The DogChannel Newswire (06-16-08)

Act targets animal-abuse artists; Florida county considers spay-neuter law; and other dog news.

Posted: June 16, 2008, 5 a.m. EDT

Pets Help Abused Women – But May Make Them Vulnerable
A new study by the University of Windsor explores the often complex relationship between the victims of domestic violence and their pets, Globe and Mail (Canada) reports.
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Act Targets Animal-Abuse Artists
Artists and those who display works showing animal cruelty could wind up behind bars under a proposed law heard Friday by San Francisco officials, the San Francisco Examiner reports.
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Northwest London Dog Attack Victim Rehabilitated
A girl of 6 scarred for life in a dog attack is the first victim to undergo rehabilitation with a therapy dog under a new initiative, BBC News (United Kingdom) reports.
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Volunteers Work to Make Sure Pet Abusers Pay for Crime
Lucky, a golden-haired Cocker Spaniel, didn't stand a chance when he got tossed in the middle of two killer dogs. But Lucky and his owners did get justice thanks to the Dog Advisory Work Group, an organization of ordinary citizens who work as advocates in courts to make sure laws against animal abusers are fully enforced, the Chicago Sun-Times reports.
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Volusia County Wonders What to Expect From Pet Sterilization Law
County residents have less than four months to spay or neuter their pets, the Orlando Sentinel (Florida) reports.
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6/16/2008 6:13:51 AM

This is why we should not have dangerous dogs out on the loose (pit bulls, great danes etc) And this is why people are outlawing them. Fools.

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