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Volunteers go door-to-door helping dogs in Suffolk County

The volunteers bring food, treats, water and even

The volunteers bring food, treats, water and even straw for the dogs' doghouses. (February 9, 2014 5:51 PM)

A group of volunteers has set out on a mission to feed hungry animals in Suffolk County, and they're taking their efforts door-to-door.

Volunteers from Almost Home Animal Rescue and Unchained New York are out to improve the lives of dogs that are neglected or left chained up outside.

The volunteers bring food, treats, water and even straw for the dogs' doghouses. They visit about 130...

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