Bark Back Letters

 
February 22nd, 2015
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Would you like to provide some feedback on an article you read, tell how a story has helped you make a positive change in your life or comment on the look of the magazine? It’s easy.

Email dogslife@universalmagazines.com.au or address your letters to Dogs Life Bark Back, Locked Bag 154, North Ryde NSW 1670, and check the magazine to see if it was printed.

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Please note: letters are submitted on the understanding that they may be edited for length, style or grammatical reasons before being published

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3 Responses to Bark Back Letters

  1. brodie.collett2 says:

    My dogs Mutley and Tess are awesome. They are so skilful and patient. Sometimes I wish that they could talk. When I was little I developed a passion for dogs. So when my mum got me a dog I was the happiest person on the planet as soon as I saw her I fell in love. Then about one and a half year later my older brother rescued a pup and once again when I saw her I knew she was going to be special as I fell in love with her as soon as I saw her. Then I got older and started training my two pups. After a while I had taught them so may tricks that my grandma said I was like a circus. Then so many ideas ran through my mind. So I went home and trained for a week and then said I was going to start my own circus.
    So a week later my grandparents received a invitation to the circus I was holding that weekend. They came and were very impressed at how much my dogs could do such as tricycle riding cross country jumping may tricks and Tess could jump onto my slippery slide and slide down. I was thrilled with myself.
    After a another month or two I had another circus it was a big hit to with me having taught my dogs even more. After that I kind of grew out of the whole circus ides but now I still enjoy playing with my dogs every afternoon after school. By the way I am 12. I have taught my dogs to play tip/tag and hide and seek.
    My dogs have been my best friends since the day I got them and I assure you that’s the way it was meant to be and that’s the way its going to stay!

  2. Tayla Neil says:

    Dogs life magazine has been a wonderful part of myself and dogs life. It’s always helping us in so many ways. From how to keep our little man tahchee (Labradoodle) warm in the winter after a shave to keeping our lab Koa (Labrador) occupied with her favourite thing in the world, food. Every time I read dogs life I become more educated in caring for my dogs. They love it when I read it as they end up getting new stuff and new fun ways to keep them occupied. Dogs life always has beautiful stories of gorgeous dogs, cute products and amazing ideas to keep my furry friends occupied through the week. Thank you dogs life for this amazing magazine.

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