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Faith Thorne, who worked as a dog groomer in Chicago until moving to Hoven, S.D., three years ago, said she enjoys the slower pace of rural America, but has no shortage of work, because dog grooming appointments are hot commodities in the area. By Wendy Royston/Dakotafire Media
Faith Thorne, who worked as a dog groomer in Chicago until moving to Hoven, S.D., three years ago, said she enjoys the slower pace of rural America, but has no shortage of work, because dog grooming appointments are hot commodities in the area. By Wendy Royston/Dakotafire Media

Faith Thorne, who worked as a dog groomer in Chicago until moving to Hoven, S.D., three years ago, said she enjoys the slower pace of rural America, but has no shortage of work, because dog grooming appointments are hot commodities in the area. By Wendy Royston/Dakotafire Media

Faith Thorne, who worked as a dog groomer in Chicago until moving to Hoven, S.D., three years ago, said she enjoys the slower pace of rural America, but has no shortage of work, because dog grooming appointments are hot commodities in the area. By Wendy Royston/Dakotafire Media

Faith Thorne, who worked as a dog groomer in Chicago until moving to Hoven, S.D., three years ago, said she enjoys the slower pace of rural America, but has no shortage of work, because dog grooming appointments are hot commodities in the area.
By Wendy Royston/Dakotafire Media

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