The DogChannel Newswire (05-11-09)

Plan to track retired Greyhounds in U.K.; Poodle gets skunked; and other news.

Posted: May 11, 2009, 5 a.m. EDT

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Plan to Track Retired Greyhounds in U.K.
Greyhounds will be required to have microchip implants to help trace them in their retirement under government proposals to raise welfare standards, BBC News reports.
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East Coast Towns Unveil Dog Name Lists
The governments in the Massachusetts towns of Wellesley and Newton said the top dog names in their villages are Bailey and Lucy, respectively, United Press International reports.
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‘Poo-free Parks’ Goal of Denver Entrepreneur
Poo Free Parks plans to install more than 200 dispensers of biodegradable poop pick-up bags in as many as 25 Denver parks, including the city's six big dog parks, the Denver Post reports.
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Indianapolis to Crack Down on Commercial Dog Breeders
Commercial dog breeders will have to register with the state and provide their dogs with daily exercise once a new law takes effect in 2010, The Associated Press reports.
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Skunk Attacks Poodle in Pennsylvania
Dog owner Michelle Tonkin says the skunk came into her yard in Swatara Township, Pa., and fought with her Poodle, Wgal.com reports.
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