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Family dog nearly dies fighting off knife-weilding burglar

A burglar repeatedly stabbed a St. Paul family's dog in the process of making off with the homeowner's guns, jewelry and electronics. Buster the boxer required $3,000 worth of work to treat his wounds. Buster's family says he may not have stopped the burglary but he did what he could and they're just thankful he's alive.
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A burglar repeatedly stabbed a St. Paul family's dog in the process of making off with the homeowner's guns, jewelry and electronics. Buster the boxer required $3,000 worth of work to treat his wounds. Buster's family says he may not have stopped the burglary but he did what he could and they're just thankful he's alive.

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