Man springs dog, gets collared for two felonies

A Moorhead man who only wanted his dog back now faces two felonies. Police say he broke into an animal hospital and freed the unlicensed pooch rather than pay a $103 fee.
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A Moorhead man who only wanted his dog back now faces two felonies. Police say he broke into an animal hospital and freed the unlicensed pooch rather than pay a $103 fee.

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