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RANDY BATISTA & BODE The internationally-known and award-winning photographer is happiest working on community projects in his hometown of Gainesville, like Bulla Cubana. He did the photography for our feature story, Close Encounters, about a group of dogs from Ontario, saved from euthanasia. Randy captured the true spirit of the dogs as well as the people helping them learn to be dogs again through a program called Dogs Playing for Life. Page 30.


COLEEN ELLIS, HARRY, CRISCO & ELLIE MAE As the co- founder of The Pet Loss Center, her talks to pet


parents give them the permission they need to not only grieve, but mourn the loss of their beloved pet. She gives those of us who have recently lost pets more guidance as we head into 2018 with her gift, My Wish for You on page 67.


LON MARTIN & GUINNESS Guinness says goodbye to 2017, and hello to 2018, the year of the dog. Channeling his hooman Lon, we can only imagine what the mind of Guinness has in store for us in the new year. Page 92.


DIANE ROSENBERG & COOPER Our North Florida rover reporter met David Frei, the former voice of the Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show, in Jacksonville. Diane was also instrumental in help- ing us with our feature, Take A Chance on Me, about dogs working with children who have autism. Page 46.


HEATHER SCHULMAN & PUCK Sifting through tons of press releases on tech products for pet parents, Heather com- piled a feature on our top picks. Pages 22 & 26. She also traveled to a beer lover’s paradise (that hap- pens to also be very dog friendly) with Puck and her fiancé Mike. Puck’s Great Asheville, North Carolina Adventure is featured on page 73.


TINAVALANT & SEBASTIAN Tina will go almost anywhere for us, on-assignment and/or to pull a dog from a shelter, then transporting it to a foster or forever home or rescue group. Always paying it forward with kindness (and through her live release of butterflies) this animal advocate helped plan the recent memorial for Ollie, the dog found stuffed in a suit- case. She traveled to Palm City to photograph NASCAR driver Geoff Bodine and a pile of Yorkies for our feature on page 38.


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DEBRA STARR, JAZZ & DINO For more than 20 years, Debra has worked to reduce shelter populations of stray dogs in the United States, volunteering in Oklahoma, Wisconsin, North Carolina and Florida. In this issue, she writes about what shelter dogs have taught us on page 36. She also


contributed to our travel section, with her on-site research on the non-existence of stray dogs in the Netherlands. Page 76.


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