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Issue 36: May/Jun 2006


[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




From This Issue

Wellness: Health Care

Holistic Treatments for Epilepsy in Dogs A holistic approach to canine epilepsy By Jenny Taylor

Culture: DogPatch

Every Living Thing Has Value Dr. Eric Davis and the RAVS team take their veterinary show on the road to benefit underserved animals everywhere. By Heather Bloch
Renaissance Art An artist’s best friend—the dog in Renaissance painting By Edgar Peters Bowron

Culture: Reviews

Cesar’s Way The Natural, Everyday Guide to Understanding & Correcting Common Dog Problems By Pat Miller

Culture: Stories & Lit

An Emotional Rescue Katrina puppy shows couple the way back. By Beverly Breton Carroll

Dog's Life: Work of Dogs

Beagle Brigade Carrying crocodile meat or contraband tulip bulbs? Watch out for the Beagle Brigade! By Genevieve Rajewski
Bloodhound at Work Bloodhound fan and trainer Larry Allen reflects on the delicate bond between dog and handler. By Claudia Kawczynska