The first documented set of identical twin puppies were born to an Irish wolfhound in South Africa, according to the findings of a paper authored by an international team of veterinarians and recently published in the journal Reproduction in Domestic Animals. News of the unprecedented birth resonated throughout global media and social media outlets Thursday, with dog lovers worldwide rejoicing at the announcement and sharing photos of the adorably cute pups.
The law went into effect in October, but local lawmakers, animal advocates and restaurateurs touted the bill last week to remind dog lovers to take advantage of their newfound ability to bring cute and cuddly Fido and friends to outdoor restaurants while the weather is warm.
“I look at my dog Chloe and I just can’t imagine not giving her the room to walk and run when she is outside.”
“A snow storm is no place for a pet.”