A letter writer says the way to keep people and dogs safe in Sacramento is to evenly enforce leash and licensing laws and to respond promptly to concerns about potentially dangerous dogs in our midst – wherever they live and whoever they belong to.
A letter writer says the way to keep people and dogs safe in Sacramento is to evenly enforce leash and licensing laws and to respond promptly to concerns about potentially dangerous dogs in our midst – wherever they live and whoever they belong to. Susan Pfannmuller Special to The Star Classified
A letter writer says the way to keep people and dogs safe in Sacramento is to evenly enforce leash and licensing laws and to respond promptly to concerns about potentially dangerous dogs in our midst – wherever they live and whoever they belong to. Susan Pfannmuller Special to The Star Classified

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