Back Issues - 2015

Spring 2015
Volume 20   Number 1   preview   full issue

DEPARTMENTS

3 From the Editor
5 Greyhound Bytes
9 Book Review: My Apollo By Carrie Noar
11 Ask the Expert: Separation Anxiety by Deb Levasseur, CBT
40 Hero Hound: Uno
54, 60 Greyhound Humor
65 Poetry: Ode to a Greyhound
67 In Memoriam
68 You’re Invited
70 Marketplace    

FEATURES

15 Out of the Ashes
A fire destroyed the main building at Greys’Land, but could not demolish the heart and soul of the Georgia adoption group. By JoAnn Woodside 
24 Canine Osteosarcoma: Part 1
This first installment in our two-part look at osteosarcoma focuses on current treatment facts and information you need to know. By Nancy Beach
35 Moving with Greyhounds
Moving across the country, or even across town, can be stressful for humans and Greyhounds alike. Veteran Greyhound owners share some tips from their recent
interstate move. By Dave Gillen and Lois Teed-Gillen
42 Emiliano’s Big Trip
It all started with the crash on Easter morning. By Marilyn Mathis
51 Exercise for Ex-Racers
A chasing toy that encourages vigorous play can be a positive way to interact with your Greyhound. By Mary Renck Jalongo
59 Is Your Greyhound a “Fur Kid?”
Researchers investigated the brain’s response to children and canines, with some surprising results. By Henry Townsend
61 Osteoarthritis: What You Need to Know
As many as one in five dogs could develop osteoarthritis, or degenerative joint disease, which can be treated with a variety of medications and therapies. By Dr. Kelly Diehl, compiled from a Morris Animal Foundation webinar

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 2015
Volume 20   Number 2   preview   full issue

DEPARTMENTS

3 From the Editor
5 Greyhound Bytes
10 Book Review: A Hundred Pieces of Me By Stacy Pigott
12 Ask the Expert: Boys vs. Girls by Deb Levasseur, CBT
35, 51, 55 Greyhound Humor
58 You’re Invited
60 In Memoriam
61 Marketplace    

FEATURES

16 Greyhounds on Stage
A local performance of the ballet Giselle offers this owner and her Greyhounds the change to take the stage and raise awareness of Greyhound adoption. By Andrea Hulshult
21 Canine Osteosarcoma: Part 2
Current state of research and new treatments. By Nancy Beach
31 Adopters Racing Alliance
A unique group is bridging the gap between racing and adoption with one very special Greyhound. By Stacy Pigott
38 The Bravest Greyhound
A first-time Greyhound owner learns from a patient hound named Byron. By Aisia de’Anthony
46 Think Outside the Box
Event coordination with a twist can take your group’s adoption success to the next level. By Tammy Wallace
52 Words That Matter
Learn to write engaging and interesting Greyhound biographies to facilitate adoptions. By Mary Renck Jalongo

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 2015
Volume 20   Number 3   preview   full issue

DEPARTMENTS 

3 From the Editor
5 Greyhound Bytes
10 Book Review: The Dog Stays in the
Picture
By Joanne Ardizzone
12 Ask the Expert: Preventing a Fatal Attraction by Deb Levasseur, CBT
48 You’re Invited
49 In Memoriam
50 Marketplace    

FEATURES 

18 Dolce Gambino’s Road to RATCH
A Greyhound’s journey to a Barn Hunt Championship. By Christine Beisert
27 Thunderstorm Phobia
If thunder and lightning scare your Greyhound, there are some things you can do to help him weather the storm. By Jennifer Ng, DVM
31 Community Service with Your Greyhound
One of the ways you can contribute to your community is by training your Greyhound to become a therapy dog. By Mary Renck Jalongo
41 Say Cheese!
Photographs can be an important tool in promoting Greyhound adoptions. By Mary Renck Jalongo

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 2015
Volume 20   Number 4   preview   full issue

In this issue you will find articles about starting a Greyhound walking group, managing resource guarding, a new vaccine for canine influenza, and much more!

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.