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— After 21 days in quarantine, the Cavalier King Charles Spaniel will reunite with Pham on Saturday.
— As she recovers, officers look for owner in order to file animal cruelty charges.
— "Go get him," an officer said. The Pit Bull-Husky named Bo did exactly that.
— Lutheran Church Charities brings Luther, Shami, and Erin to Washington town for healing.
— The picture of this Boston K-9 in training appears in a calendar to raise money for police dogs.
— The 16th Annual Great PUPkin dog costume at Brooklyn's Fort Greene Park was flush with great costumes, but Glass topped them all.
— Syed Azmi Alhabshi, a Muslim, started a battle in his country's culture war by asking people to come to a park and pet dogs.
— The award show airs on Oct. 30 and features celebrities, animal advocates, and Susie, who overcame unimaginable odds.
— A Facebook group plans to demonstrate in all state capitols tomorrow. But have they done the groundwork to pull it off?
— On Wednesday, Hurricane and Jordan made the department proud with an immediate response to the threat.
— The quarantine is not over, but the dog owned by a Texas nurse shows no sign of infection.
— Is making money from your cute dog pictures "sick"? Gawker writer Aleksander Chan seems to think so.
— Do Supreme Court decisions get more interesting when they're delivered by dogs? John Oliver thinks so.
— New, wealthy Brooklyn residents want a park cleared so their dogs can run off-leash.
— The staff of a London Tesco store harassed the woman to the point of tears before ejecting her.
— "He's speaking, he's sitting up, he’s eating. He doesn't look like the same guy."
— People connected to Arizona's Green Acre Dog Boarding, including a senator's son, face charges.
— Admit it: You've always wanted to do this (and now you have an incentive to do fall chores).
— The undead doggie parade was for a good cause, raising money for a local shelter.
— The players showed more love than annoyance, and after some affection they sent the dog on his way.
— Lucky Dog Retreat Rescue in Indiana believes it can work around his impediment to adoption.
— The Washington resident posted the photos to Reddit, where they took off. (Also: The dog's safe.)
— A judge slams a park ranger's way of "educating" dog walkers about a new leash law.
— Basing policy and actions on fear over Ebola means that more people -- and dogs -- will die.
— A fun way to share dog photos sparks Internet warfare when rule changes are proposed.
— The two-hour Fox special is dedicated to rescue dogs, and stars are lining up to participate.
— Protestors clash with police as the dog is taken from home; his owners remain in quarantine.
— PetSmart announces the voluntary recall of Simply Nourish Biscotti with Beef and Sweet Potatoes.
— Katie Castan won a baseball bet with her boyfriend, and the couple adopted a Corgi.
— There's no evidence he has the virus or that dogs can give it to humans; rescue efforts start.
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