Marji Renteria and her daughter, Faith Lamiroult, 11, pose Tuesday with their surviving dog, Kishi. The two are still getting over the loss of their trained service dog, Apache, who helped alert the family when Faith would have seizures. The dog ran away from home and was euthanized by Beaufort County Animal Control after being held for six days.
Marji Renteria and her daughter, Faith Lamiroult, 11, pose Tuesday with their surviving dog, Kishi. The two are still getting over the loss of their trained service dog, Apache, who helped alert the family when Faith would have seizures. The dog ran away from home and was euthanized by Beaufort County Animal Control after being held for six days. JAY KARR | The Island Packet
Marji Renteria and her daughter, Faith Lamiroult, 11, pose Tuesday with their surviving dog, Kishi. The two are still getting over the loss of their trained service dog, Apache, who helped alert the family when Faith would have seizures. The dog ran away from home and was euthanized by Beaufort County Animal Control after being held for six days. JAY KARR | The Island Packet

Family's seizure-alert dog euthanized just minutes before call to animal shelter

May 26, 2009 12:00 AM

UPDATED May 27, 2009 10:48 AM

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