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Sunday, March 3
The Indiana Daily Student

Dolly, a two-year-old pit bull, sits in the yard of the Bloomington Animal Shelter on Wednesday afternoon. Mutts that are actually a blend of lots of dog breeds are frequently mistaken for pit bulls, even though they might not have any pit bull genetic markers, Animal Shelter Director Virgil Sauder said. Emily Eckelbarger

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Dolly, a two-year-old pit bull, sits in the yard of the Bloomington Animal Shelter on Wednesday afternoon. Mutts that are actually a blend of lots of dog breeds are frequently mistaken for pit bulls, even though they might not have any pit bull genetic markers, Animal Shelter Director Virgil Sauder said.