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Issue 35: Mar/Apr 2006
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[Q & A] Unhealthy Obsessions: “Ask the Behaviorist” addresses a dog’s fascination with lights and shadows. By Karen B. London, PhD
[Behavior] Both Ends of the Leash: Dispelling the myth of “getting dominance over your dog.” By Patricia B. McConnell, PhD
[Craft] Brighten Up a Rainy Day: Sew up a snazzy doggy raincoat. By Trina Moore
[Rescue] Basic Black: The plight of the Big Black Dog. By Deb Hipp
[Wellness] No Gain from Pain: Pain doesn’t just hurt; it also harms. By Christie Keith
[Career] Vocation Vacation: Find out if a job with the dogs is right for you. By Lisa Wogan
[Health] The Big Itch: Diagnosing and treating canine allergies. By Heather Gordon
[People Who Matter] Changing from Within: Jill Robinson is working hard to change the way companion animals are regarded in Asia. By Heather Bloch
[Book Reviews] Ella in Europe by Michael Konik, Teach Your Dog to Read by Bonnie Bergin with Sharon Hogan, Canine Body Language: A Photographic Guide by Brenda Aloff, Cancer and Your Pet by Debra Eldredge, DVM and Margaret H. Bonham, Unleashed: The Dog Runs of New York City by Frances R. Sheridan.
[Endpiece] Willow’s Birthday Party By Deborah Thompson

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Good Dog: Behavior & Training

Behavior: Unhealthy Obsessions in Dogs Light Chasing By Karen B. London

Good Dog: Activities & Sports

Bond with Your Dog Over Agility Training Challenge your best friend physically and mentally and you’ll both reap the rewards By Julia Kamysz Lane

Dog Culture: DogPatch

Author Interview: Susan Orlean By Robert Birnbaum

Dog's Life: Lifestyle

Two Wieners and a Mummy A camping trip with two Dachshunds is an exercise in futility By Val Mallinson

Dog's Life: Travel

Vocation Vacation Find out if a job with the dogs is right for you By Lisa Wogan

Dog's Life: Humane

Black Dogs Face a Hard Choice at Shelter Don't judge a dog by his color By Deb Hipp