on Monday in an end-run effort to get 66 border collies indoors before the predicted return of subzero temperatures. Richard Rosenthal of Queens and Matthew Albert of Buffalo both work with the Lexus Project, a dog rights group. They came to Montgomery County following a social media outcry over living conditions at the Flat Creek Border Collies ...

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memny
January 7, 2014
9:06 a.m.

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I will never understand how or why these things are allowed to happen. No animal should be left outside in these temps but I do think the Weichs' should be left outside so they can see how it feels. I'll even bring them warm water!

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