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Retirement Home for Four Legged Veterans

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January 15, 2014
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Welcome to Mill Creek Farm, where residents are treated to rolling hills, sunny weather, and all the grass they want. Peter and Mary Gregory have spent the last 30 years nurturing retired police and military horses on their farm in Florida. (Jan. 15)


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