The DogChannel Newswire: Hot Topics Edition
In case you missed them, here are the stories dog lovers were buzzing about last week.
Posted: April 25, 2011, 3 a.m. EDT
Missouri Reaches Deal on New Dog Breeding Rules
Setting aside years of feuding, Missouri's animal welfare groups and farm organizations struck a compromise Monday that they said would clean up the dog breeding industry without shutting down responsible operators, St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports.
Pet Fostering Makes Cats, Dogs More Adoptable
The goal of pet foster parenting is always to make animals more adoptable, which should mean fewer cats and dogs euthanized. Another plus: Pets that come out of foster programs are less likely to be returned by adoptive families, McClatchy Newspapers reports.
City Considers ‘Dangerous Dogs’ Ordinance
The Saginaw City Council on Monday postponed the first of two votes necessary to implement an ordinance that cracks down on owners of "dangerous dogs" and limits the number of pups-per-household to three, The Saginaw News reports.
At Least 10 Dogs Poisoned in Trailer Park
An animal cruelty investigation is under way following the poisoning deaths of at least 10 dogs since Saturday at a sprawling mobile home park in San Diego’s Lincoln Park neighborhood, The San Diego Union-Tribune reports.
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