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At one point during the Frederick County Humane Society's Walk-N-Wag day, Kevin Moriarty took a second to pause and listen
The Newark Dog Park opens in August. It will be located off Wisconsin Avenue at 39th and Newark Streets in Northwest.
How they growl says a lot.
Allowing dogs outdoors at restaurants has been touted as a way to increase tourism in downtown Frederick.
A poll finds 58 percent would return to a danger zone if they thought they could save their pets.
Man's best friend may soon be allowed to dine alongside his owner in some Frederick County restaurants.
Check out the lists of the most popular D.C. and Baltimore dogs. Find out what unusual dogs are in Richmond's top five.