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Dodging Dogfights

 

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I really hope that there will come a day when people -- even in the United States and even in an allegedly liberal and self-acclaimed tolerant town like Ann Arbor -- will treat their animals as their equals and not feel compelled to hide them in public on account of outdated concepts that have ruled these animals' lives for far too long. For there are no bad dogs, only bad owners. And lest you dismiss my views as that of a radical animal rights person and/or PETA member, I am neither.

Sincerely

Kiki Markovits

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