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Tuesday, August 09, 2022
<p><span>Gail Roland smooches a senior rescued Chihuahua. She and her husband, Ralph, share their 2,400-square-foot house in Melrose with 29 dogs. They adopt the seniors that shelters and owners can't keep. </span></p>

Gail Roland smooches a senior rescued Chihuahua. She and her husband, Ralph, share their 2,400-square-foot house in Melrose with 29 dogs. They adopt the seniors that shelters and owners can't keep. 

Ralph and Gail Roland share their 2,400-square-foot house in Melrose with 29 dogs. They adopt the seniors that shelters and owners can't keep. The Roland Senior Dog Rescue Gang is a registered nonprofit as of July, but the Rolands do most of the work on their own.

Gail Roland smooches a senior rescued Chihuahua. She and her husband, Ralph, share their 2,400-square-foot house in Melrose with 29 dogs. They adopt the seniors that shelters and owners can't keep. 

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