The DogChannel Newswire (04-28-08)

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Posted: April 28, 2008, 5 a.m. EST

UC Berkeley’s K9 Dogs Sniff for Bombs, not Bones
Officer Hans Williams and Detective Bruce Bauer work at University of California, Berkeley, a campus where police over the decades have often been viewed with suspicion and disdain. These two get a different reaction, thanks to K9 partners who answer to Morgan and Bear, the San Francisco Chronicle reports.
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Seven Cloned Dogs Train for Drug-Sniffing
The dogs are now part of the way through a series of tests in South Korea set up to establish whether or not they're really fit for the job. Good genes aren't always enough, after all, Popular Science reports.
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Bone-Shaped Seats at London Dog Parks Get Mixed Reactions
Bones of contention, or doggone good pieces of public art? It's the latter for some new attractions in London's dog parks, judging from the reactions of pet owners, the London Free Press reports.
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Deputy’s Dog Finds a Fortune in Texas
If not for Deputy Elmo's olfactory expertise, investigators searching the modest brick home in northwest Harris County might have passed the bedroom closet without giving it a second glance.
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Ronaldinho: A Dog Helped Me Learn to Play
Brazilian soccer star Ronaldinho revealed that a dog in his neighborhood in Porto Alegre, Brazil, helped him learn to play soccer and develop his skills by chasing the ball around with him after other boys had gone home, reports.
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