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1. Bark

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Asin: B00006K5BD
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Publisher: Bark
Sales Rank: 101
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent magazine
Not your usual magazine. Great articles - helpful information. Interesting stories.

5-0 out of 5 stars NPR for Dog Lovers
Smart, fair, funny and informative. I often refer to this periodical as the NPR for dog lovers. Actually you can see that many times contributors are people from NPR. Our dogs are our family and we enjoy them very much. I read this magazine from cover to cover. I have given many gifts subscriptions!

5-0 out of 5 stars The Bark is The Best!
The Bark is by far the greatest magazine for dog lovers ever printed! Insightful articles, essay, stories, and artwork keep you waiting eagerly for the next issue. They cover health, training, home decorating, entrepreneurs, absolutely everything! And maybe most importantly, the Bark does not cater to breeders or exploiters. Instead of advertisements for kennels, they promote shelters and spay/neuter programs. No AKC elitists here! Every dog counts. And if you are looking for the lastest and greatest pet products, their advertisers have the most original and unusual things to be found anywhere. This magazine focuses on human relationships with the dogs that share our world, housepets to service dogs. When each new issue arrives (and there aren't enough!) we make popcorn for ourselves and for our dogs and the we all hit the couch for the entire evening. If you have one dog, no dog, or many, this is the quintessential reading for any person who has ever loved a canine!

5-0 out of 5 stars The New Yorker, for people who live with dogs
Bark is not a how-to-care-for-your-dog magazine. It's a magazine about living with dogs. It has fascinating articles about the lives of dogs and people with dogs. It has history of dogs and poems about dogs and interviews with dog trainers and sheep herders and canine rescue squads ... If you want the latest pet grooming tricks, you won't find it here, but if you want insight into what dogs mean to people and what people mean to dogs, this is your magazine. Charming, touching, smart and simply wonderful.

5-0 out of 5 stars A different dog magazine
I can't wait to open each issue of The Bark when it arrives; it never fails to inspire. My dog is part of my family, and The Bark reflects that way of life. Life with my dog. Unlike other dog magazines, The Bark doesn't tell me how to train my dog or what type of dog food I should buy; instead I find articles written by those who share their lives with dogs, and who have something to say about it to readers who live with dogs. If you don't live with a dog, you might after you read The Bark! ... Read more


2. Dog Fancy
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Publisher: Fancy Publications
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Average Customer Review: 4.41 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars My absolute favorite magazine
Each month I am so excited when I receive my DF issue! I always read it cover to cover and learn so much about how to properly care for my dog. It has wonderful training tips and expert methods, talks about finding the right diet, profiles different breeds, and even provides stories and news straight from the dog world. And so much more! Another reason I like it so much is because I sent in two letters, and they published them both! That was exciting. I always learn something new with each issue! So I suggest you subscribe to DF if you are a dog lover, a dog owner, or both (like me).

5-0 out of 5 stars A Must-Have for Any Dog Owner!!!!
Dog Fancy is definitely one of the best magazines around for dog owners. There's information on practically every topic available, including health care, training, nutrition, exercise, safety, traveling, selecting a dog, an annual puppy issue, and even cleaning tips. While Dog Fancy praises shelter dogs and mixed-breeds, they also feature 3 breeds in each magazine--usually two fairly well-known dogs and a rare breed. Definitely a must-buy!

1-0 out of 5 stars check out Dog and Kennel
this magazine is not at all what i expected. if you want the most for your money, check out dog and kennel magazine.

5-0 out of 5 stars every month a joy
i have more animals than I know, I love best my gang of dogs, and this mag. has it all products, reviews, vet info, wonderful stories

5-0 out of 5 stars If you have a dog, you need this magazine
this is my favorite dog magazine...lots of useful information and the price on Amazon is really cheap compared to buying it from the mag company ... Read more


3. Whole Dog Journal
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Asin: B00023J4HK
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Publisher: Belvoir Publications, Inc.
Sales Rank: 384
Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars Best in Show of dog magazines
Too often dog magazines are the product of advertisers and the seemingly unlimited monetary marketing budget of the commercial market. The Whole Dog Journal does not accept commercial advertisements therefore they say what needs to be said.

Most folks don't realize that holistic, natural care for animals has existed for centuries and the commercialization of pet care has only existed for merely a half century. The commercial food industry didn't even exist until the mid-1900's, yet because we are so heavily exposed to commercially marketed products (because they tend to tradeoff investing money that would be better spent in improving the quality of their products into marketing exposure of a lesser quality product), most consumers aren't even aware of better quality food products because their dollars are invested in better quality ingredients at the expense of marketing exposure.

Whole Dog Journal readers will learn about the better quality of pet care rather than a "PetsMart" type market which only allocates shelf space to the commercial market (paid for shelf space just like the human food supermarkets - whoever pays (and pays the most) for the shelf space gets on the shelf, quality is not a top priority, money is).

It's a shame that pet owners have to encounter a health tragedy with our pets before we are "enlightened" to the causes of that tragedy, usually attributed to what we put in (such as nutrient deficient, poor quality food, chemical medications, vaccination assaults) and on our canine child's body and then we feel the need to search for a better way to prevent repeating the process which lead to these health tragedies had we been informed. Well, Welcome to the Whole Dog Journal where you will be so informed.

The Whole Dog Journal provides much needed information to educate canine moms and dads on issues of blood tests, titers, vaccinations, health, heartworm and parasite issues, positive training tools and methods, products, and expert editorials. And now they have an online version with access to the printed version online, archival search, links, access to editors to answer specific dog owning questions.

The best way to make the best decisions where your "canine kids" are concerned is to be "FULLY" informed. If you think you are entitled to be completely informed rather than selectively informed, then include the Whole Dog Journal in your home.

5-0 out of 5 stars Best Dog Magazine Out There!
I've read dozens of different dog magazines - from Dog Fancy to to Bark to Animal Fair. Every other dog magazine is too heavily influenced by advertisements. Reviews are not really reviews but catalogs. A lot of Dog Fancy's articles are the same general info over and over again. I wanted to find a magazine with quality articles and product reviews I could trust and depend on. This is what I have found in the Whole Dog Journal. They can put more quality information in 20 pages than Dog Fancy can in a whole year's subscription. The Whole Dog Journal is a must for every dog owner - even if you don't consider yourself a "holistic pet owner" everyone has a lot they can learn from this wonderful magazine.

In response to the person who reported "The articles unfortunately tend to veer into holistic mythology, discussing things like "bodily energy" rather than focusing on science." I have NEVER found this to be true. I thought the articles were suprisingly more on the objective side than I had expected them to be.

5-0 out of 5 stars The Whole Dog Journal is Top Dog!
Dog lovers rejoice! The Whole Dog Journal is the most complete magazine for those who want to give their dogs only the best. With everything from holistic care ideas to natural problem-behavior solutions, WDJ is the publication to trust.

One of the best features of WDJ is their unbiased yearly rating of numerous holistic, premium, and ultra-premium dog foods. This was the feature which hooked me, and I have NEVER again gone back to the old foods which I learned were causing my pets' health problems!

This publication deserves 5 stars (and four paws up!) for excellence in bringing dog-lovers and gaurdians the most beneficial, unbiased information and latest research from the holistic/alternative/training arenas!

5-0 out of 5 stars Can't reccomend this one enough!
Every pooch should come with this great magazine. I have been getting it now for 4 years and do not plan to stop!

5-0 out of 5 stars Wonderful Publication-- the BEST!!
I simply can't say enough good about this "Consumer Reports" for dogs. I have learned more about dog health and the safety of dog products than I ever have before.

They accept no advertising so their info is unbiased. Our dogs are important members of our family and we want the best for them. Even the price of the publication is reasonable considering all the money we have saved now that we are enlightened "dog parents." Love it!!! ... Read more


4. Bird Talk
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Asin: B00005N7OW
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Publisher: Fancy Publications
Sales Rank: 335
Average Customer Review: 3.73 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars A must have for parrot owners and bird lovers
When you have parrots, you can never have too much information. Especially new parrot owners should have at least one year of this magazine. It's full of articles on behavior, medical issues, fun stories, and serious conservation issues. I especially like the behavior articles. They have excellent authors like Mattie Sue Athan, Bobbi Brinker and a host of other well known authors, breeders and bird owners. I have a Macaw, Cockatoo and African Grey - and I have pulled back issues of Bird Talk many a time to find things out like "why is he doing that?" or "should he be doing this?" It especially helped when my parrot was beginning to act aggressive, I found out from Bird Talk that this tends to happen when they are moulting. So make sure you get your info, you won't be sorry.

3-0 out of 5 stars Good Beginner's Magazine
Bird Talk is a good magazine for people new to companion birds, including children. It contains solid basic information on diet, housing, and safety for new bird owners. The focus is on parrots, though recent articles have begun to cover some finches and softbills as well. Reading this magazine for a year will be enough to help most people decide if a bird is right for them, and to give people some idea of what species to select. The beautiful photography and extensive advertising for specialty products are also plusses.

There are three main drawbacks to Bird Talk. First, the information is very basic. Those interested in in-depth information on any species won't find it here - check out books or the AFA Watchbird (the American Federation of Aviculture's magazine) for more serious information. Second, as another reviewer pointed out, the material is often redundant. Subscribe for two years or more, and you'll feel like you're reading back issues instead of a current magazine. Finally, the magazine tends NOT to cover the more difficult aspects of bird ownership in any depth. As any parrot rescue can tell you, parrots (like dogs) can have some serious behavior issues if not properly socialized and cared for, including screaming, feather picking, aggression, and self-mutilation. The magazine glosses over or outright ignores the more difficult side of parrot ownership, which is unfortunate, especially since so many up-and-coming bird owners rely on it for information.

2-0 out of 5 stars Lots of advertisements! Little information¿
If you are looking for a magazine and have low expectations. A magazine with a few cute photos, with very basic (VERY) information then you may want to read a copy of this as well as a few others produced by this same publisher.

I cannot stress any more that the information contained within these pages are BASIC! If you know that parrots have hard beaks then I can honestly say that you will probably read this magazine in 5 min flat.

DO NOT take the blind advice through advertisements on what to feed your bird. Find someone knowledgably in the subject. It will make the difference between your bird living 40% of its life span and 100%.

1-0 out of 5 stars If you and your bird are both grown-ups, don't bother...
As another reviewer pointed out, everything is about baby birds. If you acquire a bird as an adult, this magazine will only frustrate you.

They offer basic information to get the beginner started, assuming they are buying a baby, but a serious bird owner will outgrow this magazine in about a year.

If you and your bird have made it through adolescence, and you feed pellets/fresh fruits/veggies/fresh water daily, keep a clean environment and don't use non-stick cookware/aerosols/etc. you've probably already outgrown it.

And Bird Talk is geared toward inexperienced pet bird owners, not breeders. Breeding is far too advanced for the audience that this magazine is directed to, so they touch very lightly on it, offering nothing that a breeder wouldn't already know.

5-0 out of 5 stars great!
this magazine informs me on the behaviors and keeping of caged birds it always has intresting and informative articals I highly recommend it to hobbists, breeders and novices alike. ... Read more


5. Hobby Farms
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Asin: B00007LNHY
Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: BowTie, Inc
Sales Rank: 421
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars Farming is Fun
This magazine is my dream magazine. I subscribed to it immediately after reading a few articles while my parents were shopping at the tractor supply store. It has quite a few useful articles covering everything from animal health to hoof trimming, to special breed information and generators. I think it's a must for anyone who has ever been interested in farming or ranching, or just getting back to the country life.

4-0 out of 5 stars Excellent for those dreaming of their own little farm...
My husband and I have bought the past 2 issues of Hobby Farms, and we really enjoy it! It always has articles about organic methods for gardening, interesting information about animals you might not have considered (this month, Dairy Sheep!), equipment for use on the small farm, and a variety of other useful bits of information. Similar to magazines like OG & Mother Earth News, but more focused on specific information for "back to the farm" individuals and lots more info on animals instead of just gardening. It has fewer ads than most magazines, but the ads are still there... but at least they're grouped next to articles that have a similar topic! ... Read more


6. Your Dog
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Asin: B000066HUU
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Publisher: Tufts Media/Tufts School of Veterinary M
Sales Rank: 530
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars Wonderful, invaluable articles and information!
I received this newsletter free of charge for awhile and when it stopped I REALLY missed it. It had great articles on training, behavior, health, diet, exercise, dog supplies, review of new gadgets etc. And it's written by veterinarians! Well worth the money.

5-0 out of 5 stars No barks about it's worth your kibble!
I have received this magazine for about two years now. It covers a variety of topics and gives you the most up to date information out there. The articles show the different points of view on many "hot topics" ie. vaccines. We've talked to our Vet a few times about what we've read and its help us to help our pets. ... Read more


7. Cat Fancy
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Asin: B00005NINI
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Publisher: Fancy Publications
Sales Rank: 91
Average Customer Review: 4.36 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars Extra Help for Cat Owners
I purchased this magazine subscription when I brought home my third kitty, a Persian. I had owned long haired cats many times but never a Persian. I needed advice on grooming a long haired and possible health concerns of this breed. This magazine is fantastic...filled with pointers on health, grooming, nurtrition, behavior, it features a specific breed every month (with poster that my daughter loved) It has heart warming stories about real pet owners and their pets. At the end of the magazine their is classifieds for many new cat products, breeds and information on cat shows around the country. I enjoy mine so much and find them so helpful, I save them for future reference.

5-0 out of 5 stars Spicy & Sweet
Inside Cat Fancy magazine there is always a 'Kids For Cats' article. These are my favorite because it allows kids to express and share their oppinions with stories, poems, drawings of their pet cats and books. This is the section I read first. It has wonderful submissions in it, and it leaves you gaping at how amazing these kid's creative minds work.
The second place I go is to the breed article. There is always some new breed there, information and all. And these are just a few of my favorites!

4-0 out of 5 stars Spoil Yourself and your Feline Companion(s)!
I recently subscribed to Cat Fancy after bringing two amazing kittens into my life. I previously owned another cat, now deceased, and I regret not having subscribed to this magazine for the seventeen years that I owned him as well.

The articles comprising Cat Fancy include a featured (centerfold) breed, "Ask the vet," "Humane Matters," and various other articles including topics such as how to know what various cat noises mean, and how to handle cats when you have allergies. The articles never go too in depth, but merely give the reader a taste of the subject matter, to be researched further should an interest be generated. Cat Fancy is also full of gorgeous photos, some of which are taken by readers and sent in to the magazine. The "Feline Bookshelf" section highlights more in-depth reads, as well as children's cat books. There is also an event calendar in which you can look up feline-related events in your area.

One of few things I really don't like in this magazine is all of the advertisements, as well as the huge directory included in the back. The directory may be useful if you are searching for purebred cats, perhaps for showing, but the majority of cat owners out there probably aren't. Furthermore, the magazine tends to be rather short.

Nonetheless, I find Cat Fancy to be a useful resource and an interesting read. It's a great way to stay current with kitty-related issues and items without constant visits to the vet. As with any magazine, certain articles are going to be more intriguing to certain people than others. However, at a price like this it really is worth the money for a year-long subscription!

3-0 out of 5 stars A little disappointing
I received a subscription of Cat Fancy as a gift from a friend who knows I'm a cat lover. More often than not, though, I find myself disappointed with the magazine, especially after I've finished reading it. The magazine mainly consists of a heartwarming story or two, a page of new products for cats or cat lovers, a breed profile, and a couple feature stories about selected topics (e.g. kittens, older cats, some medical condition). About a quarter of the magazine is comprised of ads for breeders.

Most of the time, the articles don't relate to my cats, and when I do see something interesting, the article turns out to be pretty vague. For example, there was an article on alternative/natural cat litters. The article listed a few different types of litter, but there was no information on the benefits or drawbacks of each kind. The gist of the article was pretty much: X, Y, and Z are different litters, look them up and see what's best for you. Most of the information in the magazine is either too general or too specific. I won't be renewing my subscription, but I would probably buy off the newsstand if I saw an article that applied to my cats.

As a cat magazine it's OK, but compared to magazines in general, it's not that great.

5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent Magazine For Cat Lovers
'Cat Fancy' is the best mass market cat magazine in print. It provides excellent information for cat owners and prospective cat owners on the mysteries of our feline companions. There are monthly articles on health issues and diseases, question and answer with vets and other experts, stories on animal rescuers, and extensive reader mail. Additionally there is a monthly article profiling a certain breed, and numerous photos (including the centerfold photo) of that breed. I appreciate their coverage of purebreds, but I am glad that the magazine does not dwell exclusively on them.

As a side note, it is much cheaper to subscribe to 'Cat Fancy' through Amazon than any other way that I can recall. At this price it's a steal, but it's a bargain at any price for a cat person. ... Read more


8. Aquarium Fish Magazine
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Asin: B00005N7OK
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Publisher: Fancy Publications
Sales Rank: 257
Average Customer Review: 4.17 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars A FISH Story
AQUARIUM FISH, an AMERICAN publication is done well. Yes after reading the reviews here I can say the ads are abundent as the articles also are repetitive. But helping people learn more is a vital part of any hobby.

I also wish there were more fresh water and pond articles in it. But a mixture can never please everyone.

Having a forum in it would be a great addition as would an online one.

We have a few tanks of different sizes of freshwater so my opinion is skewed for that.

I will resubscribe at an extreme discount but why do they not have a multi year one???

5-0 out of 5 stars do you need more photos?
we have a pair of oscars that have just started breeding. they have givin us 2 batches in 3 weeks. we have pictures of her laying the eggs and we have many pictures of the baby's. the really young batch and the older too.please get back to us.
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2-0 out of 5 stars Mainly for beginners
In my opinion, this magazine used to be better than it is now.
I stopped subscribing when it got to the point that the great majority of articles were clearly written for rank beginners and very repetitive of other articles in recent issues. I don't need to read yet another article on how to take care of guppies or explaining what a barb is.
Also, as with most hobby magazines, there isn't much copy editing or fact-checking.
Another beef I have about this and most other aquarium mags is that a large proportion of the articles are about tropical reef organisms and reef aquarium issues, when keepers of reef or other marine tanks are only a small percentage of aquarists. They, and we, would be better served by moving this material to specialized salt-water publications.
On the other hand, Aquarium Fish does still have some good writers on certain topics. You just have to wade through a lot of repetition of basic information to find them.

4-0 out of 5 stars good or bad?
not a lot of articles on fresh water fish, but when there is its great! do not be fooled by size half of it is advertisements.

4-0 out of 5 stars Good magazine, but...
I love this magazine, I do. But alot of the time I feel like it should be titled "Saltwater Aquarium Fish." Most of the fish talked about are saltwater species, although they do have freshwater on occasion, and the topics covered can get a bit repetitious. However, this is one of the few aquarium magazines out there, and it does have excellent information for the hobbyist. I highly recommend this magazine for any fish lover, especially if you have children. The section exclusively devoted to children's questions doesn't make them seem insignificant to adult's questions -- instead, they treat the kids with respect, as the future of the hobby. Kudos for respecting all questions, from every age! ... Read more


9. Dog World
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Asin: B00005N7PV
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Publisher: Fancy Publications
Sales Rank: 1068
Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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Devoted to and edited for breeders, exhibitors, hobbyists and professionals in kennel operations, groomers, veterinarians, animal hospital/clinics and pet supply outlets.
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4-0 out of 5 stars Geared more towards professionals than pet owners
While I like Dog World, I think it's geared more towards professionals, such as breeders and showers, instead of pet owners. For example, there are columns on show grooming, breeding, and dog showing. I've seen several articles on topics such as choosing a stud dog and building your own kennel, rather than topics such as cleaning tips and training good manners, things that pet owners should know. While pet owners can enjoy Dog World, I would recommend Dog World to professionals and Dog Fancy to pet owners.

5-0 out of 5 stars Rare Breeds in Dog World
I recommend Dog World it lists rare breeds of some
dogs, not like others that dont have them listed.
I'll keep subscribing for the rest of my life. Keep
up the fine work.

4-0 out of 5 stars more expansive in topics covered
Having recieved both DogFancy and DogWorld, I prefer DogWorld. I have found that DogFancy tends to focus more on purebreds and AKC events than on the general, everyday mutts of America and what the owner of one can do with them. As an owner of a shelter mutt, I appreciate DogWorld's emphasis on the world of dogs- their nutrition, health/care, exercise, and varied news paragraphs. I especially like the column on agility training- it is as beneficial to agility persons as well as great advice for any other sport- flyball, obedience, herding/hunting trials, etc. since all sports deal with pretty much the same mental and physical aspects. I also really enjoy the different sports they highlight in each issue. The only thing about DogWorld that bothers me is its series articles. If you don't follow one series to completion you get confused and sometimes the series are more geared to the professional world (veternarians and trainers) than to the 'regular' folk. DogWorld gives a much more rounded view of the world of dogs and what can be done with them than DogFancy which tends to focus on more of the breeding side of the world and AKC.

5-0 out of 5 stars This is the mutts nuts!
I was drawn to this publication by the haunting image of Shep (from Blue Peter) calling me to read more. I dunno how close John Leslie and Shep were, but you can read a very probing(!) interview, which examines the closeness of the relationship and how such a lovely fluffy animal can become part of the family, like an aunt or uncle.

5-0 out of 5 stars For dog professionals or the dog-obsessed
I haven't subscribed in a few years, but I've picked up a few off the newsstands. I purchase Dog Fancy, and it's not a bad magazine, but of the two, its more your "Entertainment Tonight," while Dog World is more like "60 Minutes." Neither is necessarily better than the other, it just depends on what you want. While I was managing a vet clinic and doing some dog training, I preferred Dog World. In my opinion it delved more deeply into issues and wasn't afraid to ruffle some feathers (ie when the AKC "dog-napped" the Australian Shepherd, and when dog breed legislation started to get out of control). It was a great reference tool to find serious breeders, trainers, and pet supplies, and so more heavy on the advertisements, but as someone who counseled others in all aspects of dog care, I actually appreciated this feature of Dog World. When I left the "bizz," I just wanted to stay up on issues in a not-so-serious presentation, and Dog Fancy was my magazine of choice.

I find both magazines' coverage of issues fair and balanced most of the time. What I tend to find with other lesser known magazines is they slant toward the methods, opinions, and personality of one or two people, or one political (for lack of a better word) camp. For instance, one magazine, heavily AKC focused, had nothing good to say about Schutzhund, and I found the feeling was reciprocated by the Schutzhund magazine editors. You'll also find biased articles in Dog Fancy and Dog World, but they're balanced by other biased articles, so you can actually evaluate the differing opinions, instead of having an opinion imposed upon you.

I'd recommend Dog World if you're a professional breeder, kennel operator, trainer, or are otherwise focusing on a career with dogs. If you're a dog owner who just wants to stay "in the know," get Dog Fancy. If you're consumed, pre-occupied, eat, sleep, and drink dog information, get them both and you'll be very happy. ... Read more


10. Modern Dog

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Asin: B0000AN46X
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Publisher: Modern Dog Inc
Sales Rank: 770
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars Modern Dog ROCKS!
I picked up my first copy of Modern Dog recently and I LOVE it! The style, the photos, even the ads are all exceptional. I have never bought a dog magazine before because, in my opinion, they have not been very appealing to me. BUt Modern Dog has that edge to it - very cool and very well written. Thank "DOG" somebody finally published something that is just perfect for me and my dog. I highly recommend that you check out this magazine.

5-0 out of 5 stars Modern Dog Lovers Find A Home
A stylish and witty addition to the underpopulated dog magazine scene, Modern Dog is a finely crafted and informative quarterly.
Its foundation is geared for the purebred (that is to say unrepentant) dog lover, and from that springs articles on dog art and illustrators, living arrangements with dogs, high fashion and style, book reviews and recipes. In short, the assumption is that anyone interested in dogs is an interesting person with a need to be visually and intellectually stimulated.

What a arch magazine this is. How clever to pair an article on summer wines with appropriate recipes ... and illustrate the same with a dog in a straw sombrero ready to party.
And if there's a trend in human fashion to be explored, that trip is going to be taken with a dog in tow. The photography and styling in this magazine is inspired, doggy and fun. Plus, there is ART to behold. Articles on accomplished illustrators, outsider and funky art. The art blends in with dog stories and book reviews, which leads into articles on travelling with dogs.
A good read, a good sit to be taken with your favorite dog in your favorite chair. Or, if you're dog-deprived, a good way to lessen the pain.
Modern Dog is a magazine worth reading. ... Read more


11. Horse Journal
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Asin: B000066HV5
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Publisher: Belvoir Publications, Inc.
Sales Rank: 703
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars excellent advice and product testing
This magazine offers informative and helpful articles comparing equine products useful in all disciplines. I have found the recommendations to be spot on and constructive, the charts useful and easy to read. Anyone who shops for horse items will find this magazine useful. In addition, it offers concise articles with the latest information on health care including holistic alternatives (as well doing trials of holistic products).

I have used this as a guide for years and have never been disappointed with the results. Highly recommended to all horse owners!

5-0 out of 5 stars Love it- saves money and time.
The horse world is full of so many expensive potions and lotions, you never really now what to buy. This is kind of a horseman's Consumer Reports. They have unbiased reviews of products tested by horse people (and horses). There are no advertisements in the magazine, so they endorse or favor no one. They'll test anything from horse equipment (blankets, saddlepads, neoprene boots), supplements, riding equipment and medications. They field test everything and give you details about how equipment held up under wear and horse abuse, if a hoof lotion really did what it claimed, if a joint supplement really made a horse perform better, etc. They will also tell you where you can get the products. They have invaluable tips on general horse care, too.

5-0 out of 5 stars somrthing for every horse owner
I think of it as a consumer reports for the horse owner. I even bought several issues that were printed before I subscribed to the magazine. I used their testing results to purchase many products and I've never been disapointed.

5-0 out of 5 stars The CR of the horse world
This is the first place we look when we are thinking of buying anything horse related. Much more that the H/J they cover just about all aspects if the horse world, I am an endurance rider and find many helpful "hints" Dovie In NV ... Read more


12. Reptiles
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Asin: B00005N7SH
Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: Fancy Publications
Sales Rank: 473
Average Customer Review: 4.43 out of 5 stars
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3-0 out of 5 stars It's hard to review a magazine, but...
On the whole, Reptiles magazine is *not* really worth it for more advanced herpers. There's a preponderance of articles that relate primarily to care of animals; this is not bad, but myself, I prefer to read about an animals natural ecology and habitat (and microhabitat) and behaviours, and figure out the care from that information; it works just as well if not better, and allows one to actually learn about animals rather than following cookie cutter information.

Furthermore, there is a focus on easier species. This isn't really a bad thing per se; I'm happy that the novice keeper is bombarded with info on easier species, maybe it'll help keep them from getting in over thier heads with harder species. It's just that I don't really want to read another article over caring for Lampropeltis or Elaphe every month.

That said, sometimes Reptiles has a great article; some time ago they did a multiple issue article over african varanids (focusing savs and whitethroats, but dealing with most species) that was really wonderfull. They've done great articles on jumping vipers, and conservation issues. Also, they have some really fairly interesting stories about people's interaction with herps. It's worth picking up maybe every few months, but I don't subscribe.

5-0 out of 5 stars A great magazine for herp keepers
Reptiles is probably the best herp magazine available. Each issue is loaded with information regarding the care of reptiles and amphibians. Everything from leopard geckos and corn snakes to day geckos and dart frogs are covered in this magazine. Various types of products are also previewed in Reptiles. Finally, one of the best things about Reptiles, is the fact that it provides information about herp shows and exotic animal sales that take place during the warmer months. Through the classified adds in Reptiles, herp keepers can find breeders of a wide variety of reptiles and amphibians. Forget about pet stores; Reptiles will introduce you to a market of captive-bred animals at cheaper prices and better health than any crummy, overpriced shop could provide. I strongly advize any serious reptile/amphibian keeper to subscribe to this magazine.

2-0 out of 5 stars This Magazine Stinks
This magazine caters to a younger audience. Don't subscribe if you want in-depth, detailed information regarding Reptiles. The layout and design is playful and childish, and the content is thin. It's obvious the editors are hurting for content because they allow even the smallest story to consume an entire page.
Plus, the goofy cartoons and silly "games" are just annoying. Too bad the Vivarium isn't available.

5-0 out of 5 stars comprehensive
This magazine is comprehensive on the topic of breeding reptiles and has equally valuable information concerning recent politics(economic and preservation issues), discoveries, veterinary medicine, and surveys. It always has interesting, informative and in depth articles on specific species.
There are different columns answering questions about breeding, reptile health, and miscelaeneous issues which are prove to be very useful. Reptiles also has comprehensive lists of expos and breeders.
I give this magazine my best recomendation, it's worth much more than I'm paying for it, the information within it is that of the best herpetology experts.

5-0 out of 5 stars perfect resource for all herp experience levels
As a vet I find this a valuable resource to find out information that breeders know from their own experience that the textbooks don't have in them. Let's face it, the people that write the articles are the most knowledgable about that particular species because they own, raise, and breed them so it's best to hear it right from them. There is also good articles about ecology and law that affect herpers everywhere. Everyone might not own a spitting cobra, but it's fun to read about and every month there is also a more common species covered as well as invertebrates. A resource for any herp keeper or any interested in getting some. ... Read more


13. Catnip
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Asin: B000066HUS
Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: Tufts Media/Tufts School of Veterinary M
Sales Rank: 534
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars Vital Information For a Cat Owner
'Catnip', the official publication of the Tufts University School of Veterinary Medicine, one of the world's most prestigious veterinary schools, is a must have for any cat owner. Unlike magazines like 'Cat Fancy' (which I also enjoy), 'Catnip' focuses strictly on health related issues concerning domestic cats (including mental health issues.)

The magazine isn't a slick, glossy type of publication; think of it as an operations and health manual for your cat: strictly factual, objective, and focused. In keeping with that image, it does not contain advertising.

Although slim by magazine standards, the information contained is important and interesting, and in some cases could even help you save your cat's life. I highly recommend 'Catnip' for cat owners and lovers. It is an excellent value, and you will never find a better source of cutting edge feline information.

5-0 out of 5 stars Always something new to learn about cats
I have subscribed to Catnip Magazine for about 4 years. It is the most informative magazine on cats I have seen. There are no advertisements, only medical/behavioral information and product testing, along with a medical section where subscribers can ask the doctor questions. Every issue has a story that a subscriber has sent in about their own special feline. It is a wonderful magazine. I save them in a binder for future reference. A yearly index is published(no extra charge)just for this purpose.

5-0 out of 5 stars The Kiplinger Letter for Cats
This relatively inexpensive publication comes out monthly with some sound advice for cat owners and great reviews on products. No ads or glossy pictures, just the facts. ... Read more


14. Fido Friendly

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Asin: B00008RUGN
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Publisher: Fido Friendly Inc
Sales Rank: 1123
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars GREAT MAGAZINE!!
Cover to cover reading. The best dog magazine for those that take their dog everywhere with them! A High quality, glossy mag that is a good resource for people who travel with their dog. Great info...just wish they were monthly.

5-0 out of 5 stars Very informative and entertaining!!
Fido Friendly was a great help in our search to find not just any hotel, but a 4star hotel that more than welcomed our two goldens. The articles are very interesting and fun to read! ... Read more


15. PETA Animal Times
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Asin: B0001FAX2E
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Publisher: PETA
Sales Rank: 660
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars Great magazine for animal lovers!
I have read more than one issue of this magazine. It is quite informative and has great articles for animal lovers, as well as resources for finding animal-friendly products and recipes. I would encourage anyone that loves animals to read this magazine to learn about issues that affect us all, especially our animal friends. I would further recommend that you share copies with others so that they, too, can learn about animal issues. We must all work together to improve the lives of animals everywhere and be informed about the many shameful abuses they face from humans every day.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great magazine, Great information
This magazine is great for anyone wishing to keep up to date on what is happening in the animal rights field. This magazine showcases what PETA and other organizations are doing to help animals in the United States and throughout the entire world. This magazine is also a good source of vegetarian and vegan recipes, and helpful tips for new vegetarians.

5-0 out of 5 stars Simply the Best
Animal Times is the best! It has opened my mind to so many issues and concepts. It also includes great recipes and wonderful recurring columns, like "A Doctor in the House." If you have ever wondered about becoming a vegetarian or vegan, or about supporting the circus or rodeo, you have got to subscribe! In up-beat, reader-friendly articles, Animal Times spreads the message of compassion. Nobody does it better.

5-0 out of 5 stars A Must read for anyone who loves animals
This is a great magazine that I have been subscribing to for years. So informative on a wide variety of animal issues from their treatment in laboratories to how they are treated in factory farms. Their investigative reporting really gets to the truth of the matter. Everyone should be reading this magazine. What you do not know will hutr you and innocent animals.

5-0 out of 5 stars My frav magazine!!
This magazine is by far the best I get. I love hearing about recent celbrities and what they do for the animals/ I love learning more about what is going on and what companys are practicing cruelty and what ones are not. Keep it up PETA and thanks for the word of mouth. ... Read more


16. DogWatch
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Asin: B000066HV4
Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: Belvoir Publications, Inc.
Sales Rank: 1011
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17. Animal Wellness Magazine

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Asin: B0001LAK12
Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: Animal Magazine
Sales Rank: 964
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18. Dog & Kennel
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Asin: B00005N7VB
Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: Pet Publishing
Sales Rank: 1675
Average Customer Review: 3 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars I Love D&K
This magazine has everything for a true dog lover. The articles are the highlight of the magazine. The magazine also features a list of breeders which I found very useful in finding my companion, Murphy the Maltese!

1-0 out of 5 stars Not what the title sugests
as the manager of a boarding kennel I was very disapointed in this magazine! It really has nothing at all to do with kennels. It is geared more toward the dog owner, but there are much better magazines out there for the dog owner! ... Read more


19. Ferrets
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Publisher: Fancy Publications
Average Customer Review: 4.17 out of 5 stars
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1-0 out of 5 stars Don't Bother
Believe me, if you're looking for accurate information on ferrets, this is NOT the magazine for you. I bought a copy last month thinking I would be reading about like-minded people who loved their ferrets as much as I love mine - instead I ended up with 60+ pages of total tripe. These people give ferrets a worse name than Richard Nixon (Millhouse, even). Contrary to what these people would have you believe, ferrets are not stinky nor do they participate in "home destruction" as they call it. So unless you want to go through the rest of your life thinking that ferrets are nothing but frightful, nasty, stinky brutes, I suggest you avoid this dribble like the plague.

4-0 out of 5 stars Good magazine for beginning ferreter
This is a good magazine for the beginning ferret owner. It discusses many of the basic feeding, training, and health issues associated with owning these fascinating little critters. For the more advanced ferreter, the magazine seems to be less helpful. I was seeking specific information on breeding, particularly dominant and recessive gene traits of different ferret strains and was unsuccessful. However, if you are looking for a magazine with general care and handling tips for a ferret, look no further. Great pictures too. I've also been successful with some of the vendors that advertise in the magazine, particularly in the clothing and habitat realm.

5-0 out of 5 stars CARPET SHARKS!!
This is a really cute magazine. I wish it came more often than every two months. However, it always has helpful hints and great pictures. If you have fuzzies this is a great magazine to receive

5-0 out of 5 stars The Best Ferret Advice Available
This magazine is tops in the field of ferrets and ferret care. Each issue has important and necessary information on ferret health and care along with fun articles and photos. Any ferret owner can not be without this valueable magazine, I know I wouldn't.

5-0 out of 5 stars Essential for carpet shark owners
A very informative ferret mag. Most importantly, I think, is the health info. You'll find in-depth articles on health issues that you just won't find in your ordinary ferret books. Also, you'll find useful training tips and insights into the ferrets world. Not to mention the magazine is enjoyable to read and has photos of the cutest ferrets you'll see outside of your own home (we all know our's are the cutest, right?) ... Read more


20. PETA GRRR!
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Asin: B0001FAX2O
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Publisher: PETA
Sales Rank: 861
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars Great for KIDS!
This is a great magazine to introduce kids to important issues facing animals. Enlighten children to care for animals in a way that will keep them interested and anticipating the next issue.

5-0 out of 5 stars Fun to read with my daughter
Grrr! is a hip magazine for kids, with fun tips on incorporating compassion into your life, easy veg recipes, quizzes, games, book reviews, and actions kids can take to help animals in their own communities, like a "Rescue dos and don'ts" list for helping orphaned wildlife. Packed with celebrities kids love, Grrr! is very modern and cool, and not preachy at all - which is why my daughter loves it. I like it because it's well-written and not boring, so I can enjoy reading it with her. ... Read more


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