Monday, February 8, 2016

The pipsqueak and the pitty: A warden's rescue tale

Being a Pennsylvania state dog warden can be a thankless job. Long hours in the truck. Long hours in the courtroom. Hostile kennel owners. Public criticism.

The pipsqueak and the pitty: A warden's rescue tale

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Being a Pennsylvania state dog warden can be a thankless job. Long hours in the truck. Long hours in the courtroom. Hostile kennel owners. Public criticism.

Unfortunately, we don't often hear of their good works. So, bravo to warden Steven Stoehr of Allegheny County for rescuing a stray pit bull and his tiny guardian and most of all, for sharing his story.

Here it is courtesy of My Pet Rescue blog:

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