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Issue 72: Nov/Dec 2012
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It's a Dog’s Life
TEAM UP: It (can) take a village. By Claudia Kawczynska
RECIPE: Blueberry Scones
MUSE: Robin and Linda Williams bluegrass tribute to Tessie Mae
DESTINATIONS: Marfa, Texas; Asheville, North Carolina
FAMILY DOG: the Goletto Family
SMILING DOGS: Always irresistible
HOWL: Fire Hydrant Chats By Heather Armitage
ON VIEW: Preview of museum and gallery shows
Q&A: Rickie Lee Jones The singer and her dog, Juliette—rock on.
EDITOR'S PICKS: Gifts for Family and Home.
HOLISTIC HEALTH: Winterizing your dog’s coat By Deva Khlasa, DVM
MONEY MATTERS: More Affordable Pet Meds. By Martha Connors
HEALTH: Spaying Alternatives. By Nick Trout, DVM
BEHAVIOR: Do dogs understand the meaning of words? By Julie Hecht
DIY: Cozy, comfy dog sweaters.
BEHAVIOR: Play training helps aggressive dogs. By Karen B. London, PhD
PHOTO ESSAY: International Dog Stalking. By Kimberly Wang
AUTHOR’S NOOK: Mystery writer Deborah Crombie talks dog.
BOOK REVIEWS: The Big New Yorker Book of Dogs, Rabid, An Echo Through the Snow, Wallace, The Dog Stars, Tough Love (DVD)
ENDPIECE: The Perfect Housemate By Miriam Fox Gabler
POETRY: Brian Beatty, Donna Hughes, Brian Fitch

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Submitted by Linda Tapp | February 8 2013 |

I wanted to tell you how excited I was to see a Small Munsterlander on the cover of the winter issue. Since our family moved back to the US from the Netherlands in July 2012 with our 1 year old Heidewachtel (the Dutch name for Small Munsterlanders) we have not seen another anywhere. These great dogs are much more popular in Europe but I think if more Americans knew more about this wonderful breed, they would be more sought after in the States. I’d love to see you cover this breed again in the future.

From This Issue

Wellness: Health Care

Spaying Alternatives A Kinder Cut? Advances in spay procedures By Nick Trout

Wellness: Recipes

Wellness: Healthy Living

Making Pet Meds More Affordable Greater choice made available to pet owners By Martha Schindler Connors

Wellness: Food & Nutrition

Winterizing Your Dog's Coat The Well-Oiled Dog By Deva K. Khalsa

Good Dog: Studies & Research

Do DNA Tests Reveal Genetic Secrets? The Beauty of Diversity By Jane Brackman
Do Dogs Understand Our Words? Say What? By Julie Hecht

Good Dog: Behavior & Training

Play-Training Helps with Aggression in Dogs A powerful tool to handle aggression By Karen B. London
Living in a Multi-Dog Household A Full House By Barbara Smuts

Dog Culture: Stories & Lit

Chloe Chronicles: Chow hounding Part VIII: Scarf the Herald Angels Sing By Lee Harrington
Fire Hydrant Chats By Heather Armitage
My Life with Dogs Animals In and Out of Books By Deborah Crombie
The Perfect Housemate By Miriam Fox Gabler

Dog Culture: Reviews

Book Review: The Big New Yorker Book of Dogs Where metaphors, irony and attitude are unleashed By Claudia Kawczynska
Tough Love: A Meditation on Dominance and Dogs DVD Review, Anchorhold Films/Tower Hill Films
Book Review: The Dog Stars By Claudia Kawczynska

Dog Culture: DogPatch

Muse: Robin and Linda Williams Song To Their Dog Bluegrass Tribute By Claudia Kawczynska
Q&A Rickie Lee Jones The singer and her, dog, Juliette — rock on. By The Bark

Dog's Life: Work of Dogs

Dog Assisted Therapy: Is Your Dog a Good Fit? Lending a Helping Paw By Patricia McConnell

Dog's Life: Humane

Why Foster? Make a Dog Ready for a New Home Every dog needs a forever home, fostering helps dogs to find one. By Kim Kavin

Dog's Life: Lifestyle

Team Up It (can) take a village By Claudia Kawczynska

Dog's Life: DIY

Cozy, Comfy Dog Sweaters Knit Picks By The Bark

Dog's Life: Travel

Dog Friendly Marfa, TX and Asheville, NC Pack up and head for a Winter Escape By Susan Tasaki

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