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Magazine: 2009
Cover Dog Charlie
Our Nov. '09/Jan '10 issue cover dog, Charlie, is one of the cutest pups we've ever seen. Her photo (at left) and story from Aly Anderson came to us on a Monday, and within a week, she was posing for Amanda Jones for the cover. Charlie was rescued from a Guatemala street in March of this year and nursed back to health by the folks at AWARE. At three months old, she was on a plane to Los Angeles...
Blog: Guest Posts
Update: Puppy Mill Bust
One couple pleads guilty, others face charges
The Seattle Times reported that the couple arrested for running a puppy mill in January, where 160 dogs were found in deplorable conditions in Gold Bar, Wash., pled guilty on Nov. 20 to six counts each of first-degree animal cruelty. (Bark covered this bust with a story by Jan Rodak in the May/Jun 2009 issue.) The prosecution is seeking a 12-month sentence for each defendant.   A second couple...
Blog: Weekly Smilers
November 30th 2009 - Smiling Dogs
Blog: Weekly Smilers
November 23 2009 - Smiling Dogs
Blog: Guest Posts
People’s (and Pups’) Choice
Victoria Stilwell coming to Bark in 2010.
Has canine supernanny Victoria Stilwell steered her shiny black convertible into your heart yet? She’s the dog trainer who brings positive strategies to some gnarly behavior challenges with effective aplomb on Animal Planet’s It’s Me or the Dog. No television, you say? That’s not a problem anymore. Starting in February, Ms. Stilwell will write an exclusive column on training for every issue of...
Blog: Weekly Smilers
November 16th 2009 - Smiling Dogs
Blog: Guest Posts
Friday Funnies
And what big teeth you have...
A prehistoric take on dominance training from B.C. TGIF.
Good Dog: Activities & Sports
Skiing and Snowshoeing with Your Dog
Powder, hard pack, drift, blizzard—whatever you call it, snow’s a fact of winter life in many parts of the country. It covers our favorite paths and can turn casual outings into endurance sports. What’s a pup and her person to do when it’s colder than a three-dog night? Well, as it turns out, plenty. If you can walk, you can snowshoe  or cross-country ski, and if you’re even moderately skilled...
Dog's Life: DIY
Wrap It Up
While dogs would be happy to have their gift treats piled on the floor in front of them, their human companions will appreciate a more thoughtful presentation. This year, try the traditional Japanese art of wrapping gifts in fabric squares—furoshiki—as an attractive and functional way to reduce paper waste. Not only is this an eco-sensitive option, the fabric can be put to other uses, doubling...
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Another Recall
Pig ears and beef hooves recalled for salmonella.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) issued a health alert, last week, warning consumers not to use pig ears or beef hooves pet treats manufactured by Pet Carousel because they may be contaminated with salmonella. It sounds like these treats could be for sale just about anywhere—they were distributed nationwide and to chain stores. Brands to look out for include Doggie Delight and Pet...

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