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DIONNE BLAESING & BEAR Recently retired from practicing law after 24 years, Dionne has guided us through animal advoca- cy issues and helped us decipher legalese in bills and laws over the years. She writes about the importance of planning for our pets’ care should something happen to us. Page 46.


MARY COLLISTER, BAILEY & BIRDIE A volunteer for Community Pet Project, Mary donates her time to assist the homeless and at-risk families in Hillsborough County, struggling to keep their pets fed and healthy. She tells the uplifting story of one such man and his dog on page 37.


BRIAN KILCOMMONS & SAM The renowned dog behaviorist and noted author was interviewed for our Spring 2007 issue. He was lecturing at Florida International Museum’s Wolf to Woof exhibit opening. We’re now developing a series of Relationship Building articles with Brian, the first of which appears on page 61.


SHANNAN POWELL & PERCY Her career began in 1995 as a freelance writer specializing in sports journalism. Since joining ForeverLawn, makers of K9Grass, Shannan’s marketing responsibili- ties have expanded. On page 54, she updates us on what dog owners have been doing to enhance their outdoor living areas since the pandemic.


LARS-ERIK ROBINSON, JACE & JILL For more than 23 years, Lars’ career as an artist has included commercial and edito- rial illustrations, caricatures, and portraits. His creativity extends to the kitchen as both a personal chef and lead cook at Life Care Services. Lars worked with us on the illustration for our story on Diezel and James. Page 37.


HEATHER SCHULMAN & PUCK How far would you go in terms of time and money to keep your dog healthy; to keep your dog alive? Heather interviewed a dog lover who asks herself that same question every day. Read “Our Souls Already Knew Each Other” on page 70. (It’s a really good argument for having a good pet health insurance plan.)


JAIME SEYMOUR-NEWTON & BANNER Taking foster care to the next level, Jaime and her family fostered two litters of pup- pies during self-isolation. The toughest part was not being able to share the puppy love with friends. A beautiful photo with accompanying short story is on page 4, Doggone Truisms.


8 THE NEW BARKER


DEBRA STARR & JIPSEE Volunteers and a caring commu- nity are an animal shelter’s lifeblood. Days before the gov- ernment shutdown, we spent a morning with Debra and some of the dedicated volunteers at Manatee County Animal Services. Debra’s story profiles those volunteers on page 34.


TINAVALANT & JUNIOR Breaking quarantine for a really good reason: springing Junior from Miami-Dade Animal Services in March. Junior had been at the shelter since October 2019. Tina also “broke into” Everglades Correctional Institute for our story on inmates training shelter dogs. Page 40.


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