Editorial December 2005 Issue

Always More To Do

So much to say, so little time!

The end of the year always seems to come too fast. Im way behind schedule and have too much to do. Im lucky in one respect, however. Lately, Ive been buried in excellent articles contributed by some of WDJs most passionate and informed expert/writers. The next year will offer a treasure trove of articles on hot topics, including heartworm prevention and treatment, helping re-homed dogs adjust, alternative treatments for cancer, puppy training, and more.

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