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Issue 36: May/Jun 2006
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DEPARTMENTS
[Art] Chili: Two artists, one home, one dog. by Keiler Sensenbrenner & Scott Roberts
[Working Dogs] Larry Allen: Bloodhound trainer talks to Bark about what makes these working dogs exceptional. By Claudia Kawczynska
[Q&A] Help for the Home-Alone Dog: Behaviorist offers tips for keeping your dog happy when you’re not there. By Karen B. London, PhD
[Travel] Travels to Europe with Kaiser: Poodle jumps through hoops to get to Europe. By David Simler
[Behavior] Both Ends of the Leash: Well-trained doesn’t necessarily mean well-behaved. By Patricia B. McConnell, PhD
[People Who Matter] Every Living Thing Has Value: Dr. Eric Davis of RAVS brings veterinary services to rural areas here and abroad. By Heather Bloch
[Wellness] Epilepsy: A Holistic Approach By Jenny Taylor, DVM
[Legislative] Speaking Up for Animals: Lawyers fight for protection of companion animals in disaster situations. By Bliss Foster
[Sports] Team Play! Flyball is the name of this game. By Julia Kamysz Lane
[Health] Blood Will Tell: Monitoring your dog’s health through blood work. By Christie Keith
[Book Reviews] Cesar’s Way by Cesar Millan, Rousseau’s Dog by David Edmonds and John Eidinow, The Dogs Who Found Me by Ken Foster, Pup Parenting by Lynn Lott, Jane Nelsen and Therry Jay
[Endpiece] Dogma By Don Katnik
 

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