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Spring 2018
Cover Story: Tuna Melts My Heart
Issue Highlights
Featured articles include what to see and do in Laguna Beach, CA, highlights of dog-friendly beaches and vacation planning tips. Periodontal Disease in Cats and Diabetes are the pet-health topics in this issue. Read about how Kids and pets are “good for each other.” Read the issue <…>

Winter 2018
Cover Story: The Wonder of Boo Boo
Issue Highlights
Featured articles include Medical Care of Senior Pets and some of the common diseases found in senior pets — osteoarthritis and mitral valve disease. Read our winter gift guide for dogs as reviewed by Boogie Shoes, and must-have cat products are also highlighted. Our travel spotlight is Solana Beach area of San Diego. Also read training articles and check out the events section. Read the issue <…>


Fall 2017
Cover Story: Patch, Opening the door to a whole new world
Issue Highlights
Featured articles include Understanding Coyotes and how to co-exist with them; Cushing’s Disease in Dogs; So You Think You Want a Snake?; and a grooming article from John Paul Pet about bathing basics. Read about fall fashions for dogs as reviewed by Boogie Shoes, and must-have cat products are also highlighted. Our travel spotlight is the Little Italy area of San Diego. Also read training articles and check out the events section. Read the issue <…>
Summer 2017
Cover Story: Buddy, of Living Free Animal Sanctuary
Issue Highlights
Skin problems for dogs and cats are explained in this issue. Read about summer safety tips and caring for aging pets. Mayor Max of Idyllwild checks in with some annual events, some of San Diego’s favorite spots are reviewed too. Is your cat bored? We’ve got some great tips for keeping your cat active. Read the issue <…>
Spring 2017
Cover Story: Bogart, of the Beagle Freedom Project
Issue Highlights
In this issue we look at marijuana—if it is legal, should you give it to your pet? Is your cat going bald? Read about so possible causes of alopecia. There’s an article about a missing pet and what you can learn from the owner’s experience in locating it. What do you know about the mosquitos in southern California—do you know how to protect yourself and your companions? Plus there are tips about traveling with your pet, from a cat show veteran. Read the issue <…>
Winter 2017
Cover Story: Diva, a beautiful therapy dog
Issue Highlights
Our Winter issue is full of articles! Read about the Standard Poodle of the Desert monthly meet-up, innovative furniture for dogs and cats, and how disabled pets can get the help they need. Have you recently looked at your backyard as a potential smorgasbord for your dog or cat? Learn some of the potential dangers that lurk there. Is your dog prone to ear infections? If so, read this step-by-step article on how to treat ear infections. Read the issue <…>

Additional Archives  Please click on a cover to be directed to the full digital version. Older issues may not be available.


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