(Salt Lake Tribune) To the Guerreros, dogs are part of the family.
So on Saturday, the family — mother, two daughters, a grandson, a granddaughter, a great-grandson and a few four-legged members of the clan — joined a rally on the steps of the Utah State Capitol calling for an end to police shootings of dogs.
They hope their show of force, along with about 50 other people and a dozen canines who joined the rally, will lead to change.
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"It shows them we’re not going to let it go," Wendi Guerrero said of the campaign to change how police react when they encounter a family pet.
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