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Lily was shot and killed on May 26, 2012, by a Fort Worth police officer who had never received training to deal with his fear of dogs.
Enlarge photo by: Cindy Boling

Lily was shot and killed on May 26, 2012, by a Fort Worth police officer who had never received training to deal with his fear of dogs.

On a May afternoon nearly three years ago, Mark and Cindy Boling were unloading groceries from their truck when a young Fort Worth police officer responding to a nearby burglary mistakenly walked down their driveway.

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On a May afternoon nearly three years ago, Mark and Cindy Boling were unloading groceries from their truck when a young Fort Worth police officer responding to a nearby burglary mistakenly walked down their driveway.

When the Bolings’ 5-year-old border collie, Lily, ran to greet him, the officer pulled out his gun and shot the dog.

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A local woman, in tears, describes her recurring problem: One of her female dogs viciously attacks the other.

Her veterinarian says to call Kim Tome, a veteran dog trainer in Ellabell, who calmly takes the call like a 911 operator.

“She’s upset,” Tome said afterward. “I get a lot of these.

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