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Precious Blood School preschoolers reacted to veterinarian Lori Mehringer as she pulled out a small coil from the belly of Fluffy the dog, a stuffed animal, to demonstrate a small-animal surgery during the class field trip to Animal Medical Center of Dubois County in Jasper on Thursday. Students on the trip included Bryn Smith, left, Jessica Berg, Chase Gehlhausen, Gavin Jones, Hunter Fortwendel, Cooper Seal, Lila Seger and Brooklyn Steinhart. …

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