Groups offer help for dogs

Groups offer help for dogs

There are 1 comment on the Winston-Salem Journal story from Apr 17, 2010, titled Groups offer help for dogs. In it, Winston-Salem Journal reports that:

Two Forsyth County animal-welfare organizations are joining forces to raise $30,000 to help low-income dog owners put their dogs in fences rather than keep them chained.

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Dean

Miami, FL

#1 Apr 18, 2010
Great idea

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