The Morning Edition - Sask | May 3, 2013 | 4:16

Rube the Dog leads a Saskatoon Jane's Walk

A German Shepherd is leading a Jane's Walk in Saskatoon this weekend, we spoke with Rube's owner Sharon Elder about integrating dogs into our daily lives.

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