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Note leads police to 38 starving sled dogs in St. Louis County

A woman left the message -- saying both she and nearly 40 dogs were starving at their home near Orr. Officials say the animals were malnourished and underweight.
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A woman left the message -- saying both she and nearly 40 dogs were starving at their home near Orr. Officials say the animals were malnourished and underweight.

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