Every dog has its day, but "Fido" has had more than his share.
Since 1985, he's appeared in 111 headlines in the
Sometimes he's paired with a cat friend, such as this 2009 Health article about quitting smoking, "Do it for Fido and Fluffy."
Who is this Fido, and how does he keep nosing his way into headlines?
That's what Assistant Managing Editor
Not content to let sleeping dogs lie, Fuhrmann looked into The Times' usage and found that poor Fido had become a cliche.
Fuhrmann's findings inspired him to unleash a series of tweets Wednesday regarding "Fido"...