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DOGS

Stolen dog found by local CBS reporter -- After seeing surveillance of Lucy being stolen, KHOU-TV reporter Matthew Dougherty made it his mission to find her -- Aug 21

After seeing surveillance of Lucy being stolen, KHOU-TV reporter Matthew Dougherty made it his mission to find her

CBS News - 10 hours ago

A YouTuber is defending herself after accidentally uploading raw footage showing her hitting and appearing to spit on her dog

Houts issued an apology to fans on Twitter, saying that she was having a bad week and that she's not an animal abuser "in any way, shape, or form".

News 24 - 1 day ago

Dad Arrested After 12-Year-Old Daughter Hits Man and Dog With SUV

Tomas Mejia Tol’s daughter had managed to get behind the wheel of a black Ford Explorer parked in the lot at the Serenity at CitySide Apartment complex in Houston Thursday, police said.

Inside Edition - 3 days ago

Woman Who Lost Her Limbs After Dog Lick Says She Won't Stop Loving Her

One mom is adjusting to her new normal after losing her hands and legs because of a dog lick.

Inside Edition - 15 days ago

Mom Who Lost Hands and Legs to Dog Lick Still Loves Her Pet German Shepherd

When Marie Trainer first woke up from a coma without her limbs, she initially wished doctors had let her die.

Inside Edition - 15 days ago

This Air Force Veteran Built the Kind of Company She'd Want to Work For. It All Started With a Chili Dog

Air Force veteran Angie Lienert built her high-flying business around a great culture--after a chili dog changed her life.

Inc. - 1 month ago

Dog owners worry about grain-free pet food after FDA report -- The FDA's latest update has intensified doubts about grain-free diets, which the federal agency first raised as a concern a year ago when it began looking into a possible food link to the deadly heart condition. Among 515 reported cases of DCM were breeds not typically genetically prone to the disease, with the FDA noting, "the common thread appears to be legumes, pulses (seeds of legumes), and/or potatoes as main ingredients in the food."

The FDA’s latest update has intensified doubts about grain-free diets, which the federal agency first raised as a concern a year ago when it began looking into a possible food link to the deadly heart condition. Among 515 reported cases of DCM were breeds not typically genetically prone to the disease, with the FDA noting, “the common thread appears to be legumes, pulses (seeds of legumes), and/or potatoes as main ingredients in the food.”

Toronto Star - 1 month ago