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County to Segregate Dogs in Park by Size
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In Illinois, the government of Will County plans to build a dog park that separates big dogs from the little ones. The park will be self-patrolled by dog owners, who must get a license to use the facility. NPR's Michele Norris talks with Marcy DeMauro of the Forest Preserve District of Will County.

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