Shelter woes spur demand for pet laws

Eight puppies and their mother were abandoned between Wynona and Pawhuska last week. Photo by Louise Red Corn/Bigheart Times

Eight puppies and their mother were abandoned between Wynona and Pawhuska last week. Photo by Louise Red Corn/Bigheart Times

For as long as anyone can remember, the abandoned and unwanted four-legged beasts of Osage County have found shelter with privately-funded do-gooders. And often with poor success, as evidenced by 7th Hope Animal Rescue in Barnsdall, which was the subject of news stories last week after one of the shelter’s dogs,

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