Issue 64: Apr/May 2011
The Bark takes you on dog-filled journeys far away and close to home.
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Cover Dog: Bayou Apr/May 2011
News: Weekly Smilers
Wellness: Food & Nutrition
Five Reasons to Make Your Dog's Dinner Donald Strombeck's book cooks up nutritious recipes for your dog.
How and Why to Cook Your Dog’s Food An interview with Barbara Laino
Wellness: Health Care
Veterinarian's Pet Peeves What not to do at the vet’s office.
Should you treat your dog with stem cell therapy? Second Opinion
Good Dog: Activities & Sports
How to Run Barefoot with Your Dog Perfect landing for toes & paws
Dog Sports Keep Seniors on Their Toes Forever Young
Good Dog: Behavior & Training
Eight Basic Training Cues to Teach Your Dog Cue ’em in
Good Dog: Studies & Research
Dogs Use Non-Aggressive Fighting to Resolve Conflicts Dogs have many ways to resolve conflicts
Every Home Needs a Harvey YouTube hit touts the joys of adoption.
Gene Sharp: Wagging for Freedom Sit (In)!
The History of Pointer Brand's Canine Mascot The Real Deal
PhyDough’s Dog-Friendly Food Truck Curbside Treats
Paul Gauguin: A Mythic Life in Painting The Ultimate Global Traveler
Q&A with Animator Bill Plympton Bill Plympton draws upon a universal doggedness—the search for love.
Culture: Stories & Lit
Chloe Chronicles, Part I: New Dog Homecoming Sight Unseen
Doctors Without Borders Volunteer Finds Comfort in an African Dog Home is where the dog is … living and working in Africa
Dogs Bring Comfort in the Wake of the Virginia Tech Tragedy Throwaway dogs provide comfort in frightening times
How to Train a Goose Dog The chaser in the rye
Dog's Life: Travel
Dog-Friendly Travel: Boston Have Dog, Will Travel
Dog's Life: Humane
The Trouble with Dogs on the Galapagos Blue-Footed Boobies and Siberian Huskies
The “Pill” for Strays: Nonsurgical Sterilzation New approaches to overpopulation
Dog's Life: DIY
Seriously Cute Crochet Dogs Ami Ami Dogs
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