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Police in Nova Scotia investigating after dog shot and killed

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2:35Haliburton Highlands OPP investigating the shooting of two dogs

Two dogs, a three-month-old puppy and her mother, were shot and killed in Haliburton back in October. A suspect has still not yet been identified but there has been a lot of public outcry because of the incident. Tricia Mason was able to connect with the OPP, who are investigating the situation. – Nov 10, 2021

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