(KARE) A Meire Grove, Minnesota family faces giving up three of their five dogs after the town’s new crackdown of an ordinance limiting the number of dogs to two dogs per family.
“It’s been really hard here, and the kids have been crying this whole week,” says Ashley Theiler. “It’s been extremely frustrating, more heartbreaking than frustrating,”
Theiler and her family own four dogs bred for sled racing, along with a fifth dog that provides emotional support to her 11-year-old son, who struggles with anxiety and depression.
“I know other people would say it’s fair because of the law. If we had them before it was made we should probably keep them,” said Logan Smith, Theiler’s son. “They are like family to us, what kind of person wants to take away family?”
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