Tuesday, March 09, 2004

Do Dogs Sell Newspapers?

Looks like the Globe and Herald think so.

The Herald has the story:
Dogs get their day at city hearing: Tearful owners decry `hot spots.
Crumb, a 15-month-old Vizsla who was shocked on Harrison Avenue last week, peers down on the proceedings. (Staff photo by Nancy Lane)
The Globe has the story:
NStar spars with city on electric shocks.
Crumb, a Hungarian Viszla, was on hand for yesterday's hearing; his co-owner testified that a shock in Chinatown has changed the dog's disposition. (Globe Staff Photo / Bill Greene)
Note to Globe proofreaders: It's spelled V-i-z-s-l-a.

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