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Rescued dogs wait for new homes

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The Gray Hawk Veterinary Clinic is caring for about 20 dogs rescued from the Animal Assist shelter in Sand Springs on March 11. Eighty-six dogs and a cat were rescued; about 60 dogs and the cat have been adopted. More coverage here. Photos by Mark Cornelison.

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3 Responses to “Rescued dogs wait for new homes”
  1. Nancy Ferguson says:

    I am very proud of our daughter, Sherri Brewer, from Booneville for the times she has helped in your kennel. I can’t wait to see our new grand-dog “Scamp”! Of course, she has e-mailed a picture of her new baby! Nanci Ferguson

  2. Blogs says:

    I’d remembered two pets, in particular, who had brought job and love to my ill parents.
    Pets wail, soil themselves and their environment, stink, and severely disrupt the lives of their owners.
    Otherwise, they are cuddly cats, curly dogs, cute
    monkeys.

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