It's a dog's life -- if you're lucky
- Sweet dreams for your pampered pooches. Charity, Michael // Farmers Weekly;11/12/2004, Vol. 141 Issue 20, following p79
Presents information on dog beds created by Jane Evans of Cotswold Dog Bed Co, introduced to the Great Britain pet market in November 2004. Description; Factor that influenced Evans to create the beds; Cost.
- Avalanche dogs to the rescue. Romney, R.M. // Boys' Life;Dec89, Vol. 79 Issue 12, p46
Examines an avalanche rescue drill performed as part of a Boy Scout Eagle service project in northern Utah. Avalanche rescue dogs and how they work; How the search was conducted.
- America's top dog. Siino, B.S. // Boys' Life;Oct91, Vol. 81 Issue 10, p8
Focuses on the American cocker spaniel, the most popular breed of dog in the United States. Where the name cocker comes from; Description of the dog; How to choose a cocker spaniel.
- Canine cops. Roessing, Walter // Boys' Life;Dec92, Vol. 82 Issue 12, p8
Discusses how police dogs help fight crime. Type of dogs used by police in the 1950s; Why German shepherds are used now; What the dogs specialize in; Number of days per week dogs work; Amount of food dogs eat per month.
- Doggone? Dog come back. // Current Health 2;May93, Vol. 19 Issue 9, p2
Discusses a new dog leash for dogs that love to head off in different directions when they're being walked, called PuppyPull. Designed for runners, walkers and people with arm problems; Light-weight nylon belt snaps around human's waist; Leash houses stretch cord; Adjustable for humans of...
- A dog with sense. // Current Health 1;Dec90, Vol. 14 Issue 4, p13
Features Harley, a golden retriever who helps a woman with epilepsy. Carries things for her; Warns of coming seizures; Breaks her falls; Gets help.
- Remembering Chum. Jados, R.L. // Country Living;Jan1992, Vol. 15 Issue 1, p34
Relates the author's memories of a childhood dog, Chum. How Chum was a smart and dignified dog; Gentle disposition; Loyalty; Various vignettes about experiences with Chum; Why he is still sorely missed, even after nearly 50 years.
- Old dog, new trick. Jabs, C. // Country Living;Mar1992, Vol. 15 Issue 3, p172
Provides several straightforward suggestions for teaching a dog to perform special tasks on command. Learning a dog's physical and personal limits; Choosing appropriate tricks; Communicating what you want; Positive reinforcement.
- A passion for pooches prevails. Robson, Nancy Taylor // Christian Science Monitor;4/2/97, Vol. 89 Issue 88, p16
Opinion. Presents information on the author's love for dogs. What the author loves about dogs; Author's experience of owning her first dog `Sasha'; Listing of other kinds of dogs the author acquired after Sasha.