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Reba from Aruba

An island dog finds a home in A2

From the October, 2011 issue

Last spring, Jennifer Vangelatos took her kids and her dad to Aruba. One of the wild dogs that roam the island's streets quickly adopted them--sitting on the porch chairs, eating cookout scraps, even running with the family joggers. But they had no intention of making the relationship permanent--until, a few days before they were scheduled to fly home, she came out of the weeds, in Jennifer's words, "bloody and torn to the bone."

 
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