The DogChannel Newswire (06-03-10)

Lou Reed plans concert for dogs; California seeks more disclosure from pet insurers; other news.

Posted: June 3, 2010, 2 a.m. EDT

California Bill Seeks Increased Disclosure for Pet Insurers
California lawmakers are bringing a version of healthcare reform to our pets. A bill that passed Tuesday in the state Assembly would require greater disclosure from pet health insurance companies by requiring an insurer to disclose on the main page of its website any policy that limits coverage, The Associated Press reports.
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Man Faces Abuse Charges After Dog Grabs Bunny
An Oregon man has been charged with animal abuse after ordering his dog to attack a rabbit at a Salem city park in front of children. Police said 33-year-old Luke Kishpaugh of Salem told his Doberman Pinscher to go after the rabbit while a group of four young girls were watching it play, The Associated Press reports.
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Dog Fest 2010 to Hit West Chester, Ohio
Thousands of paws and claws — not to mention a whole lot of fur — will descend upon West Chester, Ohio, for Dog Fest from June 12-13 at the Voice of America Museum Park. The event, which debuted in 1999, lets people bring their pets for activities including dog-themed vendors, food and demonstrations, Middletown (Ohio) Journal reports.
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Lou Reed Plans High-Frequency Concert for Dogs
Lou Reed will be taking a dog walk on the wild side later this week, as the singer and his composer wife, Laurie Anderson, will be holding a 20-minute high-frequency recital for dogs and their human companions at the Sydney Opera House in Australia. The musicians point out that their Rat Terrier is already a fan, Discovery News reports.
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