Brian Argabright

Brian Argabright

By now, most of Del Rio has heard in some shape or form the weekend tale of the fall of one of the city’s animal advocacy groups.

In the span of about 48 hours, Dancers for Dogs, an entity created to aid local animals who had been injured or mistreated, went from celebrated status to pariah thanks to a several social media posts made by the group’s founder. I won’t go into detail about what was said except to say the posts insulted the town as a whole as well as its elected leaders and carried with it a sense of entitlement and otherwise ignorance about this place they’ve called home, even on a temporary basis.

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