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                    [Title] => Small dogs with long noses live longest — study
                    [Summary] => Small dogs with long noses, such as whippets and miniature dachshunds, live for years longer than large flat-faced breeds such as English bulldogs, new research said.
                    [DatePublished] => 2024-02-02 15:34:00
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                    [Focus] => 1
                    [AuthorID] => 1806895
                    [AuthorName] => Daniel Lawler
                    [SectionName] => Pet Life
                    [SectionUrl] => pet-life
                    [URL] => https://media.philstar.com/photos/2021/05/19/welsh-corgi-puppy_2021-05-19_19-42-52467_thumbnail.jpg

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                    [ArticleID] => 344851
                    [Title] => A dog’s tale
                    [Summary] => The more one comes to know men, the more one comes to admire the dog. She came to us one September day. Tan, with long ears and a long body with short legs, we  immediately christened her Ginger. My youngest daughter Cheska wanted initially to call her Nido, in honor of her favorite brand of milk and as partner to Ginger’s brother, which we called Milo. But since the only white parts we could find were the whites in her eyes and teeth, we opted for Ginger.
                    [DatePublished] => 2006-07-01 00:00:00
                    [ColumnID] => 133272
                    [Focus] => 0
                    [AuthorID] => 1238715
                    [AuthorName] => Cora Acosta
                    [SectionName] => Modern Living
                    [SectionUrl] => modern-living
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                    [ArticleID] => 151785
                    [Title] => To Dog or Not to Dog
                    [Summary] => My neighbor put up a "Beware of dog" sign on their gate even though they don’t have a dog, not even a stuffed one.  The sign is there as a security precaution, to deter people who may have less than honorable intentions.  Commenting on the sign, my helper confessed that she too tells passers-by who ask that yes, we do have a dog inside.  Needless to say, she thinks it would be a great idea that I get a "Beware of dog" sign to hang on our gate.

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