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    Fear of Needles: Dog Makes a Daring Escape From the Vet

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    Dog flees while dragging a person who was trying to restrain the panicking canine.

    Some animals really don't like being taken to a veterinary clinic even for a routine checkup. And in this case, the fear of needles apparently got the better of this dog.

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