May - August 2003

Featured Breeds: Lwchen, Collie, Papillon, Portuguese Water Dog

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MAY 2003

May 2003

Breed Profile
LOWCHEN

Features
THERAPEUTIC DIETS
Fighting disease with food.

BETTER SCREENING FOR BETTER BREEDING
A variety of health tests helps eliminate the guesswork.

BEST SUPPORTING ROLE
organized and dedicated, good stewards ensure a smooth-running show.

Columns
GROOM TO WIN: Mat Factor.

ABOUT AGILITY: Contact zone.

LEARNING THE ROPES: Join the club.

BREEDER'S NOTEBOOK: Delivery day.

THE DOCTOR IS IN: Infection protection.

SHOW NATION: Jean Heath and Bill Cosby; Old U.S. Navy pals and partners in a terrier destiny.

Departments
DW HEALTHLINE: Leptospirosis; separation anxiety and your dog; understanding Wobbler Syndrome.

DW DATELINE:
Teens unite to fight animal abuse
Entries sought for 2003 ACE Awards
New hunting bill attempts compromise
The spiritual side of training
Union dogs get health insurance
Winners are picture-perfect
A rose by any other name
Canine outfielders prove physics
California remembers fallen K-9 heroes
New York City to go no-kill.

PAWS IN REVIEW: Books for the dog enthusiast.

MEET & COMPETE: Upcoming conformation and performance event information

June 2003

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JUNE 2003

Breed Profile
COLLIE

Features
FROM CARS TO CUSTOM COACHES, FANCIERS ARE OUTFITTING THEIR VHICLES WITH COMFORT AND SAFETY IN MIND.

ONE-STOP SHOWING
Circuits and clusters bring multiple shows, seminars, and good food to a single site.

WHEN DUTY CALLS
Our sporting events are safer places thanks to the show vets who cover them.

STRESS AND THERAPY DOGS
How to recognize the signs and prevent burnout.

Columns
GROOM TO WIN: Understanding coat texture.

ABOUT AGILITY: Building the team in teamwork.

LEARNING THE ROPES: Competition and jealousy.

BREEDER'S NOTEBOOK: Puppy meets world.

THE DOCTOR IS IN: Heatstroke--a preventable strategy.

SHOW NATION: Animal Planet's Doug Craig puts a new spin on reality TV.

Departments
DW HEALTHLINE:
Adverse food reactions
New poison hotline

DW DATELINE:
Texas rescue
Small masks may save lives
An American dog at Crufts
Boarding facility goes solar
Good news in the air
Project Save-a-Pet.

PAWS IN REVIEW: Books for the dog enthusiast.

MEET & COMPETE: Upcoming conformation and performance event information.
 

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JULY 2003

July 2003

Breed Profile

PAPILLON

 

Features

COATS OF MANY TEXTURES

Exploring the history and mystery of the canine coat

 

MAMMARY CANCER

The disease remains the single most commonly reported cancer in dogs

 

SURVIVAL IN THE PUBLIC EYE

When the media glamorize - and demonize - a breed, how do dedicated fanciers respond?

 

Columns

GROOM TO WIN: Making less look like more

 

ABOUT AGILITY: Correcting common handling errors

 

LEARNING THE ROPES: Handlers: to hire or not to hire

 

BREEDER'S NOTEBOOK: Missed opportunities

 

THE DOCTOR IS IN: Another medical miracle

 

SHOW NATION: Dr. Carmen Battaglia, Dogdom's Renaissance Man

 

Departments

DW HEALTHLINE

Appeasing pheromones to the rescue

The growing threat of Babesia

 

DW DATELINE

Dogs search for Vietnam MIAs

Charity takes care of deployed soldiers' dogs

The Nova Scotia Duck Tolling Retriever recognized

 

PAWS IN REVIEW: Books for the dog enthusiast

 

MEET & COMPETE: Upcoming conformation and performance event information

 

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August 2003

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AUGUST 2003

 

Breed Profile

PORTUGUESE WATER DOG

 

Features

BRIGHTENING THE GOLDEN YEARS

Special diets can help your dog live longer and, in some cases, stave off the effects of debilitating diseases

 

LONG-DIGTANCE DIAGNOSIS

A specialist is only a click or fax away when a veterinarian needs help diagnosing a tough case

 

MISSION: ODOR CONTROL

Dogs get wet and dirty and smelly. Keeping them clean is the first line of defense

 

Columns

GROOM TO WIN: No grooming required? Think again

 

ABOUT AGILITY: Mastering distance

 

LEARNING THE ROPES: The value of matches

 

BREEDER'S NOTEBOOK: Raising orphans: A labor of love

 

THE DOCTOR IS IN: Euthanasia

 

SHOW NATION: Karen Pryor, the pioneer of clicker training

 

Departments

DW HEALTHLINE:

Hope for canine malignant melanoma sufferers

Dust mites may be hidden culprit in dermatitis

 

DW DATELINE:

Remembering Servus

Fighting animal abuse

Canine agents sniff out counterfeit cash

 

PAWS IN REVIEW: Books for the dog enthusiast

 

MEET & COMPETE: Upcoming conformation and performance event information

 

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