The DogChannel Newswire (04-16-09)

First dog gets children's book; copter airlifts stranded dog; and other news.

Posted: April 16, 2009, 5 a.m. EDT

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Bo Is No Political Animal
As the new first puppy romps on the White House's South Lawn, controversy swirls about the Obamas' choice of a purebred over a rescue dog, the Los Angeles Times reports.
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First Dog Gets His First Children’s Book
He’s already been the subject of obsessive media coverage, and now Bo will be the subject of a children’s book, The New York Times reports.
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Step 1: Buy Leash; Step 2: Quit Job
Parade magazine, in its annual “What People Earn” issue, has Jennifer Aniston on the cover and photos and salaries of dozens of ordinary Americans inside, including St. Louis dog walker and pet sitter Tammy Roussin, who pulls in $102,000 a year, the St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports. 
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Forsyth County Considers Tethering Ban
Forsyth County is considering an ordinance that would make it the latest government in metro Atlanta, Ga., to restrict chaining or tethering dogs, The Associated Press reports.
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Copter Airlifts Stranded Dog
No one knew his name or where he was from, or even how he got there, but a stranded dog alone and isolated between a raging stretch of the American River and a steep cliff mobilized a team of emergency workers for a daring rescue effort, the Auburn (Calif.) Journal reports.
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