Coming Soon: Vol. 1, No. 5

March / April 2002
VOLUME 1 NUMBER 5

Features

Looking for Mr. Right
Some suggestions on finding the perfect suitor.
by James Keldsen

An Ounce of Prevention
Almost all of us refer to our Labs as our children; well, the best way to keep them safe is by being a parent – and, sometimes, not letting them do things!
by Kyle K. Kerstetter, DVM

Labs and the Lesser Animals
A photo essay
When it comes to relating to the rest of the animal kingdom, Labs always seem a little out of their element.

Establishing the Right Rapport with Your Lab
In order to get you and your Lab on the same page – and to establish whoˊs boss – sometimes itˊs best to communicate in his language.
by Steven Rafe

Basic Training: Kennel!
Far from confining, a dogˊs crate is his den, the best place for safe travel, and can even help with housebreaking. Now how do you get him to go in?
by Charles Jurney

That’s Entertainment
As if life with a Lab could be anything but entertaining.
by Steve Smith

Hanna
Somewhere they wait for us.
by Marcia Butikas

A Lab’s Best Friend
A photo essay
There is a bond between a Labrador and a child beyond mental and/or physical equivalency, beyond regarding them as one of the pack.

Departments

In Their Debt
by Nona Kilgore Bauer
Behind these walls.

Citizen Lab
by Amy and John Dahl
Ever wonder why your Lab is the way she is?

Sorta Stupid Lab Tricks
by Cristie and Church Rethman
Circus Lab.

Why Labs Do That
by Tom Davis
We know a dogˊs sense of smell is far superior to ours. But why is it they have a different idea of what smells good? Hereˊs the ˵offal˶ truth.

The Vet Clinic
by Dr. Jill Hyland Ayres & Dr. Rose Davidson
A guide to the care your new Lab puppy will need.

Just Labs – Just for Kids
by Jake Smith and Tom Goldsmith
Itˊs time to go to the vet! What will your dogˊs doctor be doing and how can you help keep your Lab calm? Timmy has some suggestions!

Ectetera
The World According to Junior
by Junior Watson
A little fun to pass the time.

Subscriber Photos

Auto Review
by Winston Morrow
The Toyota Tacoma Mid-Size Truck.

Time to Stop and Smell the Flowers
by Barry Icenhower

Above and Beyond
by Gail Bedard
Molly to the rescue!

Just how It Is
by Laurie Morrow

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