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Dogs, two sides to every story
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There are two sides to every story and the case involving Wilma Jones and the 124 dogs taken from her property Tuesday is no different.Animal rights activists describe the dogs as living in deplorable conditions, while longtime friends describe Jones as a loving woman who cared deeply for her animals.“The conditions were surprisingly worse than I expected, and I don’t get surprised easily,” said Scotlund Haisley, president of Washington, D.C.-based Animal Rescue Corps. “There were thin to emaciated dogs living in high levels of ammonia which comes from feces and urine build up. Some of them were living in old rabbit hutches and their legs were sticking through the bottom and they were getting poked by loose metal because the cages were so old.