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'Pig' the dog turns heads-When she can't

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June 23, 2014
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A deformed dog in Alabama has gained popularity after thousands of internet viewers discovered videos of the odd shaped mutt named Pig who now has a Facebook page with almost 4,000 likes. (June 23) Video provided by AP


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