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Tuesday, July 31, 2012

Bend has been named DogTown USA, the nation's dog-friendliest city by Dog Fancy magazine.

Bend earned the title for its canine-friendly recreational opportunities, businesses, restaurants and off-leash areas.

“Bend is a great place to live for pooches as well as people," said Kreg Lindberg, the president of DogPAC — a regional volunteer organization and advocacy group that promotes off-leash recreation.

Read more at the Bend Bulletin.

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