Adoptions of older dogs surge, report says

Lara Spencer reports the buzziest stories of the day in 'GMA' Pop News.
2:22 | 03/10/17

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And we begin with some dog news. Y'all know I love to get my rescue on especially with the older pups. Turns out I am not alone. A new report in "The Washington post" happily says more and more senior dogs are getting adopted than ever before. Thanks to agencies that are supporting the cause. They're like fine wine, people. Contrary to popular belief old dogs can learn new tricks, one study showing they actually do better in reasoning tests than puppies and that their long-term memories do hold up and here my friends living proof. My four-legged family. There they are. Harry, dandy, cocoa and front and center, little Lucy, all rescue, all adopted as adults, ages unknown. I didn't realize your dogs are color coordinated. Yes, they are. Also the headline news, they give dogs reasoning tests? Yes. That is a subtitle in this story. That is true. Well, you know what, I think agencies are looking to create reasons for people to consider dogs over 3 years old. That's the age where you go to a shelter, people don't want to see dogs over 3 and you're missing out on the best -- They get a lot of treats. Yeah, right. That testing is like here's another biscuit. You know you like it. Okay, so rescue, everybody. That was the point of that. Also in "Pop news" this morning if you're looking to live like a king the historic palace where Henry VIII and Ann Boleyn stayed for their honeymoon may be the destination for you of the we know their story didn't end well especially for Ann but sure began beautifully in this castle Thornbury castle two hours west of London built in the 15th century for the duke of Buckingham before king Henry claimed it for himself. It functions as a hotel holding 28 ensuite bedrooms including the bedroom occupied by the royal couple. Also popular vineyard on the property and one of the finest today Dhar gardens in all of England and can be yours for just 10 million American dollars. It looks really nice but you can imagine, honey, I want to take you to a place that Henry VIII took Ann Boleyn. Before he beheaded her. It is pretty and an the market. I have to do my real estate reports, dog, real estate and we finish with this. A tantrum if you will fit for a

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