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November 23, 2015 7:33 PM

Ada County pet of the week: Nova

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  • Ray Ray the dog can barely walk. He's going on a diet to save his life.

    While most people think of direct physical abuse when they think of animal cruelty, the neglect of a pet's health can be just as cruel. Ray Ray, a 90-pound dog was so morbidly obese, he could barely walk. His obesity caused a number of health conditions.