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What's New in the Year 2001

This page contains the list of new articles and features added to Working Dogs Cyberzine this year.

Our Yearly Archives
1997 1998 1999 2000 2001

You may also visit our Main Articles Archive, the master index that includes the best of the articles featured on Working Dogs Cyberzine since 1996.

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Herding TRAINING A DOG FOR HGH
PART ONE - THE INSTINCT TEST

An Excellent Article by Ulf Kintzel outlining herding instinct testing and what traits he desires when evaluating dogs.
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Sporting Activities HOW TO DECIPHER ADS TO OBTAIN A
QUALITY GERMAN SHEPHERD PUPPY

So Many Ads, So Many different choices and decisions.... This article by Yvette Piantadosa does an excellent job of helping define what to look for when purchasing a new German Shepherd Puppy.
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Veterinary Health IS YOUR DOG’S PROSTATE MAKING HIM PROSTRATE?
Written by: Celeste A. Clements, DVM, Diplomate ACVIM

Your Dog can suffer from Prostrate problems as well. Prostatic infection may be fatal, and should be considered for the prostrate, intact male dog with fever, abdominal pain and an enlarged or painful prostate.
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Veterinary Health CORONAVIRUS ENTERITIS, VIRAL ENTERITIS
Provided by - VetCentric.com

Corona Explained, including treatment, diagnosis, and prognosis.
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Sporting Activities Iditarod News!

Current and Historical Iditarod News with our New Working Dogs Newsfeed! We are pulling news from Multiple Sources with this.
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Sporting Activities THE ILLUSTRATED STANDARD OF THE GERMAN SHEPHERD DOG

Artist/Illustrator/Author Linda Shaw has provided us with this comprehensive article on the structure of the German Shepherd Dog. It is one of the most detailed articles we have added to the WorkingDogs library.
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Sporting Activities Mystery Meat
Written by: Erin Harty, Staff Writer - VetCentric.com It all looks pretty good’or would to a cat or a dog, you assume. (You’ll stick with people food, thanks.) Chicken, beef, and fish. Chunks of meat in gravy. Crunchy kibble. These are, after all, the same animals that relish raids on the garbage can or litter box. They can’t possibly be that picky. This article clarifies some of those cryptic descriptions we see on dog food..
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Sporting Activities Why I Am Against Regulation of the So Called "Dangerous Breeds" "People, understand this: more regulations will not solve the problem. Education and responsible ownership will solve the problem."
This article really drives home the fact that responsible ownership is a much more viable option than more government regulations
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Sporting Activities Working Dogs Veterinary Center Opens! Whether your dog works as a Police K9, Assistance Dog, SAR, Herding, or competes in Schutzhund or other sports, we have felt that one of the features that our visitors really need is the ability to "Ask a veterinarian". Workingdogs.com gets between 10-20 medical related questions a week, so we decided the best thing would be to open a vet center for the Working Dog.
Dr. Randy Acker is hosting Question and Answer Forums on the topics of Canine Trauma, Orthopedic questions, and Working Dog and Sports Medicine. Dr. Acker is the first of several veterinarians which will be joining our new center, so be sure to check back often to see which new areas we add.
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Sporting Activities Dr. De Boer on Kennel Cough and the Working Dog We have added another excellent article to Dr. De Boer's Archives on Kennel Cough, this is a must read for anyone with dogs!
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Sporting Activities New Advanced Canine First Aid We recently reviewed a New Advanced Canine First Aid book, video and kit. We found it to be the most comprehensive system we have seen, it even includes some prescription meds.
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