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July 2012 Issue Features

Page 16

Birmingham's Brightest

Cruft's 2012 winners rose above the ranks in March.

Page 28

Bearded Beauties

The hard-working Standard Schnauzer is an alert and pretective compaion with an endearing mischievous streak.

By Stephanie Horan 

Page 38

Deer Detectives

When a mortally wounded deer escapes the scene, it's up to blood-trailing dogs to help find the animal and conclude the hunt.

By Darren Warner 

Page 42

Ask the Experts

Your Guide to veterinary specialists: who they are, what they offer and how to find one for your dog.

By Karla Rugh, D.V.M., Ph.D.

Page 44

Plan B

Clinical trials offer new treatment possibilities for dogs that have not responded to existing medicine.

By Karla Rugh, D.V.M., Ph.D.

Page 42

Ask the Experts

Your Guide to veterinary specialists: who they are, what they offer and how to find one for your dog.

By Meredith Wargo

Page 46

Diabetes Hope on the Horizon

From studying genetic markers to developing new insulin therapies, researchers continue to scrutinize the disease that affects 1 in 200 dogs.

By Fran Pennock Shaw

Page 50

Dr. Database? 

It's tempting to skip the vet and use the internet to diagnose your dog's condition, but doing do is risky.

By Elaine Waldorf Gewirtz

Page 52

Big Heart, Small Package 

The cattle-droving Lancashire Heeler is the smallest of the herding breeds. 

By Alize Bixler
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