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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.

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Why not?

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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