Animals: Dog Racket

The American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals last week warned U. S. citizens to be careful in their dog buying. Smart, shorthaired, clip-eared brown dogs if not purchased at reputable pet shops, may turn into long-haired, white dogs when taken home. Dogs with becoming black spots may lose them in their first bath. A. S. P. C. A. officials advised dog owners to report all curious happenings at once. Such dogs are probably stolen pets, victims of an organized body of dog racketeers.

Scouts of the dog racket work in wealthy...

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