Coming Soon: Vol. 7 No. 5

January / February 2008
VOLUME 7 NUMBER 5

Features

Is Your Lab Bored?
When dogs are bored, they resort to a variety of time-killing behaviors to burn off stress. But there are techniques that can change that.
by Stephen C. Rafe

The Sundance Avalanche Rescue Dog
A photo essay by Tracy Christensen
The ski patrol is not complete without this team of Labradors.

What Can Go Wrong?
A graphical look at the Labˊs potential health problems, both for the pup and adult.
by Dr. Dave Erlewein

Whispering, Walking, & Other Forms of Canine Communication
Tips from the Dog Whisperer on maintaining the pack.
by Steve Gasper

Combating Dog Hair
Five vaccums are put to the test.
by Jason Smith

When Your Pet Grieves
Do pets grieve the loss of another pet in the family? Hereˊs how to spot the problems.
by Karen Edwards & Marguerite Marsh

The Christmas of the China Dog
Finally, all the gifts had been distributed, unwrapped, exclaimed over, and laid aside… all except the small box. The best for last…
by Gail MacMillan

Departments
In Their Debt
by Shelley Bueche
Environmental sniffers in the Galapagos Islands.

Citizen Lab
by Amy Dahl
Nature and nurture.

Drill of the (every other) Month
by Vickie Lamb
Establishing ˵sit.˶

Why Labs Do That
by Tom Davis
Puppy potpourri.

The Vet Clinic
by Dr. Ben Character
A review of common foods harmful to our Labs.

Just Labs – Just For Kids
by Jake Smith & Tom Goldsmith
Keeping your Lab sharp indoors.

Ectetera
The BBS Says!…
My Lab got me into trouble when…

Subscriber Photos

In Tribute

The World According to Junior
by Junior Watson
JJ and the Cat.

“Find the Tennis Ball” Winners

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