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Issue 63: Feb/March 2011


Dogs Left at Home
Determining Your Dog’s Age; Helping Hands
Dog-Friendly Nashville
Q&A with Jeffrey Masson; Kit’s Corner
Chasing the White Dog
Home Works
SF Giants’ Tim Lincecum’s Favorite Cy
Smiling Dogs
Show+Tell; Me & My Dog; Family Dog
Art: The Dog Show at Mascot Gallery




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From This Issue

Magazine: Web Exclusives

News: Weekly Smilers

Smiling Steadman By Cory and Jessica

News: Show & Tell

Jake & Diane My & My Dog By The Bark
Hershey & Ryan Me & My Dog By The Bark

Wellness: Healthy Living

Good Old Dog Signs to watch for in your aging dog By Nicholas Dodman

Wellness: Health Care

Relieving Arthritis Strategies for relieving your dog's arthritis pain By Kathy Davieds
Cruciate Conspiracy Second Opinion By Nick Trout
Asking Your Veterinarian Tough Questions Reasonable Expectations By Nancy Kay

Good Dog: Behavior & Training

Cautious Canines Understanding and helping fearful dogs By Karen B. London
Countering Counter-Surfing Troubled by Temptation By Victoria Stilwell

Good Dog: Studies & Research

Aging Lessons Longevity researchers turn to dogs. By Sheila Pell

Culture: Stories & Lit

Chloe’s In Love The Chloe Chronicles By Lee Harrington
Vesper: A Heartbeat at My Feet The brief lives of dogs leave deep tracks. By Suzanne Loebl
Stories from the Great Wheel of Life An interview with Byambasuren Davaa, director of "The Cave of the Yellow Dog" By Cameron Woo
An Open Letter To My Puppy An apology for my dog-owning deficiencies By Flannery Dean
Be Gentle: I know my dog is old A call for improving our etiquette with older dogs. By Susan Seligson

Culture: Reviews

Do Over Dogs By The Bark
Dogs Can Sign, Too A Breakthrough Method for Teaching Your Dog to Communicate
Dog Sense How the New Science of Dog Behavior Can Make You a Better Friend to Your Pet By Susan Tasaki
Walking the Talk Two new books reveal worlds expanded by dogs By Claudia Kawczynska

Culture: Science & History

Is Your Dog Waiting For You? New study reveals that our dogs are affected by how long we're gone. By Lisa Wogan

Dog's Life: Humane

In Praise of Senior Dogs The benefits of adopting a more mature companion. By Tom Cushing

Dog's Life: Travel

Have Dog, Will Travel: Southern Comfort Nashville By Lisa Wogan

Dog's Life: Work of Dogs

Canine Ridealong Riding along with a K-9 unit—a behind the scenes look at training, patrolling and bad guys By Rebecca Wallick

Dog's Life: Lifestyle

Here Comes the Bride... and Her Dog From flower pups to well-heeled guests, dogs take their place in weddings By Lisa Wogan

Dog's Life: DIY

Knitted Dogs Crafts By The Bark