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Even though CHAS had a camera, they could not see who was responsible for chaining the dog to the fence. If found, Sverchek said it had every intention of bringing criminal charges against them for neglect and cruel treatment of animals. “I think these laws have a reason and they need to be implemented,” Svrcek said. “One simple phone call is enough. We will help in any way we can, but it is never acceptable to leave a dog in such a condition.
Charles Perry, who lost his dog Benji last month in Texas, is still looking for a companion, but a friend is helping him cope during that time. Crane’s neighbors helped friend Rebecca Barbee adopt a new dog for Perry that they hope will help fill in the It’s Not Dog Hair It’s Great Pyrenees Glitter limited Shirt void left by Benji. Oh, that’s awful. It just hurts my heart, you know? I said to him, I said, “You’re leading this dog. You can still look for Benji, but I want you to have a companion,” said Barbee.
Some great news for dog owners. Eagle City has a dog park. Eagle Chamber of Commerce says people living in Eagle have asked for a dog park for many years. They added the city is working with PetIQ to create a dog park that will span nearly three acres. They say it will also include large and small dog sheds. The new dog park will have large and small barns. Expected to be completed this April.
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