Fashion for Fido

April 2008
Weekly Reader News - Edition 3;4/25/2008, Vol. 77 Issue 26, p2
The article reports on the doggy footwear that police dogs in Düsseldorf, Germany will be sporting in spring 2008. About 20 police dogs which include Belgian and German shepherds will be wearing blue plastic-fiber shoes when working, to protect them from injuries while working or when they are on a mission. Police spokesperson Andre Hartwich says that these dogs will get used to this kind of fashion in due time.


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