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It's Summer!

By Meera Dolasia on July 7, 2017
It's Summer!

Summer’s here, which means it’s time for the DOGOnews team to take a short break and prepare for the upcoming school year. We will be back in a few weeks with more exciting news articles. Meanwhile, be sure to browse through the over 3,000 published articles and see what you might have missed or re-discover some old favorites.

Adorable Pooch Fired From Police Force For Being Too Friendly Lands A Better Job

By Sona Dolasia on July 2, 2017
Adorable Pooch Fired From Police Force For Being Too Friendly Lands A Better Job

When six-week-old Gavel arrived at the Government House, the official residence of the Governor of Queensland, in April 2016, everyone thought it would be for just a short period. The adorable purebred German Shepherd was, after all, being trained to become a Queensland Police Service (QPS) dog to help officials chase down criminals. Given that five members of his extended family are currently in the force, there was little doubt of his success.

U.K. Gym Offers Group Napping Classes For Exhausted Clients

By Meera Dolasia on May 15, 2017
U.K. Gym Offers Group Napping Classes For Exhausted Clients

In our increasingly fast-paced, technology-driven world, most adults do not get the recommended 8-10 hours of sleep every night. Things are even worse for those with young children. A recent study revealed that 86% of parents in the United Kingdom complain of fatigue and about 26% get less than 5 hours of sleep every night. To provide exhausted patrons a little relief from their hectic schedules, David Lloyd Clubs, a chain of gyms and fitness centers in Europe, has introduced a napercise class!

Mother's Day Gifts Will Earn U.S. Retailers $23.6 Billion!

By Meera Dolasia on May 10, 2017
Mother's Day Gifts Will Earn U.S. Retailers $23.6 Billion!

Every Mother’s Day, Americans show their appreciation for the special woman in their lives by showering her with lavish gifts. This Sunday (May 14) is going to be no exception. A National Retail Foundation (NRF) study of 7,400 people revealed that consumers plan to spend an average of $186 for the holiday, totaling to an astounding $23.6 billion. This is the highest amount since the survey began 14 years ago, and easily topples 2016’s record spend of $21.4 billion.

Indonesian Activists Rescue Rare Albino Orangutan

By Meera Dolasia on May 4, 2017
Indonesian Activists Rescue Rare Albino Orangutan

On April 29, officials at the Borneo Orangutan Survival Foundation (BOSF) received a tip from the local police chief that some villagers in Indonesia’s West Kalimantan province were holding a Bornean orangutan captive. When the rescue team arrived at the Tanggirang village they discovered that instead of the signature orange-reddish brown hair, the great ape had white hair, a paler skin color, and blue eyes. The mammal was also very sensitive to light.

Tom Harrison AKA 'Mr. Gorilla' Completes London Marathon After Six Days

By Meera Dolasia on May 1, 2017
Tom Harrison AKA 'Mr. Gorilla' Completes London Marathon After Six Days

On Sunday, April 23, almost 50,000 athletes took to the streets to compete in the 37th London Marathon. While few were able to get even close to Daniel Wanjiru’s 2:05:48 winning time, none were as slow as Tom Harrison, who literally crawled to the finish line, six days later, on April 30.

Free Comic Book Day Is Just A Week Away!

By Meera Dolasia on April 30, 2017
Free Comic Book Day Is Just A Week Away!

If you are a comic book fan or just love free things, you are in luck — Saturday, May 6 is Free Comic Book Day. As the name indicates, it is the day when retailers across the globe will give out free comic books to anyone that walks into the store.

Video Of The Week — Doggy Ice Cream Parlor Is A Success With Canines

By Meera Dolasia on April 24, 2017
Video Of The Week — Doggy Ice Cream Parlor Is A Success With Canines

All canine owners know that feeding their pets regular ice cream can result in serious health issues. Many dogs are lactose intolerant and consumption of dairy upsets their digestive systems. Moreover, just like in humans, eating large amounts of sugar causes dogs to become hyper and unfocused, and can also result in dental cavities, diabetes, and obesity. Now, thanks to Mauricio Montoya, some lucky dogs in Mexico City are finally able to enjoy the frozen treat without their owners worrying about any harmful side effects.

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