The DogChannel Newswire (12-31-07)

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Posted: December 31, 2007, 5 a.m. EST

Hotels Go to the Dogs
The rising acceptance of pets in hotels is pitting the 63 percent of U.S. households that own pets against the estimated 17 percent of the U.S. population that tests positive to cat or dog allergens, The Wall Street Journal reports.
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Chihuahua Helps Police Find Suspect
A three-pound Chihuahua mix named Tink helped police capture a fugitive after the dog found the suspected minivan thief hiding under a motor home, the Associated Press reports.
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Residents Worry Coyotes Are Losing Fear of People
After a coyote attacked two dogs and injured a woman in Erie, Colo., some residents believe the animals are losing their fear of people, making it tougher to keep them at bay, ABC 7 News (Colorado) reports.
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Woman Allowed to Keep a Few of the 237 Dogs Seized
An elderly woman will get to keep three of the 237 dogs that were removed from her Texas home, but her lawyer says her dog breeding days are over, the Houston Chronicle reports.
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Regin   Philadelphia, PA

12/31/2007 8:29:28 AM

I'm responding to the "Residents worry coyotes are losing fear of
I don't agree that the coyotes should be attacking us but what do people expect when we continuously build on their habitat. Think about
They've lived on 30+ acres of land and then boom an entire forest and a field are wiped out and people get irate when they seen wandering next to a school.

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