Dog Fancy Table of Contents - May 2007

May 22, 2007


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May 2007

24 | A Flea-free Life*
Take time to research and prepare before starting your search for a new puppy. We provide you with a rundown of things to consider, including what breed types will match your lifestyle based on their personalities, and exercise and grooming needs.  More >>
By Denise Flaim

32 | Puppy Time!*
With so many breeders to choose from, how can you be sure to find one who will offer strong, healthy pups? Prospective puppy owners can start their life with a new dog off right by following these guidelines.  More >>
By Lisa Hanks

34 | Miracle Worker*
A new puppy requires a lot of  time, compassion, and money. Find out how much the average puppy's first year of food, supplies, and veterinary care can cost you.  More >>
By Susan Israel

40 | A Day in the Life of a Best in Show Winner*
Meet working dogs who use their nose for more than just finding food. From sniffing mold in homes to patrolling for endangered animal scat in the wild, these dogs use their amazing scenting abilities to help people and other animals.  More >>
By Sally Deneen and Rose Boccio

44 | Passion for Dogs
Dogs play a big role at these California wineries.  Whether it's working as the official "winery host," or accompanying their owners in the vineyards, these canine companions help make a day's work more pleasant and fun.   More >>
By Sandy Robins

46 Out of Africa
Trustworthy and affectionate, the Golden Retriever continues to be a popular household companion.  More >>
By Eve Adamson

52 | Live Wire
The Havanese's fun-loving personality and playful spirit add to the appeal of this Cuban beauty.  More >>
By Terry Winkelmann

56 | Renaissance Dog
True to his barnyard ratter and hunting heritage, the Norwich Terrier is an independent, yet people-oriented pet.  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:
March 2007 April 2007

 

4 | Coming
Next Month
Get a preview of our June issue.  More >>

8
 | Readers Bark Back
Read letters now.  More >>

10 | Newshound
Dog news, tips, and trends.

12 | Canine Traveler
Cleveland exposed: The Ohio hangout you didn't know was dog-friendly.
By Robin Whitsell

14 | Clean Dog Clean House
The art of stripping: This time-intensive grooming technique is best for maintaining wiry coats.
By Eve Adamson

58Best Behavior
Target practice: Get more out of training with this fun and useful technique.
By Cherie Langlois

60 | Puppy Life
Play 'puppy doctor': Help your pup get used to handling, so she'll be more comfortable at the vet.
By September Morn

61 | Natural Dog
Flower essences and pumpkin power.
By Denise Flaim

62
 | Checkup
Bloomin' allergies: Don't despair you can help your itchy dog.
By Marcia King

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

66 | Natural Dog
Doggie delights: Some dogs won't settle for a bone.
By Sandy Robins

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