Super Bowl Ads, Dogs Seized, Leash Warning (Round Up)

Today's Monday morning dog news round up (Feb 6, 2012)

Woman Given Dog Lead Allegedly Drives Car in to Park Worker
A woman who was warned for not leashing her dog at Eaton Canyon Nature Center in Pasadena allegedly got in her car and struck the Los Angeles County park employee who spoke to her, leaving the victim with injuries to her legs.

Super Bowl Ads a Real Dog's Dinner
The Super Bowl is over, but there’s still plenty of time on the clock for folks who want to help pick the Big Game’s winning TV commercial. Sunday night, for sure, ads with dogs had the most bark.

Dogs Seized in Raid on Coventry Home
seized two dangerous dogs in a raid on a house in Coventry. Officers swooped after tip-offs about suspected illegal pitbull breeding. After obtaining a warrant, officers teamed up with dog experts to visit a home in Morey Street, Foleshill. They found two pitbull-type dogs, a nine-year-old male called Judas and a 15-week-old female called Haze, who were seized and taken away to secure kennels.

Today's Recommended Reading:

  1. Keep Pets Safe in Cold Weather
  2. World's Greatest Salesman Has Four Legs, Says K9 Magazine
  3. VW Dog Super Bowl Advert Wins Admirers

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