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Download The Full April 2021 Issue PDF

  • HOW TO SUPERVISE A GOOD PUPPY PLAYDATE
  • FI TRACKING COLLAR
  • GABAPENTIN
  • VERBAL CUES
  • SEIZE THE DAYCARE
  • WHAT'S THE RIGHT AGE TO GET THE KIDS A DOG
  • PREVENT EAR INFECTIONS - CLEAN YOUR DOG'S EARS
  • PADDLESPORTS SAFETY

Download The Full March 2021 Issue PDF

  • SMALL IRRITANTS CAN LEAD TO BIG DISTRESS
  • ON RESTRICTION
  • ROOM WITH A VIEW
  • DECOMPRESSION
  • TAKING CARE OF “TRIPAWDS”

Download The Full February 2021 Issue PDF

  • Dog Food Myth-Busting
  • WDJ’s Approved Dry Dog Foods for 2021
  • Care to Cooperate
  • To Buy or Adopt?
  • Punishment vs. Interruption

Download The Full December 2020 Issue PDF

  • “Quarantraining”
  • Don’t Wait! Prevent Collar Accidents
  • Dog Meet Dog
  • Canine Knee Injury? Brace Yourself
  • Helping You Keep Track
  • Annual Editorial Index

Download The Full November 2020 Issue PDF

  • Add-on Wellness Plans
  • Tethered for Success
  • A Kidnapped Baby from Planet Dog
  • Paws for Winter
  • What's My Motivation?
  • Savor The Flavor

Download The Full October 2020 Issue PDF

  • Rotary Club
  • Learning to Love It
  • Family Planning
  • Are Two Pups Better Than One?
  • A Can/Do Attitude
  • 2020 Approved Canned Foods

Download The Full September 2020 Issue PDF

  • Five Ways to Make Your Dog’s Yard Safe & Fun
  • Be a Change Agent!
  • Puppy Needs New Food
  • Ignore at Your Peril
  • Going Viral
  • Canine Stem Cell Therapy

Download The Full August 2020 Issue PDF

  • Behavioral Probiotics
  • Counter Productive
  • Let’s Increase Diversity in the Dog World
  • Ringworm Isn’t Either
  • Adopt or shop

Download the Full July 2020 Issue PDF

  • Fostering Rescue Pups
  • Ready for Anything
  • Crate Expectations
  • Safe Choices for Chewing in a Crate
  • It’s Time to Lose Weight
  • Life Lessons Learned From Training Dogs

Download the Full May 2020 Issue PDF

  • ON A ROLL
  • CANINE ULCERS
  • CHANGING THE RESOURCE-GUARDER
  • ON THE HORNS OF A DILEMMA

Poor Woody. He doesn’t love her, but she, like all the foster pups, loves him. I have to find a home for her!! ...

Haven’t yet managed to take a picture of the foster dog that doesn’t scream EARS! ...

Balancing on a rail fence! (He jumped off before I could get a shot that showed the fence more clearly... we will try again!) ...

A little drama right at sunset last night. I always pray to be with my dogs if those last golden rays of light break through like that. ...

I love it when they smile in their sleep. #anthropomorphicanimals ...

Best result from several attempts to get six dogs to stay still for one minute ...

“Something moved in the grass, I’m telling you!” ...

Two of these dogs don’t much care for the tractor-mower. One of them is riveted. I’ll bet you can guess which dog wouldn’t stop following me today. ...

Dogs don’t drive! (Except when parked. Why is the driver’s seat so popular with dogs?) ...

Smart foster girl earned off-leash privileges in three days (and got grass-stains on her forehead from somersaulting in the deepgrassrunningjoy) ...

Foster/assess project: So far, 100% adorable. ...

My sister and her three little dogs. Yes, she is one of those women who always carries a purse, and takes hikes in a colorful skirt. And yes, her dogs adore her and even off-leash, rarely get more than a few feet aeay from her. Otto stayed with them while I was on vacation and while happy to see me again, wasn’t THRILLED to ser me again, if you know what I mean. Thank you, Pam and family, for taking good care of him for me. ...

Today’s new friends. You may have guessed I am not at home. ...

Made a new friend today. Very personable. ...

This little service dog may be overweight, arthritic, and off-leash... but I watched him walk with his Vietnam veteran owner through a crowd and never get more than 10 inches from his side. #damngooddog #thankyoubothforyourservice ...

Incredulous that no one else wants to swim at dusk in winter ...