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Hundreds gather, with dogs, at memorial for Quincy dog

QUINCY — More than 250 people, accompanied by countless dogs, gathered in Pageant Field early Saturday evening for a tearful vigil in remembrance of Puppy Doe, a pit bull who had to be euthanized after it was found tortured a few weeks ago.

Dog and animal lovers were joined by Norfolk District Attorney Michael W. Morrissey, state Representative Bruce J. Ayers, the Animal Rescue League of Boston, as well as other officials. Together, they expressed grief and the need for the reform of state animal cruelty laws.

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