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Diana Lepsch holds rescued dog Lucky at the Carrollton Animal Adoption Center. Jae S. Lee Dallas Morning News
Diana Lepsch holds rescued dog Lucky at the Carrollton Animal Adoption Center. Jae S. Lee Dallas Morning News

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