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RESCUE: Local family rescues neglected dog

October 5, 2013

COLUMBIA CITY — A local family rescued a dog this past summer and now hopes he can find a good home.

Cassie Bilderback, of Columbia City, said she and her daughters were given a Labrador-Retriever mixed-breed male about four months ago. At the time, he weighed only 40 pounds, had untrimmed nails and a rubbed-down, raw nose.

“He had to be trained to use the restroom outside,” Bilderback said. “He needed constant care because he was so sick.”

Now up to a healthy weight, the dog, who was dubbed Grizzly by the Bilderback family, now needs a home.

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