Best in snow? Bill would make Labrador retriever Minnesota’s top dog

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Best in snow? Bill would make Labrador retriever Minnesota’s top dog

A Minnesota lawmaker says she wants to bring some joy and humor to the State Capitol this session by getting people talking about dogs.

State Sen. Carrie Ruud, R-Breezy Point, unveiled legislation Tuesday to designate the Labrador retriever as Minnesota’s official dog breed. During a news conference with some fellow lawmakers and some dogs, Ruud said the bill can help build relationships.

“We look at the dogs down here and they’re having a good time getting along together and maybe we should take that as our example,” Ruud said.

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Among other things, Pat Biswanger is an animal lover, a lawyer, a professor of law, and a grandmother. She is also executive director of the Federated Humane Societies of Pennsylvania and welcomes your comments, questions, and suggestions about the Federated: pbiswanger@pafederatedhumane.org.