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— In the epic video "You Shall Not Pass, Dog," cats scare the bejesus out of dogs, simply by being cats.
— Activists are protesting the school for using dogs in experiments with dental implants.
— He saw it as the perfect crime, but he's a dog, and he doesn't know what a perfect crime looks like.
— A rescue group saved him from euthanasia, and now he lives with Dog Milk's managing editor.
— Was Brian's comeback a reaction to viewer outrage or a ploy to boost the show's ratings?
— U.K. researchers had an "odor judge" rate them to learn what foods result in maximum stench.
— Photos from 1915 show how much breeding has altered dogs, and it's not all about looks.
— Ashtyn Gardner was visiting with other military families when Sunny knocked her over -- but dog and child recovered quickly.
— Rudolph Poppe also gets five years probation, during which time he can't own a dog. What do you think about his sentence? Is it fair?
— Dogs make everything better: Anxious airline passengers can seek solace in these therapy dogs.
— The bill, a response to some high-profile incidents, would require officer training in dog behavior and handling.
— The final version of the Delray Beach ordinance might include exceptions for shelter animals.
— You don't have to climb the highest mountain to find ideal items for outdoorsy dogs and owners.
— Violators would face as long as five years in prison and a $10,000 fine, but for now it's legal.
— "A love like this comes once in a lifetime," said his owner upon his Thanksgiving Day passing.
— Daisy's days seemed numbered when animal control picked her up, but rescuers brought out the "Underbite Goddess" who found a home.
— Jermaine acts as a seeing-eye dog for Jeffrey, and a picture of the two cuddling brought offers for adoption pouring into a Philadelphia shelter.
— Molly the Lab disappeared in 2007; she's reaching the end of her days, but she'll be loved.
— This Dogster member completes the series highlighting Adopt a Senior Dog Month.
— The Pets on Trains Act would set aside cars for animals, but I believe the bill as written has flaws.
— The dogs attacked an 11-year-old girl, but people in the region protest the animals' "relocation."
— Some on Twitter say the series should have killed one of the kids instead of having Brian hit by a car.
— Reggie the Retriever ate his eighth-grade owner's science project, a candy volcano.
— Laurice Barrett was at large for nearly a year but will stand trial in the death of Roxy the Pekingese.
— A boat ride and qualifying as a canine good citizen are things this Pit Bull sees in his future.
— Researchers at the University of Pennsylvania report promising results against a spleen cancer.
— The ex-pop star lists the value of a watch at $3,750 but says his dog, King, is worth nothing.
— If you have no yard, dog parks are great … unless some inattentive bonehead causes a disaster.
— Multiple people are arrested and multiple dogs rescued in locations throughout the two cities.
— An online petition says a college course on how to follow existing laws will only encourage unethical commercial breeding. What do you think?
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