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Web Exclusives: Apr/May 2010
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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!   Breed Rescue Our online reader supplied breed rescue list Strategies for Dog Rescuers Finding a balance by Julia Kamysz Lane A Teachable Moment Targeting: Go to Your Mat By Sandra...
Magazine: 2010
Issue 59: Apr/May 2010
Spring is upon us, and with it comes fresh ideas and new beginnings. What better way to greet the new season than to meet our new friends—Bark’s Fab Four cover pups will win your heart. The theme of “natural” dog is woven through this issue—the ways that dogs bring us back into nature, helping us discover or reconnect more fully with our environment and realize the importance of protecting it....
Magazine: Web Exclusives
Web Exclusives: Feb/Mar 2010
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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 Dog Treats Valentine Liver Nibbles By Lucy Postins Pup-Perfect Cleaning Tips Tricks of the Trade By Tom McNulty Dog Census Extras Mine: Taken by Katrina Extended Q...
Magazine: 2010
Issue 58: Feb/Mar 2010
Starting the year with a bang, we sing the praises of more than 100 people who’ve made a difference for dogs, learn about the canines (and photographs) behind the work of American master Norman Rockwell, relish the increased momentum behind the no-kill movement, and announce our new columnists, Victoria Stilwell and Nick Trout. We then round out this delicious mix with a flourish of...
Magazine: 2009
Issue 57: Nov/Dec 2009
As the year and a decade wind down and seasonal celebrations ramp up, we present a full monty of fun, inspirational and thought-provoking reads. In “Wonder Dogs,” we do a 10-year round up of all the amazing jobs dogs have been schooled to do for us. Perfect for this time of year, we look at the joys of fostering—if you haven’t already, this article might inspire you to invite a canine guest in...
Magazine: 2009
Issue 56: Sept/Oct 2009
As summer’s not-so-lazy days give way to autumn’s cool breezes and falling leaves, we delve into good work being done here and abroad. We tell you how amazing, life-saving “disaster” dogs are identified and trained, what’s being done to help street dogs in an island paradise and about the perils of breeding for looks. We also talk it up with three dog-loving writers and find out the part pups...
Magazine: 2009
Issue 55: July/Aug 2009
Summer’s here, and if your idea of a good time is a shady spot, a companionable dog and a good read, we’ve got you covered—on the “good read” front at least. Among other gems, our annual Dog Lit section features a preview from Rita Mae Brown’s memoir, while Pulitzer Prize–winner Geraldine Brooks talks about the dogs in her life and comedian Carol Leifer reveals her affinity for shelter pups....
Magazine: 2009
Issue 54: May/Jun 2009
Come on in—the reading’s fine. If you’re looking for inspiration, you’ll find it in stories about a cross-country rescue, how one man instigated a puppy mill bust, how children learn kindness and how a Texas terrier is lending a nose to help endangered sea turtles. Looking for ways to save money? We have tips on stretching your vet dollars as well as recipes for tasty home-cooked meals. Bark...
Magazine: 2005 & Earlier
Issue 30: Spring 2005
Our Spring 2005 issue has bloomed with a colorful mix of articles and art sure to delight. We interview Vilmos Csányi, renown ethologist, about his extensive study of animal behavior and the mind of the dog. Bark visits a host of dog camps learning the ABCs of these canine/human retreats. We profile a hopeful network of animal rescue and adoption, joining forces between south and north....
Magazine: 2005 & Earlier
Issue 31: Summer 2005
Our special summer issue showcases a stellar cast of writers and artists, whose work will delight and entertain you. We called on Mo Rocca, David Sedaris, Merrill Markoe, Terry Bain and John Dufresne to share their dog-focused humor. We also have a chapter from Bruce Goldstein’s forthcoming memoir about his pup-life conversion, and in installment XVII of “Rex in the City,” Lee Harrington...

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