Dog Fancy Table of Contents - September 2007

September 7, 2007


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September 2007

16 | Through the Lens*
Amanda Jones has traveled around the world extensively and has produced dog portraits for more than 10 years. Discover what fuels her passion for photography and dogs as we take you through a typical day at her photo studio.  More >>
By Denise Flaim

22 | Canine Jet-setters*
Are you considering traveling abroad with your dog? Do you know what preparations are involved, the necessary vaccinations, and which countries better accommodate canine visitors? Get practical advice and information on things you should know before hopping on that plane and ensure you'll enjoy a fun and stress-free vacation.  More >>
By Sally Deneen

                                                       
28 | Everyday Heroes*
Dogs heroes come in all sizes, shapes, and breeds. Whether it's fighting in the military, working alongside search-and-rescue teams, or saving the lives of loved ones, these courageous canines have definitely proven that they're worthy of their titles as everyday heroes.  More >>
By Cherie Langlois

32 | Don't Leave Me!*
Are destructive behavior, barking, and those sad, longing eyes making it difficult for you to leave your dog home alone? First understand the root of separation anxiety, then learn the strategies that can ease your dog's anxieties while you're away.  More >>  
By Maureen Kochan

49 | 
Toys Galore
Looking for fun and innovative toys for your dog? Check out the new items that pet product manufacturers have to offer to keep your dog busy and entertained.

58 You Can Count On Me
Confident and reliable, the German Shepherd Dog keeps a watchful eye over his family and home.  More >>
By Terry Winkelmann

62 | A Sensitive Soul
The Welsh Springer Spaniel's intuitive nature and strong work ethic make him a lovable and dependable companion.  More >>
By Eve Adamson

66 | A Cheerful Mate
Where there's action, there's an Australian Terrier. Social and full of fun, Aussies enjoy spending time with active families who have plenty of time to spend with him.  More >>
By Vicki Shields

*BONUS! | DogChannel Exclusives
Find more about these topics from our DogChannel exclusives — articles, tools, and references that will build your dog-owner skills. More >>

Previous Issues:
July 2007 August 2007

 

8 | Readers
Bark Back

Read letters now. 
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10 | Newshound
Dog news, tips, and trends.

12Canine Traveler
Walking the Windy City: Chicago's canine attractions keep you and your dog howling for more.
By Robin Whitsell

14 | Clean Dog Clean House
Beyond beauty: Grooming does more than keep your dog looking pretty.
By Eve Adamson

36 Best Behavior
Good dog! Learn how one dog prepared for, and passed, the Canine Good Citizen Test.
By Erica Jacques

38 | Natural Dog
Can dogs be vegetarians?
By Denise Flaim

39 | Puppy Life
Does your puppy belong in your bed? 
By September Morn

40 | Help & Advice
Ask DOG FANCY
By September Morn
Ask the Vet
By Karla S. Rugh, DVM

42 | Checkup
Fight the itch: Symptoms and solutions to 6 common canine skin problems.
By Karla S. Rugh, DVM

50 
Haute Dog
Suite sweets & doggie chambers.
By Kyra Kirkwood

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