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Mon, Apr 1 | By Kerri Fivecoat-Campbell for Pet360.com | 2

If no good deed goes unpunished, then Maria Sanchez has had enough punishment for her good deed to last a lifetime. Many people saw the above photo that originated on Sanchez’s Facebook page earlier this month. At the time it was thoug… more ›

Man Threatens to Sue Photographer Who Helped Get His Dog Back
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Bonnie  M.
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Bonnie M.
1 year ago

It is true that no good deed goes unpunished. Some people can only think of themselves. Makes you wonder why he ever had a dog in the first place.

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Ches21
1 year ago

This story has been on zootoo before it is a good story happy and sad at the same time the dog being a pittbull would have had some issues with finding a home if no one had found him for his owner I would be so happy with the photographer for finding my dog for me and taking the photo's helping me pay to get back my dog they are members of the family it is kinda stupid that this man wants to sue the woman who helped to save his dog as for the dog known as Opie any dog who is that small and that over weight is gonna attract tons of attention just walking out the door with every by stander in town seeing the dog, If you ask me the foster mom of Opie is not at fault it is some random person that probably wanted to cause some trouble, also as for that other pitt bull you never know who started it all the dog could have been spooked or the horse could have been spooked the dog may or may not have been mistreated by the owner there are just some things we will never know.

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