In this issue of The Bark : This spring issue of The Bark covers a wide-ranging of articles and stories is an apt match for the new season.
In “Heavy Petting,” Jeannette Cooperman digs into the right and wrong ways to greet and show our affection for dogs, while behaviorist Karen London explains just how important it is to incorporate games into our dog’s daily routine—plus, it strengthens our bond. Turning to culture, “A Dog on the Beat” by Dylan Brody is an apt way to commemorate Lawrence Ferlinghetti’s centenary birthday this year, and classical music enthusiast Dennis Bartel provides a master class in composers who had doggy muses. Our pal Gregory Edmont brings us news from Paris, where, at long last, parks are opening their gates to les chiens (surprisingly, until this year, they were closed). A continent away, Dani Redd guides us through her neighborhood in Bangalore and introduces us to its street dogs, many of whom are tended to by residents and humane NGOs. And a Swedish, dog-loving, youthful activist is making us all take notice about the need to act now about climate change.
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