You might have seen that the April 2021 cowl seemed a bit of extra full of article descriptions than ordinary. We’ve been tinkering a bit with the editorial combine and bringing some added worth to your subscriptions with extra authors and extra articles in every situation. We’ll hold providing you with the kind of in-depth info you depend on WDJ to supply, however current you with extra tightly centered articles, too.
As a long-time subscriber to the New Yorker, I would be the first to confess I can’t discover the time to learn all of the very lengthy articles they publish, however I can usually give the shorter ones a scan. I save their again points – significantly those that include articles on subjects I actually am inquisitive about – however the stack retains rising, and the clock by no means appears to supply any further time to catch up! I don’t wish to put the identical burden on WDJ readers!
This situation incorporates articles by new contributors: Eileen Fatcheric, DVM, a veterinary author, and Jennifer Berg, an authorized skilled canine coach.
Dr. Fatcheric, a veterinarian and an avid agility competitor from Syracuse, New York, wrote two articles for us in her debut: one about gabapentin, a ache reliever that’s grown more and more well-liked with veterinarians as a result of its effectiveness, low price, and lack of unwanted side effects; and the second about cleansing your canine’s ears to forestall ear infections. We’re happy to have Dr. Fatcheric’s clear and concise contributions.
Jennifer Berg’s dog-training enterprise is situated in Regina, Saskatchewan, and known as Oberhund. Along with her group and personal dog-training lessons, Berg presents consultations on dog-park design. She’s engaged on an article for our subsequent situation on how house owners can scale back conflicts between canine at canine parks to maintain their canine protected.
I took the photographs that accompany Berg’s article on this situation about safely introducing canine to paddlesports. Since my very own two canine have already got lots of expertise in a canoe and on paddleboards, I wanted a mannequin. I thought-about utilizing the 10-month-old mixed-breed canine I’m fostering, however she has been with me for lower than every week and has been by quite a few adjustments lately (shelter, adoption, return, shelter, and now, my home for fostering). So, as an alternative, I requested my good friend Jessie, who owns one among my former foster puppies, 2-year-old Nova; they’ve modeled for me for different articles. All I can say is, thank goodness we adopted all of Berg’s options for introducing Nova to paddleboarding tools on dry land. Because it was, we had some surprises after we acquired to the water. See Berg’s article when you plan to paddle along with your canine this spring or summer season.
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