The DogChannel Newswire (05-17-08)

Maryland’s real dog detective; Britain’s top 10 costliest canines; and other dog news from around the country.

Posted: May 17, 2008, 5 a.m. EDT

Ten Pit Bulls Taken in California; Fights Suspected
Ten pit bulls and items that authorities say are typically used in dogfighting have been seized from a house in Ramona, Calif., the San Diego Union-Tribune reports.
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Hitting the Trail With Fido
There’s no question that America’s great outdoors are paradise for pets. From flower-carpeted mountain sides to spectacular waterfalls and panoramic vistas — there are so many wonderful pet-friendly hiking trails to discover, MSNBC.com reports.
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Expanded Effort Against Dogfights Announced in South Carolina
Attorney General Henry McMaster was joined by a number of law enforcement officers at Lamar Advertising in Columbia to announce an important new expansion of the partnership in the state's battle against animal fighting, the Times and Democrat reports.
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The Real Maryland Dog Detective
Hampstead’s Laura Totis has been chasing dogs, cats, ferrets, rabbits, hens, cows, and llamas on the lam for the past five years. Turtles and tortoises, too. Apparently, some hard-shelled species can make a getaway faster than you’d think, the Frederick (Maryland) News-Post reports.
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The Top 10 Costliest Canines
A British insurance company has put together a list of what breeds people spend the most money on, and the biggest bucks, it turns out, go to the smallest dog, the Baltimore Sun reports.
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