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Issue 71: Sep/Oct 2012


It’s A Dog’s Life

Dogs Can Make Children Healthier. By Claudia Kawczynska

Kitchen Diy: Healthy Meal Matches

Young Scientist; LA Food Truck Aids Rescue

Destinations: Leaf Peeping With Pups. By Lisa Wogan

Book Marks: Letter To My Dog; I’m A Good Dog: Pit Bulls In America; Homer

Embark: Sri Lankan Humane Effort With Style.

Smiling Dogs: Simply Irresistible

Recipes: Kale Frittata By Kathryne Taylor

Guest Editorial: Doggie Dependence Debate By Kelly Oliver, PhD

Homeworks: Tips On Scoring At Flea Markets

Second Opinion: Magic Act By Nick Trout, DVM

Setting The Table By Rick Woodford

Raw Food Primer By Elizabeth Kennedy

Book Reviews: Little Boy Blue; What Are Dogs For?; Zoobiquity



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Submitted by Courtney | August 17 2012 |

I am so honored that Bark magazine has chosen my photograph for the cover and we are beyond thrilled to see how adorable our sweet little Loki looks there!!! Thank you Bark magazine you guys are awesome!!! Can't wait to receive our copy! :)

Submitted by Kathy King | August 29 2012 |

My heart is overjoyed at the selection of this photo. Loki was part of a litter born to a stray at the shelter. Through Animal Shelter Volunteers of Texas, I fostered the mom, Loki and her litter mates from the time they were 1 day old until she went home with her forever family. I can't express how happy I am that her new family loves her so much, and was kind enough to share this with me. Our little pin-up girl :-)

Submitted by Robin | September 6 2012 |

Would not have been possible without you, Kathy! She came to us healthy and happy thanks to all of your love and hard work!

Submitted by Christine | January 16 2013 |

Does this eye color run with pug ancestry? I have a foster puppy with some pug whose grey eyes are turning green like this one.

Submitted by Courtney | October 18 2013 |

Christine I am not sure. When we adopted her they said her mom looked like a cairn terrier but they had no idea about the father. She's all grown up now and looks like a little short hair terrier mix but she does have big eyes!

From This Issue

Wellness: Health Care

Second Opinion: Magic Act A Vet’s Perspective By Nick Trout

Wellness: Recipes

Kale Frittatas Dog-Sized Baked Frittatas By Kathryne Taylor
Quick Mix-and-Match Meals Kitchen DIY By Deva K. Khalsa

Wellness: Healthy Living

Dogs Can Make Children Healthier What would we do without dogs By Claudia Kawczynska

Wellness: Food & Nutrition

Raw Food Primer Raw feeding isn’t just for experts anymore [Expanded] By Elizabeth Kennedy

Good Dog: Behavior & Training

Boost Your Dog IQ Managing expectations about your dog’s behavior makes for a good relationship By Camille Ward
Skin Deep Looks aren’t everything, but they do play a role in communication By Julie Hecht

Good Dog: Studies & Research

Education: Gone to the Dogs Canines claim their territory on college campuses By Pamela S. Hogle
The "D" Word: Dominance We talk about dominance, but do we really understand it? By Karen B. London

Dog Culture: DogPatch

Interview Michelle Obama First Lady Michelle Obama talks with us about two of her favorite subjects—healthy children and a happy dog. By Claudia Kawczynska
Are Dogs’ Mouths Cleaner Than Humans’? Young Scientist in Action By The Bark
Call to Action Q&A with Kim Kavin, author of Little Boy Blue By Claudia Kawczynska

Dog Culture: Reviews

Book Review: Homer Greenwillow Books/Harper Collins By Annik La Farge
Book Review: Little Boy Blue & What’s a Dog For? Two new books dig into important dog-world issues, but only one stands out By Claudia Kawczynska

Dog Culture: Stories & Lit

Somebody’s Been to the Vet By Jeff Steinbrink
Carriage Trade By Todd Stansfield
Digital Dogs Can a quiz help you find true love? By John Woestendiek
That's Amore! Swept away by an Italian charmer By Mary McCarthy

Dog's Life: Travel

Fall Viewing with Dogs Leaf-Peeping with Pups By Lisa Wogan

Dog's Life: Humane

La Dolce Vita Raising Money for Rescue By The Bark
Doggie-Dependence Debate Are people crazy to admit they need their dogs? By Kelly Oliver
Embark: Saved by a Wristband Sri Lankan Humane Effort With Style.
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Dog's Life: Lifestyle

Eyes in the Sky Dog-specific GPS takes the worry out of exploring By Rebecca Wallick
Setting the Table Healthy Eating By Rick Woodford

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