Luhm: Canada doesn’t want pitcher Buehrle’s pit bull
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This time, such a relatively simply option is not available.
Fortunately, the commitment Mark Buehrle and his wife have shown to their dogs in the past will prevail again.
After all, Sporting News columnist David Whitley reports Slater is so gentle he has been trained as a therapy dog for sick children and the elderly.
He’s clearly being shunned because of what he is, not who he is.
And that’s a doggone shame.
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