Dog World Table of Contents October 2004

Posted: Wed Sep 1 00:00:00 PDT 2004


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October 2004

MEET THE BREED
BASENJI
This rambunctious sighthound has the wrinkled brow of a problem solver and the exotic voice of a canid.
by D. Caroline Coile, Ph.D.

THE ART OF DRYING
Untangling the myths of proper coat care and drying techniques.
by Todd Patterson

EQUIPPED FOR SUCCESS
Having the right tools for the job means less time on the table, and a finer finish.
by Mari Wadsworth

EASY DOES IT
You can't skim on grooming for the older dog - but shortcuts and tentler handling can make the job more practical.
By Babs Land

ANATOMY & PERFORMANCE PART II: THE NOSE
What we know bout canine scents-ability.
by John S. Williams, DVM

THE WORLD OF RARE BREEDS
The Tibetan Mastiff
by Alice Bixler

COLUMNS

FROM THE EDITOR
Allan Reznik
Grooming as therapy

THE DOCTOR IS IN
T. J. Dunn Jr., DVM
Big issues for small breeds

ABOUT AGILITY
Maryanne Dell
The rear cross made simple

LEARNING THE ROPES
Sue Jeffries
Handle with care

SHOW NATION
Steve Dale
A winning combination: AnneMarie Silverton and Louise Fox Meredith

BREEDER'S NOTEBOOK
D. Caroline Coile, Ph.D.
Counting the days

 

HAVE YOUR SAY
Reader letters

DW DATELINE
- ACVI M Conference draws 3,000
- AKCCHF memorial fund honors Seme Auslander
- Dogs aid catfish industry

PAWS IN REVIEW
Books for the dog enthusiast

GOOD BUY
New products

MEET & COMPETE
Upcoming conformation and performance events

THE DOG SHOPPE
Canine products and services

BREEDER FINDER INDEX
Locate a breeder

CLASSIFIED ADS
Everything canine

AT YOUR SERVICE
A guide to our advertisers

THE WAY WE WERE


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