Alleged neglect to spur legal action

The village has decided to take legal action against the owners of a property in the 100 block of Daggy Street that is in disrepair and is home to a dog that is allegedly being neglected.
Tolono resident Kim Robinson, a volunteer with Mobile Mutts Rescue, an organization that transports dogs from high-kill shelters to foster homes, was called to check on the dog after the owners apparently vacated the home and left it chained up outside in the elements. She said that when she initially saw the dog, the owners had left it with enough food for a few days but that its water was frozen.

Read the full story in the Feb. 16 issue of The County Star.

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