Dog left outside is now indoors

A dog in the 100 block of Daggy Street that had been chained up outside has been taken inside the house by the owner, according to a family member who wished to remain anonymous.
The family member said that the owner had been receiving death threats as well as threats to steal the dog after the News-Gazette reported that the village board was taking legal action against the dog’s owner because of its treatment and because of the state of disrepair of the house and buildings on the property. She also said that the owner is living in the home, contrary to neighbors’ assertion that the home is vacant.

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


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