Shaggy Ann is a dog saved by social media. Patty Hall found out about Shaggy Ann through Facebook and Ustream. She volunteered to help catch her and ultimately was chosen to be the adoptive owner of the dog. Though still wary of people, Shaggy Ann is doing much better and is adjusting to crowds.
Shaggy Ann is a dog saved by social media. Patty Hall found out about Shaggy Ann through Facebook and Ustream. She volunteered to help catch her and ultimately was chosen to be the adoptive owner of the dog. Though still wary of people, Shaggy Ann is doing much better and is adjusting to crowds. tdominick@thestate.com
Shaggy Ann is a dog saved by social media. Patty Hall found out about Shaggy Ann through Facebook and Ustream. She volunteered to help catch her and ultimately was chosen to be the adoptive owner of the dog. Though still wary of people, Shaggy Ann is doing much better and is adjusting to crowds. tdominick@thestate.com

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