Wunderdog Magazine – Issue 9

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Wunderdog Magazine Issue 9 is here. An independent publication for rescue dogs and their people. A Wunderdog is an underdog who became a wonderdog – superhero. Wunderdog tells the stories of rescue dogs and their people. Find plenty of very good dogs and humans, whose adventures will inspire you to get involved and hug your own rescue dog(s) even more.

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Wunderdog Magazine Issue 9 is available on loremnotipsum.com. Ta-dah! Issue 9 of Wunderdog is here, and it’s personal. Our Sustainability special looks at the issue from the inside. Textiles tutor and carbon literacy champion Rowanna Lacey researches the textiles we use and the ways we engage with our dogs’ world. Photographer and environmentalist Debra Bardowicks followed the sniffer dogs of Hawaii as much as she could (her trainers and the terrain weren’t always a mix-and-match situation), and she’s come back with a brilliant, insightful account.

Wunderdog Magazine is an independent publication for rescue dogs and their people. A Wunderdog is an underdog who became a wonderdog – superhero. Wunderdog tells the stories of rescue dogs and their people. Find plenty of very good dogs and humans, whose adventures will inspire you to get involved and hug your own rescue dog(s) even more.

Wunderdog Magazine is an independent publication for rescue dogs and their people. A Wunderdog is an underdog who became a wonderdog – superhero. Wunderdog tells the stories of rescue dogs and their people. Find plenty of very good dogs and humans, whose adventures will inspire you to get involved and hug your own rescue dog(s) even more. We publish a beautiful print magazine twice a year, and we continuously post additional stories on this website. While animal welfare is at the heart of Wunderdog, we also bring you the good life with rescue dogs. The magazine has been called a book for its editorial substance, world-class creatives and beautiful pages.

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Cheyenne Raker researched what may well be the world’s most sustainable dog toy for her Master’s degree, and she shares her findings with us. And the contributor who made me LOL was The Dog Nutritionist, with his sensible approach to reducing our dogs’ carbon pawprint.

This issue is personal beyond the Sustainability section, too. Follow the riveting story of triathlete Louise Harris as she attempts to break the world record for fastest cycle solo from Land’s End to John O’Groats and back. She also fundraised for Galgos del Sol on the way. Don’t miss this story!

Photographer Heike Schneider-Matzigkeit wanted to showcase the love between dogs and their humans, so she asked friends and friends-of-friends in Berlin if they’d like to pose. Is it her fault that they all are photogenic and, frankly, gorgeous?

An di Prima, the Belgian-born Scottish podenco lover and photographer, did another brilliant story for us. After she took the cover shot for issue 8, I asked her for a dog-friendly story in and around Glasgow. Like many Scotland lovers, we pass through Glasgow on the way to the Highlands, but we never stop. So, this was my personal request for a few recommendations. An’s story is gorgeous, as always!

And grief councillor Saskia Saunders didn’t think she’d have to prepare to lose another dog so soon after her Thai rescue Bear passed away. But that’s exactly what she is going through now. Dogs die too soon, and anticipatory grief is a particular kind of heartbreak.

As for me, I’ve enjoyed editing this issue and the works of the many new writers. I interviewed RSCPA Director of Policy, Prevention and Campaigning Emma Slawinski at the charity’s headquarters in Horsham. It was so exciting to meet the probably most important supporter of the Dog Manifesto.

My biggest story in this issue, though, is the article on whether our relationship with dogs is sustainable. Coming back to our special section, I feel a lot of knowledge I’ve sucked up from interviewees and contributors over the years has flown into this piece. I hope you enjoy it!

Details: Wunderdog Magazine – Issue 9

English, 112 pages, printed on FSC-certified paper

Published by Wunderdog Magazine
Manufactured in USA
Available in English
Tag
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Article No. bfwunderdog0009
Weight 430 g
Dimensions 27 × 24 × 1 cm

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