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Web Extras: May/Jun 2009
Good stuff we couldn’t quite fit into our June 2009 issue.
You know how when you order a milkshake at an old-fashioned ice cream parlor the really good soda jerks always manage to make a little too much, which they let you have to replenish your drink. That’s how we see Web Extras. This is where you’ll find stuff—expanded versions of articles, instructions and links for taking action, and sometimes multi-media bonuses—we couldn’t quite fit in the...
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April 20th 2009
New Smiling Dogs every week!!E-mail your photo to us, be sure to include your dog's name in both the subject line & as the title of the photo. Your smiler might find a place in the magazine or even on our website. It is important to include your name/address in the message. If you don't have a photo of your dog smiling, we have other contests for you to consider.
Magazine: 2009
Meet Charlotte
Cover Dog: May/Jun 2009
“Cute, sweet and cuddles good”—Heather LaHaise’s son provides the perfect description of Charlotte, the six-month-old Pit Bull girl on our cover, photographed by Amanda Jones during a southeastern swing. This little Southern belle was scooped up from a Columbia, S.C., roadside and taken to Wescott Acres Pet Rescue, where LaHaise found her and took her home. Charlotte now occupies her days...
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April 13th 2009
New Smiling Dogs every week!!E-mail your photo to us, be sure to include your dog's name in both the subject line & as the title of the photo. Your smiler might find a place in the magazine or even on our website. It is important to include your name/address in the message. If you don't have a photo of your dog smiling, we have other contests for you to consider.
News: Guest Posts
Dynanmic Duo
Snuggling like cats and dogs.
Frieda, a two-year-old female Chihuahua, and Morgana, a nine-month-old female tabby mix, were surrendered together to the Marin Humane Society last week. The unlikely pals were victims of the economic bust; Frieda and Morgana’s owner lost her home as a result of the financial crisis. And we were all geared up to do our part pitching for this cross-species dynamic duo today, only to discover that...
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April 6th 2009
New Smiling Dogs every week!!E-mail your photo to us, be sure to include your dog's name in both the subject line & as the title of the photo. Your smiler might find a place in the magazine or even on our website. It is important to include your name/address in the message. If you don't have a photo of your dog smiling, we have other contests for you to consider.
News: Guest Posts
April Is the Droolest Month
It’s raining dogs and cats this spring.
Forget about the whole April is the cruelest month business. With apologies to T.S. Eliot, it’s quite the opposite. It is, in fact, National Prevention of Animal Cruelty Month. The ASPCA kicks-off its month-long awareness effort on April 7, when iconic buildings across the country will be bathed in orange light—the ASPCA’s signature color. On that same day, the cruelty-busters from Animal Planet’...
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March 30th 2009
New Smiling Dogs every week!!E-mail your photo to us, be sure to include your dog's name in both the subject line & as the title of the photo. Your smiler might find a place in the magazine or even on our website. It is important to include your name/address in the message. If you don't have a photo of your dog smiling, we have other contests for you to consider.
News: Guest Posts
Stay Home TV Night
Tonight, two programs shed light on puppy mills—before and after.
Tonight, ABC’s Nightline is running the first major investigative report on puppy mills since Oprah’s exposé about one year ago. The story, which includes chilling footage from a hidden camera, also features a surprisingly cooperative Mennonite commercial breeder offering a tour of his operation. (This is probably a one-of-a-kind moment.) The program will be tough to watch, but it’s an essential...
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March 23rd 2009
New Smiling Dogs every week!! E-mail your photo to us, be sure to include your dog's name in both the subject line & as the title of the photo. Your smiler might find a place in the magazine or even on our website. It is important to include your name/address in the message. If you don't have a photo of your dog smiling, we have other contests for you to consider. Click here for more...

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