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Riley, who was delivered to the Hawkins County Humane Society on July 18 with a gunshot wound to the face, has been getting all the love, attention and treats she can handle from staffers including assistant manager Sandy Behnke. (Jeff Bobo/NET News Servi
Riley, who was delivered to the Hawkins County Humane Society on July 18 with a gunshot wound to the face, has been getting all the love, attention and treats she can handle from staffers including assistant manager Sandy Behnke. (Jeff Bobo/NET News Servi

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Dog shot in the face may be ready for adoption in three weeks

Jeff Bobo — NET News Service • Today at 6:20 PM

ROGERSVILLE — In an odd sort of way, getting shot in the face may be the luckiest thing that ever happened to Riley.

Now she’s in a place where she is receiving medical attention, regular meals and treats and the things that Riley craves most — love and attention.

It’s been a week since the 1-year-old female was brought to the Hawkins County Humane Society (HCHS) with a gunshot wound to the face.

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