The DogChannel Newswire (01-06-10)

Abandoned dog gets a face lift; film shows conflict over rescued Katrina pets; and other news.

Posted: January 6, 2010, 2 a.m. EST

Dog Digs Up Unexploded Grenade
A New Zealand man said an army expert visited his home to collect an unexploded grenade his dog found buried in the yard. The man said he cleaned up a brown mass his dog dug up at about lunchtime Tuesday and called police upon discovering it was an unexploded grenade, United Press International reports.
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Abandoned, Wrinkly Dog Gets a Face Lift
A wrinkly dog has received a full face lift and a double eye lift costing $897 so he won’t go blind. The abandoned Shar Pei, named Roland, is highly prized for his wrinkly skin. But the breed suffers from entropion, a painful condition in which his wrinkles cause his eyelashes to turn inward and rub against his eyeballs, FOX News reports.
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Free Puppy for Family Whose Dog Was Killed in Attack
It was a bizarre and violent incident that left Steve and Julie Donnelley distraught and stunned last week. Their Miniature Schnauzer was allegedly beaten to death by a man who police say was apparently under the influence of drugs. Donations collected after the story become public helped pay for a new puppy, the Orange County (Calif.) Register reports.
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Documentary Shows Conflict Over Katrina Pets
“Mine,” a documentary about the deep bond between humans and pets, starts its 2010 run in theaters on Jan. 8 in San Francisco. The movie examines the tug of war that developed between people who adopted rescued Katrina pets all across the country and the owners, desperate to get their pets back, USA Today reports.
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