— A controversy in L.A. shows that some groups' requirements are too rigid, which could push people to buy from breeders and pet stores.
— People across the political spectrum call for the officer's firing, but that won't fix the real problem.
— The automaker goes for "bizarre troubled fake plastic dog" in its Super Bowl commercial.
— No More Woof claims to be able to read your dog's brain waves and translate them into speech. Trouble is, it doesn't really exist.
— A South Carolina man had a terrible, no good, very bad idea, and he's going to pay for it.
— Tell that to a couple in Connecticut, accused of using one on a young girl who got poor grades.
— The pet condom campaign is funny stuff, but how do you get the condom on the dog? Like this.
— Seriously, who comes up with these? Dog toys these days are a running commentary of modern human culture. That's not always a good thing.
— What is WRONG with people? Fortunately, a rescue's quick action saves the pups from being ripped from Mom at far too young an age.
— An Ohio man who ran a kennel and trained guard dogs is also charged with abandonment.
— In a sad mix-up, the English Springer Spaniel clocks a staggering number of lonely air miles.
— He verbally and physically assaulted the men, who were doing nothing but walking their dog.
— Spotted: Suri Cruise sobbing in a pet store because Katie Holmes wouldn't buy her a puppy. Could this be a job for a shelter dog?
— Every year, thousands of canines are dropped off at shelters before their owners head off on holiday.
— Rule No. 47, Editor's Handbook: Do not accept money from PR people to buy a new dog. Don't mess this up!
— When Becky Andrews stopped by Ann Taylor to shop, she assumed a service dog wouldn't be a problem, because of, you know, the law and all.
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