Modern Dog (magazine)

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Modern Dog
Editor Connie Wilson
Categories Hobby magazine
Frequency Quarterly
Publisher Connie Wilson
Founder Connie Wilson
Year founded 2002
Country Canada
Based in Vancouver, British Columbia
Language English
ISSN 1703-812X

Modern Dog is a dog-centric magazine published quarterly. Started in 2002 by current publisher and Editor-in-Chief Connie Wilson, the magazine has grown to be one of the largest dog-related publications in North America.[1]

Regular features in the magazine include Body & Soul, featuring health and wellness-focused articles such as “10 People Foods for Dogs”,[2] breed profiles, photo contests, behaviour and training, dog-friendly travel guides, new products, and expert advice and information.[3]

An interview and photo spread with a celebrity (and their dogs) is featured in every issue. Past celebrities have included Ellen DeGeneres (with Wolf and Mabel),[4] supermodel Niki Taylor, and Paula Abdul (with Chomps, Thumbelina, Tulip and Bessie Moo).[5]


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