Back Issues - 2014

Spring 2014
Volume 19   Number 1   preview   full issue

DEPARTMENTS

3 From the Editor
5 Greyhound Bytes
News you can sink your teeth into
7 News from The Greyhound Project
19 Behavior
The Fear Factor. Deb Levasseur
23 Medicine
The Scoop on Poop. Mary Pat Parkhill
35 Art
Stealing the Big Screen: A family-friendly movie starring a Greyhound and Burt Reynolds. Carelton Holt
22 Greyhound Humor
41 Reviews
Francesco Marciuliano’s I Could Chew On This: And Other Poems by Dogs is
reviewed by Ellen Schneiderman
43 Hiring a professional photographer for a family photo session that includes your Greyhounds. Kim Ostrander
46 In Memorium
47 You’re Invited
49 Marketplace    

FEATURES 

8 Greyhound Adoption in Australia
The Land Down Under has a thriving Greyhound race industry and a blossoming adoption community. Denise Wigney
13 Saving Galgos at Scooby
Spanish Greyhounds in Medina, Spain, benefit from the efforts of staff and volunteers at the Scooby Animal Shelter. Dr. C. Guillermo Cuoto
27 Westminster Winner
Questions and answers with the Greyhound Best of Breed winner at the famous Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show.
Stacy Pigott
31 Lure Coursing 101: Part 1
Getting started in lure coursing is simple if you follow a few important steps. John Parker

To order a back issue, send a check for $10 per issue (US); $12.75 per issue (Canada & Mexico); or $15 per issue (International) to Celebrating Greyhounds, Attn: Back Issues, PO Box 5239, Framingham, MA 01701. Include a note indicating which issue(s) you are requesting.
Summer 2014
Volume 19   Number 2   preview   full issue

DEPARTMENTS

3 From the Editor
6 Your Letters
8 Greyhound Bytes
News you can sink your teeth into
32, 44 Greyhound Humor
25 Medicine: Similar, Yet Different
Are Galgos simply Greyhounds who bark in Spanish? By C. Guillermo Couto, DVM, dipl. ACVIM and Liliana M. Marín, DVM, MSc
28 In Memoriam
29 Ask the Expert: Why does my dog do that? By Deb Levasseur CTB
61 You’re Invited
63 Marketplace    

FEATURES

11 Pasta’s New Wheels
A young Greyhound with a birth defect is saved from a shelter and finds a forever home with a new set of wheels to help him get around. By Jim McIntosh & Stacy Pigott
33 Bridesmaids, Groomsmen & Greyhounds
Greyhound lovers choose to include their dogs in their weddings. By Stacy Pigott
41 Brothers Forever By Ashley Farrell
45 One Volunteer’s Story By Jan-Ives Campbell
59 Reviews
Who’s Lucky Now? The Lucky Greyhound teaches how lucky a Greyhound can be. by Nancy Wright-Korhonen and Robin Waldman
16 Mo Fun
The Greyhound spirit is brought to life at Moravian College. By Andrea Caudill
22 The Galgo Español: They Are Not Greyhounds
Despite common references as the “Spanish Greyhound,” the Galgo is a unique breed of sighthound with its own characteristics. By Petra Postma
48 Lure Coursing 101: Part 2
Part 1 of this two-part series got you and your Greyhound ready. Now it’s time to experience your first lure coursing event. By John Parker
55 Cutie Pie’s Legacy 
A special Greyhound named Cutie Pie taught everyone around her how perfect Greyhounds can be as therapy dogs. By Christine Macdonald

To order a back issue, send a check for $10 per issue (US); $12.75 per issue (Canada & Mexico); or $15 per issue (International) to Celebrating Greyhounds, Attn: Back Issues, PO Box 5239, Framingham, MA 01701. Include a note indicating which issue(s) you are requesting.
Fall 2014
Volume 19   Number 3   preview   full issue

DEPARTMENTS

3 From the Editor
5 Greyhound Bytes
News you can sink your teeth into
18 Ask The Expert: Why does my dog do that? Displacement behavior. By Deb Levasseur, CBT
26 Book Review: Logan’s Secret.
By Joanne Ardizzone
62 Hall of Fame
Flying Penske. By Dana Provost
65 You’re Invited
67 Holiday Gift Guide
13, 21, 64 Greyhound Humor    

FEATURES

9 Five Minutes with Teddy Palmer
An Oklahoma woman has helped rehome nearly 5,500 Greyhounds over the last 12 years. By Leslie A. Wootten
14 Teddy and Sam: A Love Story
A love-at-first sight stands the test of time. By Chris Grieb
22 An Unlikely Hero
Clobber saves the day by alerting his new family to a potentially life-threatening situation. By Erin Cramer
29 The Real Logan
A lost dog and his long journey to his forever home led author Suzanne Burke to write her first book. By Suzanne Burke
33 Raising Baby
Have you ever wondered how your Greyhound was raised as a puppy? One curious owner decided to find out. By Joee Kam
38 Greyhounds and Aristocrats
Artwork from as early as the 1300s often depicts Greyhounds with royalty, whether religious or earthly in nature. By Henry Townsend
47 5K Fundraisers
A Team Greyhound Adoption of Ohio member shares the group’s experiences after successfully running a 5K fundraiser on April 5. By Becky Smith
53 Walking for a Good Cause
Shelley Bossert and her “honorary Greyhound” help the hounds by walking in Team Greyhound’s 5K. By Shelley Bossert
57 Hounds and Heroes
A special program to match service Greyhounds with military veterans is making a difference. By Barbara Masi

To order a back issue, send a check for $10 per issue (US); $12.75 per issue (Canada & Mexico); or $15 per issue (International) to Celebrating Greyhounds, Attn: Back Issues, PO Box 5239, Framingham, MA 01701. Include a note indicating which issue(s) you are requesting.
Winter 2014
Volume 19   Number 4   preview   full issue

DEPARTMENTS

2, 14, 30 Greyhound Humor
3 From the Editor
6 Greyhound Bytes
News you can sink your teeth into
12 Your Letters
13 Book Review Fantasy Fiction
An ancient race of dog-shifters saves the world from evil. By Tammy Wallace
65 In Memoriam
66 You’re Invited
67 Marketplace    

FEATURES

15 Prison Greyhounds
Prison Greyhounds provides foster homes and training for Greyhounds and hope for inmates. By Mary Louden
24 Animal Reiki
Reiki harnesses the power of energy to promote self-healing in humans and Greyhounds. By Suzanne Burke
31 Who’s Afraid of the Big Bad Wolf?
Timid, shy, and spooky Greyhounds exhibit unique fear issues that can be helped with understanding and training. By Deb Levasseur, CTB
37 Greyhound Lost: A Minivan Warning
Greyhound Kazi’s journey includes running across multi-lane highways and braving a cold, rainy night. By Alice Brown
43 Many Happy Returns
An elderly Greyhound is returned and finds a forever home. By Barbara Williams
48 Are They Good with Kids?
There are several steps adoption groups can take to ensure the successful placement of retired racers in families with young children. By Mary Renck Jalongo
59 Who’s the Boss?
When it comes to Greyhound training and behavior, do you really need to be the pack leader? By Deb Levasseur, CTB
61 No Crying on Christmas Eve
A holiday short story by D. Bruce DeKing
63 Notes About Greyhounds
A poem by By Alberto Alvaro Ríos

To order a back issue, send a check for $10 per issue (US); $12.75 per issue (Canada & Mexico); or $15 per issue (International) to Celebrating Greyhounds, Attn: Back Issues, PO Box 5239, Framingham, MA 01701. Include a note indicating which issue(s) you are requesting.