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Dogs Monthly Magazine October2011 Back Issue

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When you look at your canine companion can you tell how he’s feeling – whether he’s happy or contented or anxious or angry?

Human and canine facial expressions are surprisingly similar as trainer and behaviourist
Lez Graham explains on page 22. On a related theme Craig Roberts and Ross McCarthy discuss a piece of scientific research (p48) that looked at whether dogs can discriminate familiar faces and recognise other dogs by sight.

The rest of this month’s issue is packed as ever with informative articles and unmissable treats. Learn what’s involved in becoming a doggy foster carer on page 12 and take a behind the scenes look at training water rescue dogs in Italy (p62) and hearing dogs in the UK (p54). On page 46 our new writer vet James Grierson explains why a diagnosis of hip dysplasia should not be seen as a devastating one. Breed focus on Australian Shepherd.
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Dogs Monthly

October2011 When you look at your canine companion can you tell how he’s feeling – whether he’s happy or contented or anxious or angry? Human and canine facial expressions are surprisingly similar as trainer and behaviourist Lez Graham explains on page 22. On a related theme Craig Roberts and Ross McCarthy discuss a piece of scientific research (p48) that looked at whether dogs can discriminate familiar faces and recognise other dogs by sight. The rest of this month’s issue is packed as ever with informative articles and unmissable treats. Learn what’s involved in becoming a doggy foster carer on page 12 and take a behind the scenes look at training water rescue dogs in Italy (p62) and hearing dogs in the UK (p54). On page 46 our new writer vet James Grierson explains why a diagnosis of hip dysplasia should not be seen as a devastating one. Breed focus on Australian Shepherd.


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When you look at your canine companion can you tell how he’s feeling – whether he’s happy or contented or anxious or angry?

Human and canine facial expressions are surprisingly similar as trainer and behaviourist
Lez Graham explains on page 22. On a related theme Craig Roberts and Ross McCarthy discuss a piece of scientific research (p48) that looked at whether dogs can discriminate familiar faces and recognise other dogs by sight.

The rest of this month’s issue is packed as ever with informative articles and unmissable treats. Learn what’s involved in becoming a doggy foster carer on page 12 and take a behind the scenes look at training water rescue dogs in Italy (p62) and hearing dogs in the UK (p54). On page 46 our new writer vet James Grierson explains why a diagnosis of hip dysplasia should not be seen as a devastating one. Breed focus on Australian Shepherd.
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If you’re looking for the best dog magazine on the market we think you’ve found it. Dogs Monthly is definitely not your average Fido when it comes to doggy reads. Packed with tantalising articles achievable training features and no nonsense advice it will warm the heart of every dog lover.

Dogs Monthly is put together by people passionate about dogs who work with an enviable team of highly-respected trainers behaviourists breeders vets nutritionists and legal experts. We pride ourselves on giving the best and most up to date doggy advice so you can give your dog the good life he deserves.
Dogs Monthly is bold fresh positive and vibrant filled with inspiring features fabulous reader offers fantastic competitions and plenty of opportunities to see your own furry four-legged friend on the page. It’s Britain’s fastest growing dog magazine and readers say they just can’t put it down. Come and join us and see for yourself.

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