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November 16th 2009 - Smiling Dogs
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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...
Blog: Guest Posts
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...
Magazine: Web Exclusives
Web Exclusives: Nov/Dec 2009
Expand your horizons here.
Welcome to our web exclusives. This is where you’ll find new and topical articles, instructions, links for taking action, multi-media bonuses and expanded versions of material in the print magazine. Enjoy!  Exclusives and Extras Dog Trick Training Teach a Flip Finish. By Sandra Mannion Heart to Heart with Frank Ascione, PhD Academia and humane interests converge at University of Denver. By...
Blog: Guest Posts
It’s Raining Cats and Dogs in Michigan
At the groundbreaking symposium on animal welfare.
Today, the eyes of many in the world of animal care are focused on Michigan State University (home of non-animal mascot, Sparty the Spartan), where veterinarians and animal welfare experts are meeting for the first-of-its-kind Joint International Educational Symposium on Animal Welfare. “We think that this symposium could have tremendous impact,” says Dr. Ron DeHaven, CEO of the American...
Blog: Weekly Smilers
November 9th 2009 - Smiling Dogs
Blog: Guest Posts
Check Out The Dog Run
Field-tested advice on jogging with your co-pilot.
Feeling inspired by Meb Keflezighi’s NYC Marathon victory? Channel those nervous legs and check out the November issue of Runner’s World. In a special column, Bark’s very own Claudia Kawczynska provides some quick tips on jogging with a dog including the benefits for you and your pooch, selecting a running buddy and getting started. Quite a few of our writers, bloggers and editors are serious...
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More Working Dogs
Meet the “Wonder Dogs”
It’s no secret that in addition to being great companions, dogs are our willing and generous collaborators, doing jobs that make our lives safer and easier. As Barbara Robertson observes in “Wonder Dogs” in the upcoming issue, “They’re more than our best friends, they’re our partners. For millennia, dogs have lived and worked at our sides, helping us in ways too numerous to count.” In the soon-to...

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