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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! Full color, 96 pages + cover.
Order this issue online or visit your favorite bookstore/ newsstand today—don’t miss out!

APPEARING IN THIS ISSUE:
FEATURES
Dogs: Wolf, Myth, Hero & Friend A landmark exhibit presented by the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County opens this fall- the noted researchers who spearheaded this extraordinary exhibit, Drs. Susanna B. Hecht, Blaire Van Valkenburgh and Robert K. Wayne, give Bark readers a preview.
Generation K9 Fresh writing and art from the next generation of dog lovers, plus an interview with activist Danny Seo and bright ideas from young entrepreneurs.
Second Chance Satos Save-A-Sato, a unique rescue/ transport organization, brings hope to Puerto Rico's gentle, intelligent street dogs. By Twig Mowatt, with photography by Heather Bohm-Tallman.
Cuba Holistic veterinarian Donna Kelleher travels to Havana to teach acupuncture and meet her Cuban counterparts; the learning exchange goes both ways and helps her regain her own healing touch.
Dogs of Stone A special tour of Parisian landmarks, by Isabelle Collin.

DEPARTMENTS
[Behavior]
Dog Friendships-how much your dog's playmates matter. by Jeannette Cooperman
[Gimme Shelter]
Glen Highland Farm: a Border Collie sanctuary. By Elizabeth Hess and Anne Watkins
[Legal]
Profile of Steven M. Wise, advocate for legal rights for animals. by Hattie C. Wolfe
[Training]
SF/SPCA's Dog Training Academy by Paul Klein
[The Other End of the Leash]
Grieving: coming to terms. by Patricia McConnell, Ph.D.
[Working]
A guide dog's retirement. by Beth Finke

STORIES
Where the Dogs Are (Confessions of a Reluctant Grown-up) by Dan Zevin
What's Your Canis Major? The young and dogful. by Alysia Gray Painter
Rex in the City: Part VI Love is in the air. by Lee Forgotson

HUMOR
Anya and the Snooze Button Do dogs help us climb the corporate ladder? by Marzena Czarnecka
Second Hand Smoke She admits it-she smokes. But should her dogs? by Candi Farnsworth

ART
castaneda/reiman Concrete canines provide foundation for collaborative artists. by Samantha Schoech
Walton Ford An extraordinary painter inspired by nature, informed by history. by Alice Jurow

Photographs: Courtesy of the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County; Donna Kelleher; Isabelle Collin

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