The DogChannel Newswire (10-03-07)

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Most of Vick’s Dogs Will Go to Families and a ‘Sanctuary’
All but one of the dogs seized in the Michael Vick dogfighting case will be placed with families or put in a sanctuary, where they will interact with people to overcome their fear and lack of socialization, according to court order filed Monday, CNN reports.
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Nazi Dog Trainer Suspect to Be Deported
Federal officials said Monday that they planned to deport an elderly German man living in Georgia who they said was a guard and dog trainer in Nazi death camps, The New York Times reported. 
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Mutilated Dogs Wind Up in Happy Homes
The two dogs who were found with hind legs cut off have found new homes. Misty and Rocky, named by caretakers who nursed them back to health, were discovered separately in August in Kansas City’s Northeast area, The Kansas City Star reported.
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Go, Dog, Go! Watch, People, Watch!
A hand-painted sign on the entrance to the larger of the two dog runs in Washington Square Park leaves little wiggle room: “No people without dogs. No dogs without people”, The New York Times reports. 
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Your Whole Pet
In the still-heated debate over reducing shelters deaths in California, there is probably no more polarizing figure than Nathan Winograd, former director of operations for the San Francisco SPCA, SF Gate (San Francisco) reports.
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