Too many dogs |

Too many dogs

Dear Editor:

I was saddened to read the Krabloonik articles in the Thursday papers. While the vets apparently did not find any serious health problems, the fact that there are now 294 dogs, instead of the previously reported 260, is shocking.

Does MacEachen not even know how many dogs he has, or were the numbers misrepresented? Either way, it is horrifying to see the dog population this out of control at Krabloonik. Am I the only one who sees a problem with this?

Norma Wilhelm

Snowmass Village

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