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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...
Magazine: 2005 & Earlier
Issue 17: Winter 2001
The Bark’s new winter issue is a must read—Search and Rescue in the aftermath of 9/11, noted author Donald McCaig’s natural history of dogs, touching stories by esteemed author Alistair MacLeod, ex-New Yorker staffers Maeve Brennan and Brenda Peterson, and a glowing cover by artist Lauri Luck. This standout issue also features new essays by author/media critic Jon Katz, humorist Cynthia Heimel...
Magazine: 2005 & Earlier
Issue 15: Summer 2001
We are heading into the summer of 2001 in grand style with two special features. One is a review of places to travel with a water-loving dog. As we learn, even Pugs love a day on the beach. We also explore the meaning behind the well-worn phrase “dogs as members of the family.” Through personal insights by authors such as Ann Patchett, Carolyn Heilbrun and Deborah Digges we come away with an...
Magazine: 2005 & Earlier
Issue 14: Spring 2001
We are kicking off 2001 with another award-winning issue filled with the best in dog culture—activities, behavior, health, literature and art. We present a new column by eminent holistic veterinarian Cheryl Schwartz, D.V.M., who brings us her recommendations on alternative health care. We are also launching a new series of true life stories called “Rex in the City,” which chronicles the life of a...
Magazine: 2005 & Earlier
Issue 12: Summer 2000
Doggies in the Outer Field Canine Rookies Join the Major Leagues as Home Run Retrievers by Bill English First Encounters of a Doggy Kind Noted authors share their memories with Louise Rafkin Fort Funston: Land of the Leash-Free Can dogs, birds and plants co-exist? by Susan McCarthy The Truth about Spats and Dogs Divorce—Doggy Style by Shane DuBow Paris France Gertrude Stein’s classic book...
Blog: Weekly Smilers
Weekly Smiler 6-24-13
Smiling Dog
Bisco
Our featured smilers of the week. See more in our Smiling Dogs Gallery. This week: Bisco, Cisco, Shelly, Timmy, and Vedder.
Dog Culture: Reviews
Train Your Dog Positively
Published by Ten Speed Press
 train your dog positively
Positive-reinforcement dog training has become so prevalent that it’s hard to recall a time when collar jerks and ear pinches were popular. In Victoria Stilwell’s new book, she gives an easy-to-read overview of why and how PR training works, then shows how it can be applied to canine issues, from addressing common behavior problems to tackling separation anxiety, stress and aggression.

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