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Camren Ray, 21 months, goes nose to nose with Capone, an English mastiff, at the Lucas County Fairgrounds during the Falling for Animals Festival on Sunday.





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Tina Wasserman holds her English bulldogs, Princess Asia and Samantha.





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Connie Ayres and Spoty match their attire for the festival, which featured costumed dogs, cats, and owners in a Halloween contest. The event was a benefit for Planned Pethood.







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