SAN MATEO (CBS SF) — Police officers shot and killed two boxer-type dogs that were threatening people at a San Mateo park, according to authorities.

Police responded to a report of two vicious dogs at Laurie Meadows Park around 4:20 p.m. Monday. The dogs apparently knocked down a young girl near a number of small children who were playing soccer.

San Mateo police Sgt. Dave Norris said the dogs approached the officers in a threatening manner.

Police opened fire after unsuccessfully trying to subdue them with a stun gun. Norris said one dog died at the scene. The other was taken to the Peninsula Humane Society, where it died Tuesday.

Norris said the dogs’ owner was not at the park at the time. The family, which lives nearby, said it appears that someone left the gate open at their home.

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Comments (82)
  1. Jim says:

    Dogs should have been in their yard.
    Bad thing is, probably going to cost San Mateo a bunch of money. Too bad.

    1. Will says:

      They cops were protecting children playing in the park. If they were bothering the kids (which is why the cops were there in the first place) then shooting the dogs was justified.

      I love dogs with a passion, but love humans even more.

  2. smketr says:

    Good job San Mateo PD! Thank you for protecting our children and our loved ones from harm every day.

    1. Mark Worrell says:

      If harm ever comes your way and hopefully not those morons will be drag racing down el camino or shooting a couple of pets who to date still have harmed no one.

      1. amused bystander says:

        Would you like a comma?

      2. Reality Check says:

        Hey Mark, the dogs knocked over a girl and attacked her dog. Do you want them to wait for them to attack someone before putting them down? Dog bites can cause severe damage, including nerve damage. But then I guess you’d rather someone end up crippled than two dogs get shot. Guess what there are more dogs down at the shelter that need a good home. Dogs behave differently when there are more than one and since they were routinely walked at that park, they very well may have viewed the park as their territory. Dogs do become very aggressive when defending THEIR territory. The PD did what they needed to do.

    2. Gianna Figone says:

      Fyi I was there San Mateo PD were protecting no one. Large PAY DAY

    3. Dwong says:

      It is great to hear that the police opened fire in a park, for the incident will be a great learning experience for the children and parents who were in attendance.
      Moreover it was not the first time the dogs had visited the park, but it was the first time they were unattended. As a tax payer it excites me to know that the police are aware of neighborhood dogs and the people that reside within the neighborhood.
      On a side note if I was the Police Department Media Coordinator I would make sure that the media used terms like vicious and threatening instead of playful and excited.
      At least San Mateo can afford an animal control department.

  3. Lee says:

    Where was/were the dogs’ owner or owners?! Why were the dogs loose? I’m sorry one died and hope the other will be ok. I’m a dog lover but the police did what they had to do. They were protecting the children and themselves. Dogs that size can do a lot of damage.

    1. CJ says:

      The owners live nearby. Said someone left the gate open. The other dog died at the Peninsula Humane Society. Read the whole story.

  4. jp says:

    I love dogs, too, but we have a leash law to keep dogs and people safe. I would rather loose a dog than a cop. There’s no excuse for negligence. We don’t need another dangerous dog mauling people.

  5. Phamster says:

    They say it was a boxer type dog, yet they post a picture of a pitbull. Thanks for the fear mongering cbs.

    1. dogbreedinfo says:

      I get your point, but those are boxers in the photos. Here are more pictures of boxers if you want to compare:

  6. Mark Worrell says:

    Are you people that pathetic that you cant chase off a dog? They apparantly were able to keep them at bay!!!!.. No one was hurt!! Over exuburance from a dog is no big deal chase them off like they did untill police arrived { which we KNOW didnt happen very fast} or contain them untill ASPC arrives. How about some pepper spray or a broom??Pepper spray saved a man from a grizzly bear last week in yellowstone!!! An old lady with a broom how about that for a solution!!?? . The problem here is apparant. A bunch of ignorant lying hypemongering over emotional hatefull souless indignant as a way of life savages and a militant third world country mentality in the NEW police dept created a perfect storm of ignorance..And someones pets were killed ..Go ahead and tell yourselves someones life was in danger ..if they were a danger they would have attacked long before the savages who spend all night driving a hundred and fifty mph down their personal speedway el camino showed up ..everyone involved in this is a pathetic excuse for a rational human being… And another shining example of the third world decision making by the savages that wear a badge..My Dad was a city police officer and my uncle was a sheriff but the police force has changed due to hiring practices and is now becoming more and more of a corrupt third world gestapo force of IGNORANT SAVAGES WITH ZERO INTEGRITY INCAPABLE OF HANDELING THE RESPONSIBILTY THAT COMES WITH THE JOB..NOR THE IQ TO HANDLE THE JOB!!!

    1. Sandra says:

      ya, i think that’s where the owner should’ve stepped up and said something or tried to intervene. owners fault!

      1. Sabrina V. says:

        Do you know how the owner found out!???? She found out by seeing all the cop cars! She treated those dogs like people. To her they were her two youngest children. First is Paul torres her oldest son, then Cheyenne her 13 year old, then her 6 year old diego, and finally Jordan and Bella(the dogs). She loved those dogs so much. It wasn’t her fault, don’t blame her, it was an accident.

    2. Human Beast says:

      Heck with the damn dog, I would love to hear what you have to say if that dog had mauled a child, your story would change dramatically, probably blame the savage owners huh, a dog is a beast, always will be regardless of how domesticated you think they can be. A beast is a beast, and son, we are the top damn beasts.

    3. Southbay says:

      Sounds like you’d have a beef with the police no matter what they did. If they hadn’t shot the dogs, and the dogs bit someone, you’d be complaining that they hadn’t done their jobs. There’s no reasoning with an individual such as yourself. You only see what you want to and ignore reality.

    4. amused bystander says:

      You are truly an idiot.

    5. Darwin says:

      Yeah, cause back in the day, Mark’s dad and uncle could put the beat down on someone for no reason at all. If you think things are bad now you should try talking to some old time cops and the a$$ whoopin’ they used to put on people. It makes cops today look tame. Mark you are a fool. Please blow your nose with a shotgun.

      1. troy says:

        “Darwin”-Your comment is an ignorant one and you are the fool… I know 2 people who were there with their children and the story has been fabricated to protect the decisions of the SMPD. There was no need to shoot the dogs and ever think of how traumatic it was for the children too see officers shoot 2 family pets? One of the children asked her mother if that would happen if they brought their dog to the park?

      2. Darwin says:

        Good for you Troy. Kids need to get a better idea of where food comes from and getting to see life in action first hand should be used as a learning experience. Kids are far too sheltered today. And mommy should have told the child that “No, because we bring our dogs to the park on a leash. Those two dogs were unattended and posed a risk to everyone because they might bite people or kids.” Please refute the 9-1-1 call that prompted this, including the dogs knocking down a girl and attacking their dog. Think how that little girl felt watching her pet get mauled by these two rampaging dogs. You’re a moron Troy, you need to go blow your nose with a shotgun too.

    6. leo lima says:

      MR MARK WORRELL. YOU THE IGNORANT HERE HERE I AM THE FATHER OF THE GIRL THE WAS INVOLVE IN ALL THIS do you have any ideia to have a 2 big dogs trying to hurting YOUR GIRL! YOU have NO CLUE the way i fell and do have any ideia to have a 70 pound dog junp in to your chest an try your to have your face into hes mouth I DID. PLEASE DONT BE. igonorant your self

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    7. Cobra says:

      A rational human being would conclude any danger to a child is not worth the risk. If I arrived on the scene and saw two large dogs acting in anything other than a tail-wagging manner, I would conclude the humans must be protected first.

  7. John John G says:

    I am very often attacked by off leash dogs in San Mateo parks. This is a huge problem. Dogs are the biggest danger for humans these days. I am glad that police took care of these two.

  8. Leeland says:

    Boxers are small to medium dogs that aren’t threatening. No reason to kill them. Mark is correct. They could’ve been contained and the SPCA contacted for a completely different outcome, with the owner possibly held responsible and fined. If the San Mateo police are afraid of a couple of “BOXERS”, then they need to be sent back to police cadet training for a “RE-DO”.

    1. Darwin says:

      Pit bulls are also small to medium size dogs and have enlarged heads as do boxers. They also have larger muscles attached to their skull, which allow for a much more powerful bite. I guess you would suggest that any small-medium dog can be easily contained. Have you ever tried “containing” a dog, especially in a park or are you just really stupid? Why don’t you go become an officer if you believe their job is so easy and you could do it better?

      1. Leeland says:

        Darwin, a boxer does not make a pitbull. idjet. Are you related to Michael Vick?

      2. My Experience says:

        I have tried to contain a dog that was larger than Jordan. It was quite easy. It was a pit mix that was trying to pick a fight with a boxer.
        Pit bulls have a distinct triangular shape to their heads, where Boxer heads are square. Having met these dogs, I can say without doubt or hesitation that these two were Boxers.

    2. Darwin says:

      Leeland you are a low grade moron and a racist. No, I’m white, but thanks for asking. Apparently you are not able to comprehend what you read. Time to head to night school.

  9. Choice says:

    I have owned and dog sat many different breeds of dogs in my life and have loved each one of them. But now with all the hassle of dog ownership and possible lawsuits or having to put a dog down.
    I think I will settle for owing one adorable cat and call him Dog.

  10. JD says:

    I also reported these same 2 dogs back in July to the Humane Society, but got no response. These are half-Pit, half boxer.They had previously had a pitbull
    that attacked 2 cops and mailman on 3 seperate incidents. Many criminal activities at the house, but cops don’t do anything, it’s good work for them.

    1. Moock says:

      Interesting. They said these dogs had never gotten out before. Hmmm. Who should we believe?

    2. Cecilia Parker says:

      I hope this is true! Because if you mix Pit Bull with any other breed you end up with a potentially dangerous animal according to the statistics kept by the government on human fatalities caused by various breeds of dogs. Pit Bulls are the most dangerous and cause the most deaths with a close second by Rottweilers. Boxers are way, way down the list near after Golden Retrievers!

      The media is calling them purebred Boxers which to a person who knows and loves this breed, is a frightening thought.

      Can you fill us in on more details about these two dogs? Thanks! –Cece

    3. Are You Kidding Me? says:

      I can only guess that you are talking about two different dogs, because these two were show-worthy boxers.

  11. Juck K. says:

    What an outrage! Is this what has become of our society – shoot first then ask questions later? Where were the Dog Negotiators? I’m sure when PETA hears about this crime they’ll give the San Mateo PD the funding they need to bring in some smart animal psychologists to make sure this never happens again. We really need to get our priorities straight here if we expect to be number one in the world again:
    (1) Protect our cats and dogs from the police (Pending).
    (2) Repeal “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” (Done!).
    (3) Give chickens, cows, and other animals that we eat decent living environments before we eat them (Pending).
    (4) Locate people who don’t want to work for a living and give them money (Almost Done). And lastly,
    (5) Reduce the unemployment rate.

  12. Moock says:

    As horrible as it is, sometimes the police are required to shoot dogs in the interest of public safety.

    People, make sure your dogs are SECURED in your house or yard. If you can’t do that, you shouldn’t have a dog.

  13. Joe says:

    Good job PD, I am all for it. Those kinds of animals are large and capable of some serious damage on anyone, imagine what they can do to a senior or a 4 year old child. Personally I’d rather deal with an animal like that killed than live with guilt of it maiming or killing a helpless child.

  14. Denise Annette Profumo says:

    All I can say is that NO ONE should have to Shoot anyones dog for any reason… What if it was a child was running around crazy would you shoot a child… I feel those dogs should have had been treated the same way… I wish I could have been there to get those dogs.. Those cops need to get there act together… Maybe eatting less fatty foods and losing weight would have helped.. they were probably too lazy to run after them so they pulled out a gun instead!!! WOW…

    1. Darwin says:

      Wow, your post really goes a long way in showing just how monumentally stupid you are. The cops could have been Olympic class runners and there is no way for them to keep up with even the slowest of breeds. If it was a child running around crazy the parents in most case are also too stupid to deal with the child so they do call the police.

  15. A Tragedy From Any Angle. says:

    First, let me say that I am glad I live in a community where the police actually respond to 911 calls.

    That being said, I think it might behoove the department to do some training on animal behavior, and what ‘vicious’ or ‘aggressive’ behavior actually looks like in an open space like the park.

    I wasn’t present when this happened, and if indeed some force was able to get these two normally friendly pups into a state that truly posed a danger, then I can understand the actions taken. If,however, they died just because the officers didn’t feel like waiting around for 20 mins for animal control or because they were disrupting a soccer game, I wonder what other short-cuts have brought grief and pain to families in the community.

    If anyone has video, please upload and paste a link. I’d very much like to see it, just for my own peace of mind.

    Boxers are not aggressive by nature, and I know these two were only trained to be playful. The breed may be enthusiastic at times but that’s because they love everybody and want them to join in.

    I’m afraid if by accident my puppy (who I consider a member of my family) accidentally wandered off, would it be killed because it went to the nearest open field to play?

    If these two dogs, just being themselves is considered enough to justify deadly force, I’m forced to question how safe I am as a human. This event makes me want to avoid sporting events for fear that I might cheer to enthusiastically, and slap my neighbor on the back, and get reported as a crazy man assaulting random innocent bystanders – like that’s all that it would take for me to find myself surrounded by unfriendly muzzles. Is using the word ‘crazy’ (‘vicious’, ‘aggressive’) all it would take? I certainly hope not, but it seems that the (im)proper use of certain adjectives are all it takes to justify pretty much anything.

    I knew these two dogs, and I am in utter disbelief that any of their actions could be taken as aggressive. When I first heard about this, someone asked me if I though it could have been Bella and Jordan, and I responded, “no”, unless you take the word ‘vicious’ in the description and replace it with ‘affectionate’, and knowing these to, I’d have to say by ‘mauled’, one could only mean ‘repeatedly licked’.

    As for the claim that they attacked a smaller dog, REALLY? Was the dog bleeding? Did it need stitches? If a dog really “attacked” another dog, there wouldn’t be any doubt. I’d bet they were trying to play, and didn’t know their own strength, and knocked the little dog over.

    Having read the bulletin last night, and these comments today, I find myself afraid for my own safety and that of my family. Not from dogs, but from ignorance (not to mention the discharge of firearms down the street from my home). Afraid to live in a community that is so frightened and dramatic that this could happen – where a fearful person with control issues decided to to lash out at two anonymous puppies (probably because dogs can’t sue for libel).

    As for the value of life, these two sweethearts were of a higher caliber of being, consciousness, kindness and love than many humans that I have met. I only wish I could have been at the park, so a familiar face could call them over to get smothered by kisses before this got out of hand.

    1. AR says:

      Well said. You’re a rare breed of person — an intelligent, compassionate one. Clearly you’ve been learning from the dogs. I wish more of us would learn from them.

      1. Reality Check says:

        The major mistake people make is forgetting that we too are animals and are subject to the same drives they possess. People like to think we are enlightened simply because we have more reasoning capacity than do animals. That’s when we get into trouble.

    2. leo lima says:

      dont be so ignorant you dint see any thing and start to say a lot bulll….I WAS there and my dougther was the girl who was involve in all this come on you talk a lot of chit because no dougther of yours was there my was and also i got lock because one dog junp on my chest to get my face and i US faster and he dint had any lock please find other things to do you dont know what are you talkig about so you know iam so glade to have a police afficers working for us.

      1. Shar says:

        Learn how to spell you idiot!!!

  16. Hector says:

    It’s so upsetting americans acts this way. Ignorance is bliss…enough said. I hope heaven exists for jordan and bella. At the end of the day, dogs will always be dogs, they cannot fend for themselves, survive, or act accordingly without responsible owners.

  17. anon says:

    Looking at the situation here on Earth quite objectively, dogs are actually BETTER than humans. Not equal – better. They’re better than us at everything. Kinder, gentler, more loyal, happier, more understanding. They even make the best cops and the bravest soldiers in the armed forces. Given that, it’s really interesting to see people act as if shooting them down if they run loose is perfectly normal.

    If two hyperactive teenagers were running around, knocking into people but not really seriously harming anyone, would you shoot them down? No. You’d keep on working to subdue them. And if you couldn’t subdue them, you’d find someone who could. You’d never consider firing your weapon, unless you were a particularly murderous person who saw a great opportunity to get some real life target practice with no consequences.

  18. Sar says:

    I was at this very park with my dog at the same time this was all happening and I NEVER once heard any yelling or any upset at all. I had my dog off leash playing for 45 minutes and never encountered any crazed dogs. I even stopped and watched the kids playing soccer and saw no crazed dogs or any adults or children running for their safety. Of course the dogs were aggressive, they were TAZED! There wasn’t anyone that was harmed or bitten, I’m sure animal control could have handled this situation without killing two dogs that hadn’t harmed anyone. Are people just going to start shooting dogs because they are loose?

  19. Sar says:

    Rd- I have lived in this neighborhood for almost 3 years and frequent the park almost everyday. I have never seen these dogs running lose or even with an owner. Who cares if the owner has a criminal record, unless it’s for dog fighting, does that realky make a difference on the dogs’ behavior? Sounds like you have a problem with the owner and are making things up to make yourself feel better. I have a dog that is like my daughter and I take her to the park very often, all times of day. I have never felt in any situation that her or I was in danger from a leashed dog or an unleashed dog in the Laurie Meadows Park.

  20. Kojack says:

    I wonder if the cops will get medals and have a big hero ceramony

  21. Ted says:

    Why the officers did not use mace or pepper spray? That is part of their gear, would have been better instead of shooting the dogs.

  22. Colombo says:

    Why didn’t they use common sense?…Oh wait they are cops…never mind

  23. Samantha says:

    Reality Check! where does it say they attacked the girls dog? boxers are nice dogs i own 4 of them and people need to educate their kids to not shreek and make loud noises that will attract the dog. DOGS ARE NOT DANGEROUS!!!! I cant believe they felt the need to shoot them

    1. lolator says:

      But people like you are. Like it or not, dogs are dangerous, they are animals.

    2. Reality Check says:

      It does not say they attacked the girl. Try reading comprehension. It said they knocked a girl down and attacked HER DOG, or so said the video report on CBS 5 from this story..

  24. dog lover says:

    I’m a dogs person but it sounds like the right thing to do from the cops and parents view at that moment. Safety for human first is the priority so they did the right thing. Animal control could have handle it more peacefully, but the cops were there first and the only weapons they have are lethal. At least you hear they’ve tried it with the stun gun first

  25. The Wicked Witch of the West and her Sisters says:

    Lock up the so called peace officers and the chief. THESE ARE BOXERS. NOONE WAS BITTEN, HURT, ….NOONE. LOCK UP THE CROOKS. OFF WITH THEIR HEADS!!!

  26. Book'm Dano says:

    How do you notify the next of kin in this kind of situation…the police need to do that before releasing the names and photo’s of the dogs to the public…was that protocol properly followed

  27. Book'm Dano says:

    Everyone has this wrong…KCBS headlined this as 2 boxer type dogs…so the SMPD probably thought they were boxing each other, they should have spotted right off…there were no boxing gloves

  28. Cecilia Parker says:

    Mr. Lima,

    I’m very sorry you had this frightening experience. And I can imagine your feelings towards these two dogs who you thought were trying to attack you and your daughter.

    I just read another comment of a neighbor who claims that the two dogs were not purebred Boxers, but Pit Bull and Boxer Mixed Breeds and if this is true, it’s a very, very dangerous mixture. Statistically any time you mix a Pit Bull with ANY other breed of dog you increase the chances that your cute puppy will grow up to be a mauler and a possible killer of other people and their pets. According to the Center for Disease Control Pit Bull Mixes are the most dangerous mixed breeds out there.

    If those two young dogs were half Pit Bull, then you could be absolutely correct in saying that they wanted to hurt you, your daughter and small dog.

    I hope you both will recover from this horrible incident. –Cece

    1. Lindz says:

      Frist off… Check your facts. ANY animal can be made into an aggressive animal if put in the care of the wrong person. Dogs are not killer… people abuse them and make them into aggressive animals because they know nothing except punishment and abuse.

      Also, take a look at the picture. They are purebred boxers. Boxers often get confused with pits by ignorant people who are misinformed about animals. I have 2 boxers of my own and have had people often confuse them for pits or pit mixes. When I correct them all of the sudden my dog seems fine to approach and pet yet their reaction when thinking they are pits or pit mixes in incredibly different.

      Get educated about animal and maybe go spend some time in a shelter and see what kind of beautiful kind pits and pit mixes are really out there before you judge.

  29. Tracy Rossi says:

    Absolutely ridiculous! Please if we allow these police to shoot dogs this way what next! There had to be a better way to handle this situation. I have been in a scary situation with my small dog and three pit bulls so I do know how it feels. Killing these dogs was wrong. Very sad situation, I hope it’s investigated but the lives of these pets are gone forever 🙁

  30. Spelling B says:

    whats a dougther?

  31. Julia LeBoeuf says:

    I’m disgusted and my heart goes out to the owners. It certainly makes me more aware of what could happen if my boxer got loose and ran into the wrong person. He loves people and kids and I could see him jumping in excitement and knocking a small child over. It is a sad situation and I wish Bella and Jordan had stumbled upon a more informed individual and that the cops had not been called that day. The outcome could have been much more peaceful.

  32. Just Tragic says:

    There was ZERO pit bull in them. Zero. Their heads were square – typical boxer heads, not triangular like a pit-bull.

    There is no question in my mind about the bloodline of these two. In fact, I’d say they were show-worthy (except the owner took the responsible step of having them spayed/neutered which means they couldn’t be shown).

    No one has mentioned the fact that aside from the emotional and physical loss, this is also the loss of a significant financial investment. Quality boxers are expensive, and I have no doubt these two weren’t cheap. On top of that, you have the expense of having the tails properly cropped and the ears properly cropped – which if not done correctly shows – and the expense of regular vet visits (which I know these two had, because I had spoken to the owners about it).

    Bella and Jordan were of the highest quality, and were responsibly cared for. The only reason they got out was because the latch on a gate malfunctioned and they died.

    I knew these two boxers very well. They were the first dogs my puppy met when we took her for a walk in the park when she was just old enough for it to be safe to encounter other dogs (waited for the vaccinations to take effect before introducing her to other dogs). At the time, my puppy was a teeny little thing, and Bella and Jordan towered over her, and they played with her like any dog would. They knocked my dog over over several times, and put their mouths on my dog, and licked my dog, and jumped around with my dog, which is all normal dog-play behavior. They were gentle – excited and energetic, yes, but they didn’t have even a hint of malevolence, ever.

    My dog grew up with them from the time it was a little bitty pup, and over the last year, we would often see them in the park taking walks, and playing with other friendly dogs. My point being that these two regularly played with smaller dogs without a hint of aggression.
    As any dog owner knows, dog play often involves using the mouth, but with no pressure or teeth (dogs don’t have hands or arms to embrace each other with). Embracing with the mouth is normal play behavior and is in fact an indicator that the dogs trust and like one another. Which is sounds to me was interpreted as an attack.
    If Jordan weighed 70 pounds, the laws of physics have changed (and Bella was the smaller of the two).
    I consider this to be the loss of two friends, and I’m glad that my own dog doesn’t realize that Jordan and Bella are gone for good.

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  34. Kaytie says:

    As an owner of two boxers this story breaks my heart. Anyone who has ever owned a boxer knows they are the sweetest dogs ever. These cops need to be accountable for what they did. Cannot believe the cops say “they were drooling”. Yes, thats what dogs do they DROOL. Makes me freaking sick.

    Looks like another case of cops abusing their power.

  35. Lindz says:

    I think people are assuming that these dogs were acting in an aggressive manner, but the people present may have not understood the difference between playful and aggressive for boxers. Having 2 of my own I know how overwhleming they can come across to other people since they are large dogs, however, they are nothing but friendly. Every resource on boxers says they are great with families although they make knock small children over due to the overexhubrent dispositions. I strongly doubt these dogs were attacking anyone or doing much more than playing and if a cop approached them in an aggressive manner then of course they were going to be aggressive in return. It is the fight or flight instinct and that will always be part of a dog.

    I’d also like to point out that I have been the vicitim of a dog bite from a lab when I was only 10 years old. It was painful and it was hard, but I still love dogs and work hard to rescue them as much as I can. Regardless of breed since I truly believe it is the owner not the dog that is the problem. In this case the owner made an honest mistake, but should not have come home to 2 dead pets. Animal contrcol should have been called… NOT the police who in my opinion are too trigger happy anyway.

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  39. viktoril says:

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  40. errosePaw says:

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