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Posted: Wednesday, August 28, 2013 11:04 am | Updated: 3:46 pm, Wed Aug 28, 2013.

VENICE, FL - You may soon be able to take your K-9 companion to more public parks in the City of Venice.

Hoping to build off the popularity of the dog beach, officials are considering a measure that would allow dogs in more than a dozen public locations.

They hope that a change in the law will make the city a more desirable destination for dog toting tourists.

What will  have to change, and how do residents feel about it?  7 South Newsroom Reporter Josh Taylor is on the story.

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