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PUBLISHER'S NOTE Brehmer Barks


Happy New Year! Can you believe it is January 2012? I remember when I was younger, adults would say “time flies as you get older.” Since 2011 seemed to fly by, that must mean the adults were right. Though 2011 was a rough year for our family, and many of our friends as well, I am a little sad to see it go, yet happy to welcome in 2012.


As we do every January, it is time to make New Year’s Resolutions and The Triangle Dog magazine is highlighting some possible resolutions that you can make for you and your canine friends. As much as we want to avoid the subject, the New Year is a good time to make plans for your pet if you pass before they do. It might also make sense for you to think about insuring your pet in case of an emergency. Since many of us commit to more exercise this time of year and walking our dogs is an obvious method, be sure to check out how to keep your dog safe in Safety 101.


Canine cancer touched us in a painful way in 2011 as we, along with many of our friends, lost dogs to this awful disease. As a tribute to Sassy and Madeline, our beloved beagles who lost their fights to cancer, we want to support The Lance Memorial: A Fundraiser for Canine Cancer Research. The 5th Annual Lance Memorial will take place March 10-11, 2012 at Pet Behavior Help in Chapel Hill, NC. More information can be found in this issue of The Triangle Dog magazine.


As we look to the year ahead and what it holds for the dog community of the Triangle we want to again thank all of you for your continued support. We are thrilled to continue this journey with all of our fellow dog lovers in the Triangle, and want to hear from you so we can partner in creating a better life for your dog.


We wish you all the best in 2012,


Chuck & Angie Brehmer (and Morrie, Millie, Elsie, and Cindy Lu) Publishers/Editor-in-Chief


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Millie Morrie Elsie


Cindy Lu


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