The DogChannel Newswire (03-02-09)

Dog missing nine years returned to family; Alaska closer to naming state dog; and other news.

Posted: March 2, 2009, 5 a.m. EST

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North Carolina House Looks at Future of Animal Euthanasia
The House Agriculture Committee began taking up the tough issue of how to euthanize unwanted or dangerous animals, the Shelby Star (N.C.) reports.
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Dog, Missing 9 Years, Returned to Family in Kentucky
German Shepherd Dog named Astro who has been missing from his family for more than nine years is finally home, The Associated Press reports.
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Bill Designating State Dog Heads to Alaska House Floor
A bill naming the Alaskan Malamute as the Alaska State Dog is on its way to the House floor, The Associated Press reports.
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Tip Leads Police to Puppy With Two Broken Legs
An Oakland, Calif., man has been charged with animal abuse for allegedly breaking the front legs of a Pomeranian puppy, authorities said Friday, the San Francisco Chronicle reports.
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Police: Man Shoots, Kills Pit Bull
Police in Odenton, Md., said Friday they are investigating the shooting and killing of a pit bull, MSNBC.com reports.
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