TITLE

It's A Show Dog's Life

PUB. DATE
June 2007
SOURCE
FoodService Director;6/15/2007, Vol. 20 Issue 6, p24
SOURCE TYPE
Trade Publication
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The article features the interest of Marcia Moquin, a general manager at Sodexho, in showing and breeding dogs. According to Moquin, she enjoys the different breeds of dogs and just being around the dogs. She shared her experience taking care of her two dogs named Champion Mar-Ric Money To Burn and Mar-Ric Fast Money. In addition, Moquin indicated the behavior of her dogs.
ACCESSION #
25639765

 

Related Articles

  • Best in Show. McDowell, Dimity // Real Simple;Mar2006, Vol. 7 Issue 2, p75 

    The article presents the experiences of the author when she kept a Weimaraner, named Dharma, as pet. Dharma came on quietly and her demands were minimal. She did not eat for the first 48 hours after the author brought her home. She happily accepted her bed on the floor and did not whimper for...

  • Graduation.  // Odyssey;Jan2005, Vol. 14 Issue 1, p47 

    In this article, the author informs about how he started domesticating dogs. He wrote a poem on dogs during his school days. Being able to say that he has raised a guide dog is just one of the perks of doing it; actually the enjoyment and satisfaction of raising one is the whole reason he does...

  • THE POLITICS OF DOGS. Derr, Mark // Atlantic (02769077);Mar1990, Vol. 265 Issue 3, p49 

    Comments on the position of the American Kennel Club on the protection of the purity of dog bloodlines. Value of the dog breeding industry in the U.S.; Consequences of inbreeding; Examination of the relationship between human beings and dogs; Problem of defining a dog breed; History of dogs. ...

  • The Truth About Dogs. Budiansky, Stephen // Atlantic;Jul1999, Vol. 284 Issue 1, p39 

    The article examines the relationship between dogs and humans and findings in canine genetics research. The objectives of the Dog Genome Project are described. Some myths about the origin of dogs are debunked. The genetic basis of canine behavior and aggression are discussed and problems caused...

  • "EVERYBODY IN NASSAU HAS A DOG, AND THEY ALL BARK ALL NIGHT" POTCAKES: A HISTORY. Fielding, William J. // Journal of the Bahamas Historical Society;Oct2006, Vol. 28, p36 

    The local mongrel dogs of The Bahamas is commonly referred to as "potcakes". Because potcakes are mongrels, their appearance depends upon their parents and so they are variable and dynamic in appearance. The behaviour of potcakes will depend upon the nature of their interaction with humans....

  • DON BURKE SAYS.  // Burke's Backyard;Feb2013, p104 

    The article offers information on understanding the behavior of various dog breeds.

  • Fit for a Dog.  // Time; 

    The article reports on the noticed changes on the way men treat their pet dogs. It mentions that there were some time in the past in which dogs have to beg for his supper and sleep outdoors. However, these scenes are disappearing as men are giving their pet dogs all the thins they need, from the...

  • MEMOIR OF A USELESS DOG. McClintock, Marshall // Saturday Evening Post;12/25/1937, Vol. 210 Issue 26, p17 

    Discusses the author's experience of living with a pet bulldog named Jack. Effect of chorea on the dog; Reaction of the dog to other animals; Approach used by the dog in fishing; Mischievous behavior of jack inside the house.

  • A Love Story. Phillips, Angus // National Geographic;Jan2002, Vol. 201 Issue 1, p12 

    Focuses on the bond between humans and dogs. Discussion of the domestication of dogs in prehistoric times; How dogs profit from their association with humans; Examples of how dogs can be useful to humans; Affection which humans have for their dogs; Assertion that most dogs do not have to work...

Share

Read the Article

Courtesy of VIRGINIA BEACH PUBLIC LIBRARY AND SYSTEM

Sorry, but this item is not currently available from your library.

Try another library?
Sign out of this library

Other Topics