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  • All posts by Steve King

    • A Dog’s Vital Signs

      As humans, we are used to having our vital signs taken and, generally, we have a pretty good idea of where we should be on...

    • A Dog Hero story

      Sometimes a really special dog story jumps off the page at you. This is what happened to me with “A Dog Hero Story”. Kristina Greenland,...

    • Weird things dogs do

      Even when you think you know your dog well, there are times when you just have to scratch your head with some of the antics...

    • Dogs’ sleeping positions

      Sleep is a big part of any dog’s day, whether it’s the post walk nap, the cuddling with dad nap or the lazing in the...

    • Dogs giving blood

      You may have given blood yourself or volunteered at a blood donor clinic but did you know that dogs also give blood? In 1996 the...

    • Children with dogs

      (Part 2 of 2) So, let’s continue where we left off last week, with more safety tips on how to avoid negative interactions between children...

    • Children with dogs

      (Part 1 of 2) I am a big fan of children getting to know and love dogs at an early age. This can lead to...

    • Why dogs sneeze

      We all do it and so do dogs: sneeze. The difference is dogs don’t sneeze into their elbow, they just let it all out (yuck!)....

    • Separation anxiety post COVID

      The most polite way I can describe this last COVID year is a “bust”. For most people, separation from friends and family members has been...

    • Puppy to dog

      So, you buy a puppy: ball of fluff, cute as a pin. You know at some point the growth has to stop, but when? And...