Bethany Sullivan sits in the front lobby at Milo Foundation on Wednesday, Oct. 25. She took Diana (left), an American bulldog fostered a few days ago, back to remove stitches left by a surgery. Tory (right), whose right front leg was amputated due to injury, has been kept by Sullivan since last July.

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After drawing a tube of blood from the front left leg of Diana, an 8-year-old American bulldog, outreach coordinator John Fonseca commended her as she laid on the bench at the adoption center of Milo Foundation, an animal rescue group based in Point Richmond. “You did good, Diana,” Fonseca said. Bethany Sullivan, Diana’s foster parent,...

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