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  1. In response to, "I've never see a kid crossing there on foot.": I used to walk up to the school to walk my grandchildren home. We were extremely careful and waited until traffic cleared, but I finally gave up and started picking them up by car. Between speeding cars, trucks, and motorcycles, it was entirely too risky. Not every family with children in the two schools on that road owns big, new cars. There are more than a few children who are picked up by their parents who walk them across the highway to catch the bus.
  2. River trains me and my husband at our home in Ajijic. Over the past three years, she has seen us through a variety of illnesses and joint issues. PM me for contact information. We recommend her highly.
  3. If I am not mistaken, there were many instances of dog poisonings in Ajijic several years ago. The poisoner was tossing poisoned meat up onto people's balconies and, I believe, into people's yards. To the best of my knowledge, a reward was offered for information as to who it was. The individual was found out and left the area. At the meeting this Wednesday at 6:30 p.m. at the amphitheater at the Ajijic malecon, I hope we can get enough people together to work to find out who is doing these horrible things.
  4. This morning a young friend of ours took Sophie, our family dog, out for her usual walk near the Ajijic malecon, They came upon what appeared to be a sleeping dog. The dog was dead, and near the dead dog was what appeared to be some raw chicken topped with a pink substance. Before she could be stopped, Sophie ate some of the meat. She showed symptoms of being poisoned after only a very few minutes. Our vet said that he thought she had ingested strychnine; there was no hope for her survival, so I asked him to put her out of her suffering. Our hearts are broken. The unknown, monstrously cruel pe
  5. This morning a young friend of ours took Sophie, our family dog, out for her usual walk near the malecon, They came upon what appeared to be a sleeping dog. The dog was dead, and near the dead dog was what appeared to be some raw chicken topped with a pink substance. Before she could be stopped, Sophie ate some of the meat. She showed symptoms of being poisoned after only a very few minutes. Our vet told me that he thought she had ingested strychnine; there was no hope for her survival, so I asked him to put her out of her suffering. Our hearts are broken. The unknown monstrously cruel person
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