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Missing dog bound for Westminster reunited with owner

A 100-pound Bernese mountain dog who strayed from his Bloomington home after a fence was left open is back safe and sound. Delsin beat out 800 other dogs at a Duluth show to qualify for Westminster next month in New York.
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A 100-pound Bernese mountain dog who strayed from his Bloomington home after a fence was left open is back safe and sound. Delsin beat out 800 other dogs at a Duluth show to qualify for Westminster next month in New York.

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