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  • It's a dog's life at Celebrate Dogs! show in Orlando

    It's a dog's life at Celebrate Dogs! show in Orlando
    For Gabriel Rangel, "puppy love" means more than a fleeting infatuation.
  • National Dog Show remains popular Thanksgiving treat

    National Dog Show remains popular Thanksgiving treat
    The Thanksgiving Day "National Dog Show Presented by Purina" has been a hit with TV viewers since the first contestant walked into the ring in Philadelphia in 2002. Viewership that first year hit nearly 19 million. Last year, hosts David Frei and John O'...

    Elderly mom should be especially careful around cat that bites

    Elderly mom should be especially careful around cat that bites
    Q: My elderly mother adopted an 11-year-old Siamese cat 7 months ago. After three months, the cat began to bite her. The previous owners claim the cat was never aggressive. Mom tries to play with the cat and give it lots of attention, which didn't...

    Chicago's top sports executives show lighter side

    Chicago's top sports executives show lighter side
    Had a tycoon traipsed into a downtown hotel Thursday and offered Bears Chairman George McCaskey $3 billion to buy the team, it would have taken McCaskey longer to order lunch than to answer. "We've been in it for 95 years (and) my brother likes to say...

    South Florida animal actors working it for the cameras

    South Florida animal actors working it for the cameras
    They don't demand a champagne-stocked dressing room, will sit and stay on command, and are willing to work for kibble. They're animal actors and models — those dogs or cats whose exceptionally adorable faces you may see gracing ads, product...