N.Y. bill would make official state dog those that are rescued

04/22/2011 | New York Times (tiered subscription model), The

Two legislators in New York are proposing a bill that would designate rescue canines as the state dog, in an effort to promote the adoption of shelter dogs in the state. If the bill passes, New York would join the ranks of states such as Maryland and Pennsylvania, which have already adopted a state dog.

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