July / August 2003
VOLUME 3 NUMBER 2
The Pests of Summer
Bad habits start young – and those bad habits can not only lead to a rambunctious adult, but an aggressive one, too.
by Ben Character, DVM
Remote Control Retrievers: Handling
Getting your Lab to follow your direction left, right, or back involves nothing more than playing a little game of baseball.
by James Keldsen
Sun, Sand, & Surf
A photo essay by Jean M. Fogle
The beach has everything a Lab could want – here are some tips to help you enjoy yourselves.
The Lone Runner No More
The exercise can be good for both of us – but there are some concerns youˊll need to keep in mind for your four-legged running partner.
by James Keldsen and Nona Kilgore Bauer
The Green Mountain State can be very Lab friendly for your next vacation – if you know where to look.
by Trisha Blanchet
This Part Has Gone to the Dogs
A photo essay
Just Labs 2002 Essay Contest: Runners-Up
In Their Debt
by Illinois State Fire Marshalˊs Office
An arsonistˊs worst nightmare.
by Amy Dahl
Tips in dealing with submissive urination – treating the cause.
Why Labs Do That
by Tom Davis
Beating the heat.
The Vet Clinic
by Dr. Jill Hyland Ayres & Dr. Rose Davidson
Canine plumbing 101.
Just Labs – Just for Kids
by Jake Smith and Tom Goldsmith
Youˊve gotta help keep them cool, kids!
“Find the Tennis Ball” Winners
The World According to Junior
by Junior Watson
The reward I get for trying to impress the Mister.
Just Labs Seal of Approval
by Winston Morrow
by Alison Eide
Finding the Best Boarding Kennel for Your Lab
by Julie Reynolds
Many of us are taking trips this summer, but some have to leave their Labs behind.
by Susan Levine
Just How It Is
by Laurie Morrow