Debbie Tate tells her family's twin 4-year-old old Labrador retrievers Calvin, left, and Molly, to stay put (no small feat) after she cut out some holes in sheets and put them on her dogs for a ghostly Halloween picture for the family scrapbook
Debbie Tate tells her family's twin 4-year-old old Labrador retrievers Calvin, left, and Molly, to stay put (no small feat) after she cut out some holes in sheets and put them on her dogs for a ghostly Halloween picture for the family scrapbook Harry Lynch News & Observer file photo.
Debbie Tate tells her family's twin 4-year-old old Labrador retrievers Calvin, left, and Molly, to stay put (no small feat) after she cut out some holes in sheets and put them on her dogs for a ghostly Halloween picture for the family scrapbook Harry Lynch News & Observer file photo.

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