Wunderdog Issue 1

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Wunderdog Issue 1

Wunderdog Magazine Issue 1

 This is what you’ll find in the first issue of Wunderdog Magazine:

  • Wild at Heart Foundation and cover star Nikki Tibbles
  • therapy dog sessions with All Dogs Matter
  • a look behind the rescue effort for dogs caught in hurricanes
  • rescue dog Edward showing us around his home town of Johannesburg
  • an epic US roadtrip with Thai rescue Clem
  • how you can volunteer on holidays, such as in Sri Lanka
  • a profile of the dogs’ dog brand Cloud 7
  • exclusive art for your dog by Rob Nicol
  • how to make boredom-busting dog toys with dog trainer Luke Balsam
  • what it took to remake the image of Staffies
  • how homeless people in Sofia are helping homeless dogs
  • what inspired John Barlett to start the Dog Save The People podcast
  • walkies agility exercises
  • an interview with best-selling author Alexandra Horowitz on how we can make our rescued dogs feel at home
  • and lots more.
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Wunderdog Magazine is dedicated to the good life with rescue dogs. Wunderdog’s aim is to make rescue the world’s favourite breed by showcasing the work of rescue organisations and their people as well as the wonderful life with an adopted underdog. Occasionally, Wunderdog also features those true wonderdogs who have come full circle and are helping people.

Nina May, co-founder and editor

A journalist, editor and writer, I moved from Germany to London in 1998 and worked in TV, covering financial news and fashion. I have been working freelance ever since I left the City. My beats have become softer over the years, and now I write about trends and travel, write copy and sub-edit. In 2011, I did a MA in philosophy for no particular reason.
Having grown up with a dachshund and assorted other pets, I decided to foster upon going freelance. In October 2006, a shy collie cross called Pippa turned up at my doorstep. I became a foster failure within two months. Pips passed away in September 2017, at the proud age of around 14.
Five months after Pippa’s departure, I once again proved my determination to “only foster” this young Romanian village dog called Goldie I had seen on a website. Born around April 2017, Goldie was found on the streets with a chain around her neck that had grown into her skin. Charity Romanian Rescue Appeal took her in, cleaned her up and rehabilitated her into a kind, cheeky and very smart little dog. Goldie is exceptionally friendly and makes at least one friend a day. Instagram @goldiewunderdog