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Issue 40: Jan/Feb 2007


[Crafts] Fleece Dogs: Make a whole pack of “mini-dogs.”
[Training] By the Numbers: Seven Activities for a Bad-Weather Day By Karen B. London, PhD
[Travel] Sun Valley By Gay Salisbury
[Wellness] Herbs, Nature’s Medicine By Jan Allegretti and Katy Somers, DVM
[Behavior] Both Ends of the Leash Behavior Interruptus—good habits make good dogs, so teach them early. By Patricia B. McConnell, PhD
[Health] What’s new in vaccination schedules and titers. By Barbara Royal, DVM
[Legal] Is a Pet Just a Pet? Developments in companion animal death cases By Bliss Foster
[Sports & Activities] Playing with Precision Obedience and Rally-O are more than just teaching your dog to heel, sit and stay By Julia Kamysz Lane
[Activity] Making Tracks: Snowshoeing Another way to enjoy a snowy day By Andi Marie Cantele
[Organizations That Matter] Delta Society Thirty years ago, decision made by a handful of doctors and veterinarians helped transform the way we view our four-pawed companions By Lisa Wogan
[Reviews] Melancholia’s Dog by Alice A. Kuzniar; The Hard Way by Carol Lea Benjamin; Paws and Reflect by Neil Plakcy and Sharon Sakson, The Places in Between by Rory Stewart
[Endpiece] A Boy’s Best Friend By Nancy Lowell George

Cookie Takes the Bus—Adventurous Italian pup hops a bus, has an unplanned vacation. By Tracey Gambarotta
Dog Nation Update—Off-leash hours are now official in NYC parks By Chuck Bennett
The Pause That Refreshes—Some airports go the extra mile for traveling dogs By Beth Finke
Waste Management—It happens, to paraphrase the bumper sticker. So what are you going to do about it? By Kay Elliott
War Dogs—an exhibit highlighting heroic animals. By Lisa Wogan
Mi Mejor Enemigo A new Chilean film. By Rachel Bonilla
Smiling Dogs Our newest family album!
Top Dog Cancer Care in NYC By Lee Harrington



More in 2007:
Issue 44: Sep/Oct 2007