N.C. HOA allows residents to use dogs to drive away bears

11/13/2012 | Asheville Citizen-Times (N.C.)

A community in Black Mountain, N.C., will continue to allow residents to use hunting dogs to scare off bears, which have broken into more than 10 homes in search of food this year. The Laurel Ridge HOA is considering imposing fines upon property owners who don't take precautions against bears.

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