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News & Observer photojournalist Jill Knight found a shivering, staggering and confused dog in the middle of the roadway. She took the dog in, named it Shepherd and they both provided comfort for each other during his last hours. Jill Knight jknight@newsobserver.com
News & Observer photojournalist Jill Knight found a shivering, staggering and confused dog in the middle of the roadway. She took the dog in, named it Shepherd and they both provided comfort for each other during his last hours. Jill Knight jknight@newsobserver.com

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UPDATED November 26, 2015 03:25 PM

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