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Stray dogs terrorize rural California town

Workers at illegal marijuana farms in Anza, California, abandon their guard dogs when they're no longer needed. The dogs run in packs and are believed to kill livestock and terrorize people. (Madison Aument/KVCR)
Workers at illegal marijuana farms in Anza, California, abandon their guard dogs when they're no longer needed. The dogs run in packs and are believed to kill livestock and terrorize people. (Madison Aument/KVCR)

Anza, a community in Southern California, has been overrun by stray dogs. Officials believe the dogs were abandoned by workers at illegal marijuana farms. The wild dogs have been killing livestock and chasing people, and are the talk of the town.

Madison Aument of KVCR reports.

This article was originally published on WBUR.org.

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