July / August 2001


Canis lupus familiaris, Variation: Labrador Retriever
That yellow, black, or chocolate dog with the soggy tennis ball is really a wolf in Labˊs clothing.
by Steve Smith

Into the Twilight Years: Caring for the Senior Lab
All of our Labs will someday get old. Hereˊs some advice on making sure your dog grows old gracefully.
by Jason Smith

Leaping Labs!
A photo essay.

Labrador Legends
Little-known tidbits of facts to impress your friends.
by Gene Hill

Summertime: A Photo Essay
Those lazy, hazy, crazy days of summer.
by Ed Camelli

Lost and Found, Part I
A microchip as tiny as a grain of rice can pay huge dividends in reuniting you and your lost Lab.
by Jaime Jungen and Jenny Martens

Body Language: I Really Donˊt Want To Do This!
Recognizing what your Lab is telling you while training.
by Butch Goodwin


In Their Debt
by Ruth Ely
Leading the way.

Fetch Citizen Lab
by Amy and John Dahl
Are you taking your Lab for a walk – or is he taking you?

Sorta Stupid Lab Tricks

The “Remote”

The Vet Clinic
by Dr. Jill Hyland Ayres & Dr. Rose Davidson
Tips from the vets about what to look for when you search for your next Lab.

The World According to Junior
by Junior Watson
Making the most out of the Vet visit.

Subscriber Photos

Auto Review
by Winston Morrow
The Range Rover 4.6 SE.

Best Friends

Just how It Is
by Laurie Morrow

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