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September 17, 2013  Subscribe

The Language of Juniors, plus Tick Disease and Your Dogs

Whether inside the ring or standing at the side, junior handlers use their own verbal and non-verbal language. DFR Blogger Kayla Bertagnolli says the message often depends on who is “speaking.” Are you seeing a “pep talk,” watching the supportive action of a “helper,” or is that junior giving the judge her best “stare down?” Read Kayla’s blog, and you’ll be more in the know next time you watch Junior Showmanship.

Knowledge about the variety of tick disease has grown exponentially in the last 10 years. Edward B. Breitschwerdt, D.V.M., Ph.D., a professor of internal medicine at North Carolina State University College of Veterinary Medicine, just may know more about it than anyone else in the U.S. Despite all the new information, he says, it’s still about prevention. Get his expert advice today.

Isn’t Tuesday a great day to check out our photo galleries? You’re back at home, and everyone’s settled into the Monday to Friday routine. Just click on “Show Scene” below our masthead banner, and you’ll find recent winners and candid photos from shows held near and far, including the recent European Dog Show in Geneva, Switzerland.

Susan Chaney

The Language of the Juniors Ring
By Kayla Bertagnolli

Getting together outside of the ring while watching other classes being judged can be a big advantage for junior handlers who are paying attention. Juniors can utilize what they’ve seen and heard more

Tick Disease Info Is Better, but Prevention Is Still Key
By Susan Chaney

Tick disease isn’t as simple as it appeared to be a decade ago. Researchers and clinicians have learned a lot more about the many bacteria, referred to as “pathogens,” that cause the various diseases  more


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The Bottom Line
Bo Bengtson
Kayla Bertagnolli
Karl Donvil
The Back Story
Billy Wheeler
Dog World-UK
Stuart Baillie

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