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Has dog pack been stopped?

June 14, 2011

Two dogs suspected of killing and/or injuring around 100 domesticated animals in south Stevens County were shot and killed by property owners last weekend, according to the Stevens County Sheriff’s Office.
The dogs were part of a marauding pack of at least three canines of unknown breeding that were roaming the Bittrich Antler, Scotts Valley Road and Casberg Burroughs Road areas, as well as the 6800 to 7200 block of Highway 291.
According to Stevens County Sheriff Kendle Allen, the dead dogs were identified through photos from a game camera that had been set up at a location of previous attacks where the dogs returned to the farm.
*Read the complete story in the 6-15-2011 edition of the S-E.

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