The Daily Dog

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Pet cloning market proves hit or miss

“Will veterinarians soon be seeing the “same” dog again, after its death? Is there a market for cloned canines? That depends on whom you ask. Until recently, two companies were vying to be first into the market. Now one is going out of business, and the other is building a brand new, $5-million facility in South Korea.”

VIN News

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Iowa: Lawmakers favor restraints on puppy mills

“Photos of dogs with matted fur, fleas, blackened teeth and crippled legs confined in breeders’ cages that are too small prompted outrage among state lawmakers of both parties Tuesday.”

Des Moines Register

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Former Kennel Operator Sentenced To More Than 5 Years In Federal Prison

“It started almost four years ago when a group of friends chipped in $1,800 to buy a co-worker a lifelong companion. It ended Tuesday afternoon when a federal judge sentenced Blountville resident Gina De’Lynn Price to 5 years and 11 months in federal prison.”

Bristol (VA) Herald Courier

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Better than a biscuit: Scrappy can go home

“Scrappy, the aging wolf-dog, went home Friday after a Polk County judge said the animal was improperly seized by Des Moines animal control officials.”

Des Moines Register