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Magazine: 2005 & Earlier
Issue 27: Summer 2004
A summertime’s worth of fun and reading await you in issue 27. Don’t miss Bark’s special literature feature showcasing new stories by Augusten Burroughs, Anthony Doerr and Mary Oliver. Looking for a summer getaway? We bring you 50 ideas, from the San Juan Islands (WA) to the Catskills (NY), one for each state! In the aftermath of 9/11, new studies examine the after effects and possible long-term...
Magazine: 2005 & Earlier
Issue 26: Spring 2004
Our newest issue, Spring #26, is just bursting with tantalizing articles. Ann Patchett, author of Bel Canto, interviews the divine diva, Renée Fleming about two of her favorite things, opera and dogs! Our renowned behaviorist, Trisha McConnell explores the similarities and differences between dogs and wolves. We look at the importance dogs can have to the health and well-being of senior citizens...
Magazine: 2005 & Earlier
Issue 25: Winter 2003
We kick off the Winter/Holiday season with an issue that is sure to delight and, hopefully, move you. Our cover features an exquisite portrait of two best friends (a Siberian Husky and Australian Kelpie) by New Zealand photographer Rachael Hale. Novelist Ann Patchett writes a tender essay on the joys of a domestic life. We investigate canine sidekicks in detective fiction; and we track down those...
Magazine: 2005 & Earlier
Issue 24: Fall 2003
We kick off our favorite season with a nod to the schoolkid in all of us, our Fall issue highlights striking historical themes. This year marks the centennial of the first flight of those inventive Dayton, Ohio brothers, Wilbur and Orville. But did you know that they were also dog lovers? Also one hundred years ago, Bud, a goggle-wearing Bulldog, became the first canine co-pilot on the inaugural...
Magazine: 2005 & Earlier
Issue 23: Summer 2003
Get ready for a summertime’s worth of fun and entertainment with Issue 23. Be sure to read up on preparedness tips before venturing onto backcountry trails, and learn about detector dogs who are helping in wildlife conservation efforts and tracking dogs who help find lost dogs. From the scientific front, a look at a remarkable 40-year-long project that is studying canid domestication with a rare...
Magazine: 2005 & Earlier
Issue 22: Spring 2003
Step right up for Issue 22’s special feature! Ricky Jay, prestidigitator and historian of the arcane, takes us behind the scenes to unveil the secrets of stage dogs from another century. William Wegman and his Weimaraner collaborators perform their wizardry with vintage sideshow banners in a series entitled, “Strange But True.” Kevin House, whose banner art also graces our cover, brings a...
Magazine: 2005 & Earlier
Issue 21: Winter 2002
Bark's current issue (our largest with 104 pages) features cover art by Lucian Freud, who has been called, "the greatest living realist painter". The cover painting marks its U.S. debut! A profile of the reclusive artist and his passion for dogs is included as a special feature. Also in this issue are articles on truffle hunting hounds; news from cancer researchers; fido flea market treasures;...
Magazine: 2005 & Earlier
Issue 20: Fall 2002
The Bark's new Fall issue celebrates our fifth anniversary! A special feature on young talent-Generation K9 showcases new voices and a fresh take on canine culture. Rescue and healing focus on Latin America with holistic vet Donna Kelleher's visit to Cuba and a look at Puerto Rico's strays. Plus holistic care and behavior, dog parks, a unique training academy and knitting for your canine friends...
Magazine: 2005 & Earlier
Issue 19: Summer 2002
The Bark’s new Summer issue features a celebration of John Steinbeck’s Travels with Charley; Summer travel ideas; a profile of biologist Marc Bekoff; canine stories by Bonnie Jo Campbell and Stephen Kuusisto; photography by Dorothea Lange and Deborah Samuel; plus holistic care and behavior, humor, book reviews and much more. Full color, 96 pages + cover. Order this issue online or visit your...
Magazine: 2005 & Earlier
Issue 18: Spring 2002
The Bark’s new Spring issue features an exclusive look at the Dogs of Tolkien; a cook’s tour of Paris with your dog; a survey of The New Yorker dog cartoons; new canine stories by Connie May Fowler and Jon Katz; Pulitzer prize-winner Maxine Kumin; plus holistic vet and behavior—free colorful spring postcards designed exclusively for The Bark. Plus hilarious and insightful commentary, book reviews...

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