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There was no throwing off the scent for these lucky dogs! Canines and their owners participated in the annual PAWS for People Easter Bone Hunt Saturday in Newark. Dogs had the chance to run, play and search for special Easter eggs filled with treats, toys and prizes on the grounds of the Blue Hen Bed & Breakfast. The day even included face painting for kids, contests and a special appearance by the Easter bunny. “We couldn’t have been more happy with the weather and the turnout,” said Susan Moran with PAWS for People.

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