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Bauer-Griffin No Jessica Simpson interview is complete these days without an inquiry into the much-publicized loss of her Maltipoo, Daisy. The five-year-old dog, a gift from her then-husband Nick Lachey, was taken by a coyote one month ago and is now presumed dead. "Daisy meant the world to me," the star told UsMagazine.com. "I hold her memory very, very close. It was an unfortunate thing what happened. That I don't have her every day... it's a very hard thing to talk about." Will Simpson get a new dog? "I haven't really thought about another dog yet, but maybe sometime," Simpson continued. "[Daisy] would want that." Betsy Rosenfeld, author of "The Complete Single's Guide to...

Photo: Joe Corrigan, Getty Images | Bauer-Griffin Martha Stewart has reportedly apologized to Jessica Simpson for seemingly unsympathetic comments Martha made about the loss of Jessica's dog, Daisy. But is Martha really sorry? Read on and decide for yourself. Daisy, a Maltese poodle mix who was Jessica's constant companion for the last five years, was snatched by a coyote on September 14 and has not been seen since, despite the efforts of pet detectives. The day after it happened, Martha publicly chastised Jessica, telling Usmagazine.com, "It's pretty sad. She should have watched it more closely, though. She should have been more careful." Ouch. Daisy's disappearance and presumed death...

Photo: X17online Professional pet detectives are assisting in the search for Daisy, a Maltese-poodle mix belonging to Jessica Simspon, who was abducted by a coyote -- before the singer's own eyes -- on September 14, reports 3News. But instead of hunting on foot, the pet detectives are working the phone lines. Findtoto.com, a pet locater service, offered to help Simpson free of charge by broadcasting a "lost pet alert" telephone message to 1,000 homes in the Los Angeles neighborhood where Daisy went missing, reports Us Magazine. "We're kind of an AMBER alert for missing pets. We took the address of where Daisy went missing and we used that as a bulls-eye," Colleen Busch of...