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As promised, this is part III of a series about dogs and their owners, one of the owners being me. 

As I mentioned in Part I, my dog was bitten in the face by an off-leash dog in a state park not far from where I live. Our shepherd-chow mix had three puncture wounds, two of which had to be repaired with staples. I wrote a column in our area newspaper, discussing the many dangers of having a dog run off-leash—dangers to dogs and people, including children, who may be in the vicinity.

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