The DogChannel Newswire (10-13-09)

Canine sports put the fun into dog training; surfing dogs compete for charity; and other news.

Posted: October 13, 2009, 5 a.m. EDT

Respect Daisy’s Memory, Jessica Simpson Tweets
Jessica Simpson says stop. She's tired of hearing from people who say they've found her dog. Simpson turned to Twitter again Sunday night, saying back off. She says she knows Daisy hasn't been found after being snatched by a coyote, USA Today reports.
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Canine Sports: Putting the Fun Into Dog Training
Too often, dog training seems like it's all about saying "No." But if all you think about is stopping bad behavior, you miss the real joy of training: being able to talk to the animals, The Associated Press reports.
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Law Makes Owners of Vicious Dogs Get 2nd License, Liability Insurance
Eastpointe is the latest metro Detroit community to approve an ordinance aimed at owners of vicious dogs and other animals deemed dangerous. The non-breed-specific ordinance requires owners of vicious dogs to have a second license and at least $100,000 in liability insurance, the Detroit Free Press reports.
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Surfing Dogs Compete for Charity
Huntington Beach, Calif., is known for its world-class surf and now man's best friend is getting into the fun! Tanya Lyon of the Orange County Register gives you an inside look at the first annual surf city surf dog competition.
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