The DogChannel Newswire (05-27-08)

Search-and-rescue dog gets a pacemaker; police dog Justice wins competition; and other dog news.

Posted: May 27, 2008, 5 a.m. EDT

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Fairfax Police Dog Wins Competition
Criminals can't hide from Justice. He'll fight tooth and nail to keep you safe: chasing down suspects, finding hidden narcotics – even summoning the willpower to avoid tasty treats when in hot pursuit. And he and his partner smoked the competition from three states in the annual Virginia Police Canine Association Iron Dog Competition, held this year in The Plains, the Washington Post reports.
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Lifeboat Rescue for Stranded U.K. Dog
Arnold, a Saint Bernard-Mastiff mix followed another dog down 130 steps to Whipsiderry beach near Newquay, but was too old – and fat – to climb back up, BBC News (United Kingdom) reports.
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Vets in Missouri Install Pacemaker in Search-and-Rescue Dog
After years of helping authorities look for murder victims and survivors of natural disasters, a search-and-rescue dog named Molly has been rescued herself, the Associated Press reports.
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Teen’s Canine Companion Is ‘Heaven Scent’
Any student will tell you it's rude to snore in class, but there is one member of Rebecca Moore's eighth-grade class at Vallemar School who can get away with it – Duke, an amazing service dog who can sniff fluctuations in blood sugar on his human partner with diabetes, the Pacifica Tribune (California) reports.
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Acrobatic Chinese Dog Steals Show
A Chinese dog has performed a breathtaking high-wire stunt in front of thousands of spectators, the Daily Times (Pakistan) reports.
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