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Loose dog should have an ID tag

Loose dog should have an ID tag

If I knew who you are I could call you or write you directly. But I know you only as the owner of the young male dog that has been running free on and around Polaris Drive for several weeks now. He’s a nice boy, mid-sized, pretty red coat, probably a lab or golden mix. I usually see him in a pack with a couple of others. They make the rounds of the neighborhood, and I’ve also seen them on the Quail Valley Golf Course.

You obviously care about this dog; he’s neutered and looks well-fed and healthy. But evidently you don’t care enough to keep him safe and secure in a fenced yard. This morning he was so eager to come over and sniff my leashed dog, he crossed the road directly in front of a truck.

Please, at least care enough about him to give him an ID tag, so we’ll know where he lives when we find him injured or dead by the side of the road.

Barbara Willcox

Grass Valley

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