Friday, June 15, 2012

Doggie News From Today

A new study concludes that Presidents carefully plan when to be seen with their presidential pups.

Dads and Dogs parade in Fremont this Sunday, in celebration of Father's Day.

National Agility Trials are taking place this weekend in New York. Those are always really fun competitions to watch

Dogs save family from a house fire. It's really amazing how often this happens--it's great to know that our four-legged-friends have our back, right?

Dogs compete with their owners in an annual surfing contest

A new San Francisco program pairs pooches and panhanlders, to help combat homelessness of both the human and canine varieties.

A dog named Woolf spends his days helping children--as a part of the READing Paws program, he goes to schools and reads with children. He also works as a courtroom therapy dog (which we've been hearing a lot about for the past couple months or so). I'm glad that those kids can have the extra support they need during a very stressful time of their lives.

Hope that you guys have a good night, and I'll see you again tomorrow!


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