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Retired Chicago Cop to Get His Service Dog Back, For Now

An Iowa judge ruled that Jim Sak may keep his service dog Snickers, a pitbull mix, while an ongoing lawsuit between Sak and the town of Aurelia, IA works its way through the courts. [ more › ]
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