Tuesday, February 26, 2013

Dogs in Canada to publish again, in partnership with Globe and Mail

Bounding back?
Dogs in Canada magazine and its Dogs Annual are being resurrected by a partnership between its owner, The Canadian Kennel Club, and The Globe and Mail. The newspaper company's contract publishing division won the contract after an extended search that began 9 months ago. The magazine ceased publishing at the end of 2011. The plan is apparently to relaunch and redesign the title, which goes to 20,000 CKC members and last had a paid circulation of 42,000. No date for the relaunch was announced.
"The Globe team will bring a fresh new lifestyle perspective to Canadian pet owners in Dogs Annual and will bring the credibility, authority and expertise of Globe journalism to the purebred aficionados who are loyal readers of Dogs in Canada," said Charlene Rooke, group editor, custom content at The Globe and Mail.
Michael Shorman, chair of the board of the CKC said that the partnership was an exciting and innovative way to continue publishing Dogs in Canada.

Founded in February 1889, Dogs in Canada was Canada's oldest continuously published monthly magazine at the time of its closure, and its public face was as Canada's top selling pet magazine with Canada's top-selling annual.

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