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Dog Fancy

October 2010 cover of Dog Fancy

Dog Fancy is a monthly magazine dedicated to dogs, owners of dogs, and breeders of dogs. It was founded in 1970 and is described by its publishing company BowTie Inc. as world’s most widely read dog magazine.[1] BowTie Inc. also publishes its sister magazine Dog World and Cat Fancy for cats and their owners. The editorial office is in Irvine, Calif., and the statement of ownership in the December 2009 issue says the paid circulation is 202,000 copies.

In August 2008, it began publishing a quarterly double issue entitled Natural Dog on the flip side of Dog Fancy.

Editors of Dog Fancy

  • Kyle Leon 1979-1989 due to Sickness
  • Hillary Cortez 1989-199? Due to Conflicts
  • Kim Campbell Thornton 1993?-1998
  • Betty Liddick 1998-2000
  • Steven Biller 2000-2002
  • Allan Reznik 2002-2004
  • Maureen Kochan 2004
  • Susan Chaney 2005-2009
  • Ernie Slone 2010–present

Dog Fancy Covers of 2008

Dog Fancy Covers of 2009

Dog Fancy Covers of 2010

See also

Animal fancy


  1. ^ BowTie Incorporated

External links

  • Homepage
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