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On Wednesday, November 5, Crowley was gunned down by an irresponsible hunter up West Lake Creek Trail in Edwards while playing with a stick. Crowley was an amazing dog who gave and received much love. Dave Perron would like to remind both hunters and hikers to take the necessary precautions and foresight needed when they are in areas where their paths cross so that further tragedies will be avoided. He would also like to thank the Eagle County Sheriffs Dept. and the Dept. of Wildlife for their diligence, employees of Steve's Dog and Cat repair for their compassion, Nate, Chad, and Jamie for recovering him, and all of Crowley's friends, both K-9 and human for making his short life such a joy. He is sorely missed.

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