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“It’s OK. Oh, it’s OK,” Eileen Burger of Jasper said to Bailey, an Irish terrier, as she clipped his nails Tuesday morning in her dog grooming shop, The Mutt Hut, located in the basement of her home. Burger began the business in 1979 after she struggled to find a job in the St. Louis area that made use of her degree in psychology. …

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