Editorial April 2008 Issue

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After resisting years of intense lobbying for a family dog by her two daughters, one of my friends recently brought home a rescue dog. Within the first two days, I fielded at least five requests for information from my friend, her husband, and her older daughter. The family had done a lot of research and preparation for the dogís arrival, but there is nothing like the nonstop, real-time activity of a new dog in your home to make you realize that there are many things you donít know about dog care and training.

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