What did Dr. Lamar advise the Kudzu Kids to do to identify the flower bed footprint?
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Did Mrs. Scott's explanations satisfy the Kudzu Kids?
How did Joey respond to seeing a still from the security video?
How did Naomi respond to the news that some people think she might be involved in the dogs' disappearances?
The Kudzu Kids decided to discuss their investigation with Detective Armstrong.
The Kudzu Kids visited Miss Zina again to update her on their investigation.
Following up on a clue led the Kudzu Kids to Mr. Reynolds.
The Kudzu Kids asked Dr. Lamar for advice on some evidence they collected recently.
A few people have mentioned that the Youngs might have information that could help the Kudzu Kids.
Could Ms. Starks help the Kudzu Kids understand more about Ms. Rickard and her missing dog?
What does Ms. Fogarty know about her co-worker Joey Sims?
How long has Ms. Rickard's dog been missing?
Is Mr. Hamblett's reaction to their missing dog unusual?
What does Mrs. Hamblett have to add to what her husband told the Kudzu Kids?
Have any of Naomi's neighbors noticed anything unusual lately?
What do Naomi's acquaintances from high school have to say about her?
Mr. Donnelly welcomed the Kudzu Kids' help finding his dog, in addition to the unusual assistance he was already getting.
The Wilsons told Rachel and Zach that they're particularly worried because their dog requires special attention.
Mr. Guyton can't understand how or why his dog got out of his backyard.
Mrs. Osborne's theory about where their dog is wasn't what Rachel and Zach were expecting.
The Kudzu Kids spoke to a local veterinary technician about the missing dogs.
The Kudzu Kids spoke to a shelter volunteer about all the missing dogs.
The Kudzu Kids talked to local veterinarians about all the missing dogs.
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