dogs Lawmakers Closer To Letting The Dogs Out…At Restaurants By Cheyna Roth • May 25, 2017 Alan Levine / flickr.com If you want to take your favorite dog out to eat with you, you might soon be in luck. Listen Listening... / 0:36 Cheyna Roth reports on legislation that would allow dogs to accompany their owners at outdoor restaurants. Appeals Court: Dog Not Dangerous Til It Bites Someone By Rick Pluta • Apr 27, 2017 Mandee Sears / flickr.com A dog in Michigan is not considered legally dangerous until it bites or attacks someone. That’s the word from the state Court of Appeals. Listen Listening... / 0:35 The Michigan Public Radio Network's Rick Pluta reports on the Michigan Court of Appeals's ruling that dog is not dangerous until it bites someone. Plans To Open A New Dog Park In Ann Arbor Continue To Move Forward By Jorge Avellan • Mar 22, 2016 City of Ann Arbor Ann Arbor's Planning Commission will meet tonight. Plans for a new dog park will be included in a general parks and recreation presentation. Listen Listening... / 0:32 WEMU's Jorge Avellan reports on a meeting to discuss a new dog park in Ann Arbor. $700 Puppy Stolen From Ypsilanti Township Is Gaining National Attention By Lisa Barry • Feb 26, 2016 Stuart Collins / Pet City Pets A male Yorkie-Poo puppy, valued at $700, was stolen from an Ypsilanti Township pet store, and the story is gaining national attention. Dog alerts residents of fire in Brighton Township By Associated Press • Mar 27, 2014 Wikipedia Media Commons BRIGHTON TOWNSHIP - A German shepherd is credited with saving the lives of four people who suffered minor injuries in a house fire in Brighton Township. Cats Make Spring a Busy Time for Humane Society By Bob Eccles • Apr 3, 2013 The Humane Society of Huron Valley is almost always a busy place, but things really pick up in the spring. Hear more from WEMU's Bob Eccles.