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No harm, why the foul on three-dog night?

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An unclothed human couldn’t survive a night in sub-freezing temperatures, but a thick-furred dog that is acclimated to living outdoors obviously can, as Herbert Weich’s border collies proved overnight Monday, when the mercury in Sprakers dipped to 5 degrees. Weich, and state police who visited his outdoor breeding kennel in response to a citizen complaint New Year’s Eve but felt nothing amiss, were vindicated when the dogs survived another frigid night Monday. This came after ...


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wmarincic
January 11, 2014
9:49 a.m.

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Just because they survived does not mean they were not suffering. Close all puppy mills. Don't shop, adopt.....

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