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Rochelle Hamp, Headwaters Animal Shelter director, found it difficult to say farewell to Buckshot. (Submitted photo)

Carbon monoxide survivor heals at Headwaters Animal Shelter

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A unique, often poignant, story accompanies every animal arriving at the Headwaters Animal Shelter.

But Buckshot, dropped off in mid-October, had suffered unparalleled trauma.

The young Wirehaired Pointing Griffon was a victim of carbon monoxide poisoning. His owners, Lee, 57, and Nancy, 55, Schwarze, were found dead in their cabin near Longville Oct. 17.

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