September / October 2002
VOLUME 2 NUMBER 3
A downtown apartment doesnˊt have to cramp a Labˊs style.
by Lisa Maxbauer
Our consulting veterinarian, also an orthopedic surgeon, details this crippling disease.
by Dr. Kyle K. Kerstetter
The Tennis Ball Volume II
A photo essay by Steve Smith
Theyˊre never very far away, are they?
The 2002 Halloween Costume Contest
The votes have been cast and tallied – who gets the most candy?
Lab Fawns Over Fawn
A story you have to read – and pictures you have to see – to believe!
by Kathryn Hage Wolter
Where does your Lab fit?
by Nona Kilgore Bauer
Remote Control Retrievers: The Remote Sit
Keep your Lab in tune with you with off-leash control at a distance.
by Steve Smith
In Their Debt
by Vickie Lamb
The breeding program that produces some super sniffers for the U.S. Customs Service.
by Amy and John Dahl
Helping you to get your Lab coming reliably.
Why Labs Do That
by Tom Davis
Some sleeping habits explained.
The Vet Clinic
by Dr. Jill Hyland Ayres & Dr. Rose Davidson
There are lots of stories about how Labs come to the aid of people in life-or-death situations; here are some specifics on how we can do the same for them.
Just Labs – Just for Kids
by Jake Smith and Tom Goldsmith
Labs love to eat! So how do you keep them from getting overweight? Timmy has a few suggestions.
“Find the Tennis Ball” Winners
The World According to Junior
by Junior Watson
Us Labs aren’t as dumb as you look.
Just Labs Seal of Approval
by Winston Morrow
Above & Beyond
by Kim Wattles
Man to the Rescue
by Doyle Walker
Just How It Is
by Laurie Morrow