The top official at the San Pasqual Indian Reservation said he was very concerned about the recent dog attacks in the Paradise Mountain area, but he maintains that the reservation was not to blame. Allen Lawson, chairman of the San Pasqual Band of Mission Indians' Tribal Council, said he believes wild dogs ---- not dogs owned by residents on the reservation ---- attacked two horses and killed two dogs earlier this year.
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