The DogChannel Newswire (04-02-09)

Animals benefit from home’s quick sale; woman clues in to Bloodhound’s job; and other news.

Posted: April 2, 2009, 5 a.m. EDT

Home’s Quick Sale Benefits Animal Charity
Bidding stopped at $808,500 for one of the largest homes in the Federal Hill neighborhood of Baltimore, Md., auctioned Tuesday to benefit an animal charity chosen by the former owner, who was devoted to his dog, the Baltimore Sun reports.
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Woman Clues In to Bloodhound’s Job
Paula Hansell became a Bloodhound fan from crime novels, but reading about it wasn't enough, the Orange County (Calif.) Register reports.
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Law Officers Honor Canine Companions Killed in Line of Duty
A police dog whose slaying changed state law was among 11 canines honored at a memorial service on the University of California, Davis campus Tuesday, the Sacramento Bee reports.
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Pennsylvania Animal Shelter That Closed May Be Replaced
In northeastern Pennsylvania, a new group is forming that plans to replace the animal shelter that abruptly closed in January, The Associated Press reports.
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North Carolina Deputies Investigate Puppies’ Deaths
Sheriff's deputies in North Carolina are investigating the deaths of 11 pit bull puppies at a home in Eden, The Associated Press reports.
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