Nine-week-old puppy Debra, held by co-raiser Judy Logan, gives her other co-raiser, Dale Sera, a kiss just minutes after meeting them for the first time.
Nine-week-old puppy Debra, held by co-raiser Judy Logan, gives her other co-raiser, Dale Sera, a kiss just minutes after meeting them for the first time. Farin Montañez/The Clovis Independent
Nine-week-old puppy Debra, held by co-raiser Judy Logan, gives her other co-raiser, Dale Sera, a kiss just minutes after meeting them for the first time. Farin Montañez/The Clovis Independent

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