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November 30, 2012

Landlady: Get rid of dog or move out

Doctor's note says chihuahua necessary, couple claims


“Right before Christmas, we really don’t need this in our lives,” Robert said. “We pray every night that this will work out somehow.”


The Duells have had a dog ever since they’ve lived at Abenaki, he said, and they do not understand the change in rules.

“I could understand if the dog was running around biting people, but this dog hardly ever even leaves the house,” Robert said.

Gregory said the lease says there are no dogs allowed and that the Duells have been told many times to get rid of the dog.

“I’m just doing my job,” she said, referring all other inquiries to her attorney, Joseph Mucia.

Mucia did not return a call from the Press-Republican.

The Duells hope something can be worked out.

“We are just two old people minding our own business,”  a frustrated Robert said. “We don’t know why this is happening.”

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