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  • All posts by Steve King

    • Giving thanks

      Tis the season of Thanksgiving so I thought it appropriate to share my thoughts on what I am thankful for in the canine world: Volunteerism:...

    • A Perfect Compromise

      Every so often I come across articles which I can relate to and make me smile. An article by Paula Girolo in “thebark.com” falls into...

    • Effect of changing the clocks

      I’ve never been a big fan of changing the clocks twice a year. Not because I come from Saskatchewan but because the reason for introducing...

    • Senior dogs

      November is “National Adopt a Senior Pet Month”: a month in which people are reminded that there are many senior pets in shelters available for...

    • The Iditarod

      Arguably the most demanding race on the planet, the Iditarod is a sled dog race which takes place each March in Alaska, between Anchorage and...

    • Canine pioneers

      We all think our dogs are great, for a variety of reasons. However, there are a few dogs that have gone above and beyond in...

    • The impact of touch on a puppy

      Common sense and numerous research projects over the years show us that the act of touching (or stroking) a dog is beneficial for our well...

    • Why am I being followed?

      You’ve fallen over it. You’ve tripped over it. You’ve accidentally rammed your chair into it. We’ve all done it, it being your dog. So why...

    • The Zoomies

      We all know that dogs do strange things at times. When I say “strange”, what I really mean of course is “inexplicable to us humans”...

    • Here in this house

      I recently came across an ode on how to treat a dog kindly, which I would like to share with you. Although written by volunteers...