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Spice Girl Emma Bunton's Missing Dog Has Been Found Dead

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So so so unbelievably sad….

Spice Girl Emma Bunton has found her missing dog but unfortunately, Phoebe was no longer alive when she was found.

Yesterday, Emma asked her Twitter followers for help finding her chocolate Lab, even offering a reward after the pooch wandered off her premises in London.

Baby Spice even enlisted the services of a world renown pet detective, Ace Venture , but she and her family became devastated when they heard the sad news.

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Labrador Retriever Is STILL The Most Popular Dog In America!

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Will no one dethrone this champion of all things CUTEz?!!

The Labrador Retriever has been named the American Kennel Club's Most Popular girl in school Breed for the 22nd time in a row!

We wonder who the Lab is going to take to prom??? LOLz!

The breed beat out

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Native British Dogs Seeing A Comeback In England!

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Now this is the sort of national pride we can get behind!!!

Dogs native to the British Isles are seeing a resurgence in popularity as more and more dog owners are switching back to the breeds.

Recently, dog owners had shunned native breeds for more exotic pets, like a Siberian husky or a chihuahua.

Now, English setters, English toy terriers, and Sussex spaniels have all seen significant increases in registration!

Unfortunately, the bump has not been seen in all of Britain's native pooches. The otterhound and Skye terrier are still in decline and these two breeds are even at risk for extinction!

NOOOOOO…that won't do at all!!!!

Currently, the Labrador Retriever is the most popular breed in England.

Let's get the otterhound and Skye terrier breeds up there too!

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