WDJ

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AcronymDefinition
WDJWissenschaft des Judentums (German: Jewish studies)
WDJWhole Dog Journal
WDJWeb Developer's Journal
WDJWeltverband Deutschsprachiger Journalisten (German: World Association of German-Speaking Journalists)
WDJWeb Designers Jo (Jordan)
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CJ Puotinen, author of The Encyclopedia of Natural Pet Care (McGraw-Hill, 2000) and other books, writes for The Whole Dog Journal and other publications.
WHOLE DOG JOURNAL'S APPROVED CANNED DOG FOODS FOR 2017 PRODUCT NAME Number of Range of Protein Content Company Information Varieties Range of Fat Content ADDICTION 9 grain-free Min.
Of course, we know now how wrong and cruel that was, and I doubt there's a Whole Dog Journal reader out there who would try to argue that dogs don't feel pain.
Many readers commented on the post I wrote on the Whole Dog Journal blog page (wholedogjournal.com/blog) about the incidents that led to the dogs' deaths (one as a result of injuries, and one by euthanasia)--and many readers told their own heartbreaking stories dog-aggressive dogs that they loved and tried to rehabilitate.
I have been a subscriber for years to Whole Dog Journal. I am always particularly interested in the approved dry (and canned) food lists.
TO FIND MORE PAST ARTICLES, GO TO WHOLE DOG JOURNAL.COM AND ENTER A TOPIC OR KEYWORDS IN THE "SEARCH" BOX.
But, boy, am I grateful that I've had the collective wisdom of all of the past 20 years' worth of Whole Dog Journal writers and contributors to draw on for help and guidance as I raise and train my dogs, as well as an all-too-steady stream of needy foster dogs.
Whole Dog Journal readers are not likely to fall into the "completely clueless" category, but in case you haven't had a puppy for a while--or ever--and recently adopted or are thinking of adopting, here's a refresher course for you on the topic of the 10 most important things you should teach your puppy.
I'm willing to bet there are a ton of Whole Dog Journal readers who have unconventional and unintentional cues that they use with their own dogs.
I couldn't be more excited to introduce this new column in Whole Dog Journal. I've been wanting to find someone to write a regular column about home-prepared cooked and raw diets for WDJ, but no one I've discussed it with and proposed it to has been able to commit to the amount of work it's going to take.