Allan Reznik, Editor-in-Chief
Dogs in Review Magazine
For more than four decades, Allan Reznik has been immersed in the world of purebred dogs: as a breeder, exhibitor, award-winning journalist, editor, broadcaster and occasional judge.
Although he has written for television and radio, taught journalism, and reviewed theater and film, he is probably best known for his long years of working in dog magazines. Under his tutelage, Dogs in Canada was awarded back-to-back Maxwells for Best All-Breed Magazine by the Dog Writers' Association of America. In 2002, he was headhunted by BowTie Publications and relocated to Southern California. He is currently Editor-in-Chief of Dogs in Review as well as Editor-at-Large for Dog World and Dog Fancy. All are award-winning publications. In 2011, Allan won the prestigious Arthur F. Jones Award for Best Editorial Column of the Year, given by the Alliance of Purebred Dog Writers
Allan appears regularly on radio and TV discussing all aspects of responsible dog ownership and is quoted widely in newspapers and magazines. When not at the computer, he shows his champion Tibetan Spaniels and Afghan Hound.
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Getting a Basenji in a dog-restricted apartment is irresponsible.
Both the Mastiff and Boxer are magnificent breeds, but there is no reason to mix the two.
An adult Great Dane would be easier to adopt and transition into a couple’s life.
“Dapple” refers to a dog’s coat pattern rather than to a specific color.