The DogChannel Newswire (02-03-09)

Missing dog found after five years; pub pulls plug on dining with dogs; and other news.

Posted: February 3, 2009, 5 a.m. EST

Georgia Man’s Missing Dog Found in Alabama After Five Years
A West Georgia man was reunited with his Labrador Retriever late last week nearly five years after the dog went missing, The Associated Press reports.
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Pub Pulls Plug on Dining With Dogs
The four-legged clientele at Lenny's Hideaway, an office-park pub that served 125-pound Labradors and quivering 5-pound Yorkies, had their day during a Super Bowl soiree Sunday, which was the last time dogs will be allowed to frolic at the feet of their dining owners after management bowed to guidance from county health inspectors, the News & Observer (N.C.) reports.
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Michigan Firefighters Rescue Cats, Dogs, People
Firefighters in Howell, Mich., came to the rescue of human, canine, and feline residents when an apartment complex caught fire Saturday night, MSNBC.com reports.
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A Secret Service Dog With Some ‘Flinty Chicago Toughness’
While President Obama was busy meeting with Republican congressmen on the economic stimulus plan last week, a Secret Service emergency response team officer let his security dog have a much-deserved break, the Los Angeles Times reports.
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Canine Aquatic Fitness Center to Open in California
It's a dog's life and, in Pacifica, Calif., life may improve for injured dogs when their owners finally gain access to a canine aquatic fitness center due to open this spring, the San Mateo (Calif.) County Times reports.
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Jane   Amherst, MA

2/3/2009 6:10:51 AM

That's really cool the guy got his Lab back after 5 years!

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