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Yes, Silver City is definitely pet-friendly

Today, Jill Lane, was leading (or was Travelin' Jack, an olde English bulldog, leading her?) around downtown Silver City to prove the town is pet-friendly. George Julian Dworin, Silver City Arts & Cultural District director, accompanied Jack and Jill. Jack made friends everywhere he went, submitted to having his photo taken with kids, met a gallery dog, Teddy, drank all the water at one stop, and then, in this photo seems to be reading a sign, or was he begging for another treat?

A report of his traipsing around town and going in and out of venues was photographed for an upcoming TV spot about Silver City being pet-friendly.

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