Talulah Jones' Robin Lohre sues maid service after coming home to find dog dead under table

Robin Lohre loves big. She loves her daughter, Imogene. She loves her boutique, Talulah Jones, a true Denver retail treasure. And she loves dogs -- especially mutts like Ruthie, who she adopted last year and took with her everywhere "other than restaurants and the grocery store," she says. Which explains why she was shocked to return after having her house cleaned to find Ruthie dead under a table -- and why she's suing the maid service she holds responsible.
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