The DogChannel Newswire (05-19-08)

More pets sharing office space; quarantine lifted for guide dogs; and other dog news from around the country.

Posted: May 19, 2008, 5 a.m. EDT

Officials Rescue 25 Emaciated Dogs in Alaska
Mat-Su Animal Control officials say they have uncovered one of the worst cases of animal cruelty they have ever seen, KTUU News (Alaska) reports.
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Niagara Falls Humane Society Drops Fees for Dogs Permanently
The Niagara Falls Humane Society has slashed adoption fees by as much as 60 percent on dogs and cats with the hopes of finding more pets good homes, Niagara This Week News reports.
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More Pets Sharing Office Space
Dogs and cats and fish, oh my! More than 63 percent of American households own a pet today, which equates to 71.1 million homes and a whopping 382.2 million pets, according to a recent American Pet Products Manufacturers Association survey of pet owners. So are Fluffy and Fido just hanging out at home, or are they going to work with their human companions? News Channel 8 (Washington, D.C.) reports.
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Kansas Man Faces Sentence for Fatal Pit Bull Attack
A Kansas City man convicted of involuntary manslaughter when a pit bull he harbored or possessed attacked and killed a neighbor was scheduled to be sentenced Friday, the Kansas City Star reports.
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Quarantine Lifted; Canines, Companions Are Reunited in New York
A potential kennel cough outbreak shut down training for more than two weeks at Guide Dog Foundation, the Times Beacon Record (Smithtown, N.Y.) reports.
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