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Issue 49: Jul/Aug 2008
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DEPARTMENTS
[Nutrition] The Politics of Pet Food Calorie labeling. By Marion Nestle, PhD, and Malden Nesheim, PhD
[Adventure] The Reluctant First Mate A woman and her dog sail the Atlantic Ocean. By Melody Coulter
[Masterworks] Mary Cassatt & Berthe Morisot Woman Impressionist painters
[Recipe] Summertime Treats Make your own! By Jessica Disbrow Talley and Eric Talley
[Postcard from Los Angeles] Barking for a Living Voice-over pros tell how to talk dog. By Alysia Gray Painter
[Both Ends of the Leash] Not Tonight—I Have a Paw Ache That suddenly cranky pup could be suffering from undiagnosed pain. By Patricia B. McConnell, PhD
[Safety] FrankenBones The downside of rawhide—can it harm your dog? By Sheila Pell
[Wellness] Joint Efforts Arthritis management takes careful coordination. By Martha Schindler Connors
[Ask the Behaviorist] Backsliding on Recall By Karen B. London, PhD
[Reviews] The Labrador Pact; We Give Our Hearts to Dogs to Tear; We Can’t Stay Together for the Dogs; Dog Body, Dog Mind
[Endpiece] A Bird in the Paw By Donna Hicks Myers

DOGPATCH
Dog Days—A picnic of summertime treats.
Eyes in the Sky—GPS technology finds missing dogs.
SAR Call to Action—Search Dog Foundation ready to grow.
Cover Dog—Meet Penny and her best buddy Nemo.
New Lynda Barry Comeek—Getting Along with Others.
Online: Hear Lynda Barry talk about her work and her new book, What It Is, on NPR’s Arts Audio/Video (scroll down).
Happy Endings—Rescued pup inspires boy.
Online: Hear Mark Federman read his essay.
Smiling Dogs—All new, all happy.
Family Dogs—A Sunday buggy ride, and Fido’s on the job.
Chew on This—Himalayan yak milk chews.
HOP on the Bus, Gus!—Boulder’s new dog-friendly bus line.

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