Coming Soon: Vol. 3 No. 1

Vol. 3 No. 1
May-Jun 2003

Features
The Perfect Partner

Begins in Puppyhood by Sue Alexander 
Bad habits start young – and those bad habits can not only lead to a rambunctious adult,
but an aggressive one, too.

Add Healthy Years to Your Lab’s Life by Mariana Relós 
Some concrete evidence to support keeping your Lab fit and trim.

In the Garden A Photo Essay by Bonnie Nance 
“The Lab was originally bred to dig up bulbs in the flower garden.”

Q&A: Chewing Tips by Stephen C. Rafe 
Helping to combat the destructive chewer

Everything You Wanted to Know About
Cruciate Ligament Injury by Dr. Kyle K. Kerstetter 
The fact that Labs are some of the most athletic, active dogs can sometimes
come back to haunt them.

I Think I Can, I Think I Can… A Photo Essay 
Will we ever not be amazed at what these dogs can do?

Just Labs 2002 Essay Contest Winners 

Unintended Training by Steve Smith 
When you set out to do something, you unintentionally
cause something else to happen.
And most of the time, it’s bad.

Departments

Citizen Lab by Amy Dahl 
Ordinary events in the human world can help us understand the process of training our Lab.

In Their Debt by Jessica Straka 
Leader dogs who go the extra mile.

Just Labs – Just for Kids by Jake Smith & Tom Goldsmith 
Lab pups love to chew – here are some tips to help them control those chompers!

Why Labs Do That by Tom Davis 
After being cooped up all winter, a Lab sets his sights on the yard –
which might be in need of a little landscaping.

The Vet Clinic by Dr. Jill Hyland Ayres & Dr. Rose Davidson 
Let’s look at the facts of spaying and neutering.

Etcetera

“Find the Tennis Ball” Winners 

The World According to Junior by Junior Watson 
When we last saw our intrepid hero….

Just Labs Seal of Approval by Winston Morrow 

Subscriber Photos  

Labs on Top at ESPN’s Great Outdoor Games 

Waiting for the Rains by Leigh Singh 

Above & Beyond  by Lisa Mink 
My guardian angel.

Just How It Is
by Laurie Morrow 

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