September / October 2004


Is Your Lab a Bad Dog?
How to spot behavior problems and what to do about them.
by Sue Alexander

Common Sense Confinement
Some tips on keeping your neighborhood Lab close to home.
by Nona Kilgore Bauer

The Many Faces of Autumn
A photo essay
It’s more than just funny costumes.

The 2004 Halloween Costume Contest!

Sharing Smokey
Smokey needed more time and care than we could give him. If we truly loved him, weˊd let him go to a place where heˊd get just that.
by Gail MacMillan

The Saga of the Missing Sock
Labs eat the strangest things sometimes – and nature doesnˊt always take its course.
by Dr. Kyle K. Kerstetter

Sweet Poison?
Weˊve all been told not to give our dogs chocolate – but just how, exactly, is it bad for them? And how much is bad?
by Dr. Ben Character

Training Time For Service Dogs
Just how, exactly, do trainers get service dogs to do some of those amazing things?
by James Keldsen

In Their Debt
by Anita Biase
In dog versus machine, dog wins.

Citizen Lab
by Amy Dahl
Is your Lab stubborn, dominant, or just a knucklehead? Depending on your answer, you may have to modify your training regimen.

Why Labs Do That
by Tom Davis
When Labs donˊt want to do that.

The Vet Clinic
by Dr. Jill Hyland Ayres & Dr. Rose Davidson
Common muscle diseases plaguing the athletic Lab.

Just Labs – Just for Kids
by Jake Smith and Tom Goldsmith
Treats for you and treats for your Lab are a bit different.

“Find the Tennis Ball” Winners

The World According to Junior
by Junior Watson
Some reflections from Juniorˊs end of the couch.

Subscriber Photos

Just Labs Seal of Approval
by Winston Morrow

Sorta Stupid Lab Tricks
by Staicey Scholtz

In Tribute

Shhh… I’m Trying to Sleep
by Dee Claire
But Neuman has other ideas.

Just How It Is
by Laurie Morrow

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