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January 15, 2007
Getting a Dog

Bringing a pooch into your life—and your apartment— requires careful planning, a healthy budget, and lots of plastic bags.

January 15, 2007
The Pound or the Purebred?
January 15, 2007
The Cost of a Dog

Here, the range of prices for a canine companion, from the local shelter to the toniest puppy producer (bear in mind, if you’re buying a purebred, all good breeders have long waiting lists).

January 15, 2007
What to Get, Pre-Puppy

From beef bones to hound health books.

January 15, 2007
Ten City-Friendly Dogs

Given enough walks (at least three daily) and play (minimum half an hour of toy toss), almost any breed will be okay in an apartment. Here, ten dogs with the temperament to enjoy sidewalks, traffic, and the dog run.

January 15, 2007
A Year of Kibble-and-Playdates Calculus

Two levels of pampering, from routine to extreme.

January 15, 2007
Getting Around

Unless it’s a service animal (e.g., a Seeing Eye dog), only small dogs in closed containers can board a subway, bus, or LIRR train.

January 15, 2007
Ask the Expert: Dog Trainer Andrea Arden

On puppy mills, chew-a-holics, and why you should wait a month to name the new dog.

March 6, 2006
Down the Tubes

Tycho Sleator, associate professor of physics at NYU, explains why fluorescent light is so unpleasant.

March 6, 2006
A Lamp for Every Room

From neo-trad to postmodern, a selection of cutting-edge lighting.

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