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Terminal Cancer Dog, In-N-Out, That's What Life and a Hamburger are All About

It'll make you cry but it's also loving and sweet... a dog with terminal cancer gets what most canines and humans say is one of life's great pleasures -- an In-N-Out burger. Maddie the lab is 13-and-a-half and was just diagnosed with a rare form…
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