We are continuing with our efforts to bring in articles from everywhere. The mandate of this magazine is to educate, inform and instruct. As always there are articles on training that are valid no matter your location or breed. We are continuing a series on performing with your Havanese, from South Africa. We have a few pieces of historical note, one from Zoila from Cuba. We have a great article on Westminster this year, written by the Breeder who won Breed. Cruft’s in the U.K. is mired in controversy for the second year in a row. In this issue there is humor, fun, education and a very interesting Letter to the Editor. And don’t miss those dog spots.
Here is the Table of Contents for Issue #13: Behavior is the Result of Consequences - Bill Burns, What’s in my Bag? - Steven Ng, Havanese, The Essential Guide for the Havanese Lover- written by Patricia B. McRae, Ph.D., a book review by Kathryn Braund, Havanese Doggy Room - Sandra Maes, Bad Hair Daze - Saki and Tak Fry, My Life with Dogs, Part III - Lonnie Raia, Fence Fighting - Joan Weston, The Cruft’s Debate - Wendy Allenby, How We Got to Westminster - Bev Dorma, Strangers are Just Friends We Haven’t Met Yet - CJ Jackson, Beyond the Ring, Misconceptions - Suzanne McKay, Hugo, My Agility Savant - Suzie Kalman, The Biggest Bang - Teddy Green, Mommyism 101 Applied to Dog Shows - Shelley Camm, Tales from the Beach Pt. 12, How Many Kids Do You Have? - Tom Wettlaufer, Letter to the Editor, Training the Moves - Anita Rademeyer, Letters from Cuba, Personal Memories XII: The Havanese and their Homeland - Zoila Portuondo Guerra and What is Blowing Coat? - Darlah Potechin
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