The DogChannel Newswire (12-21-08)

Dog walker charged with theft from wealthy clients; special needs child to get service dog; and other news.

Posted: December 22, 2008, 5 a.m. EST

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Dog Walker Charged With Theft From Wealthy Clients
A 64-year-old Seattle dog walker is accused of stealing jewelry, furniture, artwork, rugs, purses and clothes from the homes of her wealthy clients and pawning many of the items – including a $55,000 wedding ring and a gold watch she allegedly sold for $1,500, the Seattle Times reports. Read now >>

Special Needs Child to Get His Own Service Dog
Emilio Sandoval, a special needs child who connected with another boy’s lost service dog earlier this year, will soon get a service dog of his own, the Fort Worth Star-Telegram reports. Read now >>

Shrinking Lake’s Hidden Danger Almost Swallows Dog
The saturated bottom of a lake in Anderson, N.C., created a treacherous situation when a family’s 110-pound pet dog was nearly swallowed, MSNBC reports. Read now >>

Oshkosh, Wis., Works on Rule Restricting Pit Bulls
The city of Oshkosh may require special licenses for pit bulls and related breeds to try to reduce dog attacks, The Associated Press reports. Read now >>

Family Pushes Dog as Illinois Governor
Questions have been dogging Illinois ever since Gov. Rod Blagojevich was arrested last week on corruption charges. Now a California couple says the answer to all the state's woes may, in fact, be a dog: their dog, The Associated Press reports. Read now >>

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