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    A sign thanking customers for 16 years of service hangs in the window of Earth Bound on Main Street in Waterville . The store is expected to lose by the end of October.

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    Michelle Perry tries on some clothes at Earth Bound in Waterville. The business is closing its doors after 16 years.

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    Jillian Brice and Mikey, an 11-year-old Pomeranian, use the products available at the Loyal Biscuit in Waterville.

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    Mikey, a Pomeranian, stands in front of a rack of of dog food at the Loyal Biscuit on Main Street in Waterville .

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    Jillian Brice holds Mikey the dog as Joe Jones, right, shop for dog treats at the Loyal Biscuit, which opened recently on Main Street in Waterville.

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