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The electronic version of issue #35 of The Havanese Breed Magazine is NOW available!


The Print version is at the Printers and should be out in the mail in the next two weeks.

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Issue #35 of The Havanese Breed magazine continues into our 6th year in publication. I hope you all continue to enjoy reading it as much as I enjoy putting it together. Again, for those with an annual e-subscription it is available for downloading now at If you would like to purchase a subscription or order a single electronic version issue of the magazine, order it now on this page:  All back issues are available at any time. Use this link to place your order:  

Issue #35 starts off with an article by Gillian Ridgeway called Double Your Fun followed by Separation Anxiety by Dave Thorpe. Then we have an article by Melissa Westgard about Havanese Life in Sweden. Bill Burns is back with a three part article titled What’s Going on Here? Christine Kreutzer shares a Nursing Home Story and Inge Shears writes about A Thanksgiving Feast. Suzanne McKay is back with a contribution called All the Same. “New Places, New Faces” continues the ongoing adventures of Lyndall Fry writing from the viewpoint of her dog, Saki. Wendy Allenby shares her Uniquely British Perspective while Kate Hamilton shares a story titled Nothing for Granted. Scott C. Tomassi sent in a wonderful article about the 2015 Morris and Essex Kennel Club Show. The Pox of Popular Sires is a thought provoking article by Carol Beuchat PhD. Pat Parkhouse sent in coverage of the 2016 Canadian National and Regional Specialty held in BC and Rita Thomas contributed an article titled Havanese and Autoimmune Problems. I shared a one page anonymous poem called Just a Dog and finally Know Your Responsibilities by Tom Wettlauffer.  

As always throughout the magazine are various dog spots filled with your contributions, photos of Havanese sent in to us from literally around the world. I hope you enjoy seeing them as much as I do.

The Havanese Breed magazine is devoted to the breed, and remains independent of any club. Every second month we bring you great articles, information, advice, humor, and guidance on a wide variety of subjects, concerns, training, nutrition, breeding, care, shows and products from a half a dozen countries all a part of the greater Havanese community. Share in the love! Please join us now and subscribe today.

Since issue #14, The Havanese Breed magazine has also been available IN PRINT! For those of you that wish to receive a printed magazine in the mail you now have that option. Follow this link:

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THIS IS NOT A CLUB MAGAZINE. We are not affiliated with the Havanese Club of America or the Havanese Fanciers of Canada  although I would like to think we have an excellent working relationship with both.

WE ARE NOT AFFILIATED WITH Havanese Rescue in Canada or the USA but there is nothing I wouldn’t do for them, to help with their respective missions.

Nathan Potechin

Editor and Publisher

The Havanese Breed Magazine