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Denver pit bull ban draws dog lovers' ire

Protesters smuggle canines to safety

By Jeff Kass
Globe Correspondent / July 6, 2005

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DENVER -- Within the last month, more than 200 pit bulls have been plucked from the municipal animal shelter and euthanized as the city cracks down on the sometimes-dangerous breed. That has sparked a petition drive to overturn the pit bull ban and fueled a sort of canine underground railroad in which dog lovers secretly ferry the outlawed animals out ... (Full article: 975 words)

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