Voyage North | Aug 6, 2013 | 12:10

Thunder Bay man credits pet for saving life

While resting near a lake, 42 year-old Trevor Miller was first attacked, then pursued by a bear. The ordeal ended with the loss of one of the dogs. Miller shared his story with CBC News this afternoon.

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