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  • Dog rescued with help of two Kansas City workers

    Eron Dawkins an Animal Health & Public Safety officer and Alan Ashurst a Codes Enforcement Officer talked during a press conference on Wednesday at the KC Animal Shelter about how they recently worked together to rescue a three-year-old pit bull mix that was abandoned. The dog was adopted Wednesday.

Eron Dawkins an Animal Health & Public Safety officer and Alan Ashurst a Codes Enforcement Officer talked during a press conference on Wednesday at the KC Animal Shelter about how they recently worked together to rescue a three-year-old pit bull mix that was abandoned. The dog was adopted Wednesday. Joe Ledford jledford@kcstar.com
Eron Dawkins an Animal Health & Public Safety officer and Alan Ashurst a Codes Enforcement Officer talked during a press conference on Wednesday at the KC Animal Shelter about how they recently worked together to rescue a three-year-old pit bull mix that was abandoned. The dog was adopted Wednesday. Joe Ledford jledford@kcstar.com

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