Dog bite story update—Vicious attack leads to questions for county

  • [photo by Patric Hedlund, The Mountain Enterprise]

    [photo by Patric Hedlund, The Mountain Enterprise]

By Patric Hedlulnd, TME • Part Two

Neil Conway came to Pine Mountain Club two years ago. His goal was to heal after a surgery that removed an aggressive, benign tumor in his head. He is a computer programmer with two cats and two dogs—rescue animals. One dog was new to the troop, bringing with it some unexpected…(please see below to view full stories and photographs)

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Neil Conway

This flyer was created by neighbor Wes Rogers. He said he planned to distribute it on August 30 if both dogs are not taken by county officials. One dog has been surrendered.

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