Coming Soon: Vol. 3 No. 4

November / December 2003
VOLUME 3 NUMBER 4

Features

The Golden Years
Aging is inevitable – so hereˊs how to help your Lab put the shine on the Golden Years.
by Anita Biase & Melanie Cossey

Winter
A photo essay
It must always come to winter in the seasons of a Labˊs life.

Praise as a Training Tool
We all like to lavish our Labs with praise – but there is a right way to administer it..
by Vickie Lamb

Weˊll Be Home For Christmas
A cryptic e-mail from a son at college turns into a Christmas… er… ˵adventure.”
by Diane Colletti

Jet
A girl and her Lab heal together.
by Gail MacMillan

The Two Faces of ˵Down˶
The holiday season is the perfect time to make sure that your Lab is reliable at performing both of these behaviors – even though only one of them should be called ˵down.˶
by Charlie Jurney

Seeing is Believing
The specifics of progressive retinal atrophy.
by Dr. Kyle K. Kerstetter

Homemade Biscuits for the Discriminating Lab
While youˊre making the Christmas cookies, donˊt forget a batch of Lab-special treats for your furry little elf helper.
by Christina Spence

A Determined Dugan

It never hurts to never give up hope.
by Mary Wasche

Departments
In Their Debt
by Joe Eager
A healthy dose of Lab.

Citizen Lab
by Amy Dahl
Do Labs apply the scientific method?

Why Labs Do That
by Tom Davis
The teenager.

The Vet Clinic
by Dr. Jill Hyland Ayres & Dr. Rose Davidson
Old age itself is not a disease – but canine cognitive dysfunction is. And it can be helped.

Just Labs – Just for Kids
by Jake Smith and Tom Goldsmith
Timber brings you some more tips on how to draw your Lab!

Ectetera
“Find the Tennis Ball” Winners

The World According to Junior
by Junior Watson
Musings from the kennel.

Subscriber Photos

Just Labs Seal of Approval
by Winston Morrow

Above & Beyond
by Gayln Bratcher

In Tribute

Just How It Is
by Laurie Morrow

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