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A Madras dog shot in the face and dumped at the Jefferson County Kennels and Dog Control is recuperating nicely. "Bullet" the 6 month Jack Russell terrier has undergone surgery and is resting at the shelter. Bullet was left on their property last Friday, but it took them several days to catch her. Animal control officer Renee Davidson says Bullet is doing great. “She's able to eat and lick and whine and be happy at this point.  She's probably six to seven months old very young, very playful and very sweet.” Bullet is expected to make a full recovery. She should be available for adoption in a couple weeks. The shelter has already had people ask about adopting her. If you know who Bullet's owner is, you are asked to call the Jefferson County Sheriff's Office.

 

 

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