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Chris Gatsios with her five-year-old black lab Bella at her home Thursday, in Canal Fulton. Bella is recovering from a possible new virus strain that nearly killed her and has killed three dogs in Cincinnati. (Karen Schiely/Akron Beacon Journal)
Bella a five-year-old black lab owned by Chris Gatsioss, from Canal Fulton, is recovering from a possible new virus strain that nearly killed her and has killed three dogs in Cincinnati. (Karen Schiely/Akron Beacon Journal)
From the porch behind my uncle’s house, I watched my dad shoot a silver handgun at a makeshift target. The series of bullets scattered wood debris as they struck the base of an old oak at the forest’s edge.