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Lawyer says there's a 'dog can't be a dog' clause, but Petsecure pays out after Go Public investigates Jamie Richardson's dog Muddy tore a ligament in his leg, but her pet insurance company denied the claim. (Wayne Vallevand/CBC) Jamie Richardson says she's "more than a little angry" the pet insurance company she's paid monthly for four years refused to cover her dog's injury. ​"It just felt really shocking to know that this company was not there for me, when I needed them the most," says the Yukon woman. Richardson's dog Muddy is a seven-year-old Akita breed. While running in the woods near Whitehorse, Muddy tore a ligament in a hind leg. A vet told Richardson that's a common injury in Yuko

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