Features April 2014 Issue

How to Catch a Dog on the Loose

How to Catch a Dog on the Loose

Catching a dog who’s on the loose is an art form all its own.

Generations ago, the assumption was that Lassies just simply came home. They may have meandered, they may have wandered, but for the most part, a dog on the loose wasn’t something anyone batted an eye at.

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