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Dog tales from PETSinc

The no-kill animal shelter in West Columbia hosts 30-50 animals each month that are waiting for forever homes. People interested in adoption should contact PETSinc at (803) 739-9333 or go to www.petsinc.org. Here are the stories of a few of the dogs that are up for adoption.
Susan Ardis smardis@thestate.com
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