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    All posts by Steve King

    • Good medical practices for your dog

      For a number of years now I have had the pleasure of knowing Dr. Gabby Rotaru whose veterinary practice (Chestermere Vet Clinic) has helped ensure...

    • Christmas and your dog

      “Christmas comes but once a year and when it does it brings good cheer”. Please make sure that “brings good cheer” applies to man’s best...

    • Mitten Mania

      Chris Rilling, first began sewing in high school, and eventually started making children’s clothing, pajamas, and quilts. “I’m into the crafty stuff, every year I...

    • How we may be stressing our dogs

      A couple of weeks ago I touched on the topic of signs of stress in your dog. Let’s take a look this week at some...

    • Dogs’ Paws

      Your dog may get groomed and brushed and, occasionally, dressed up to the suit the occasion but beyond nail-clipping paws are not always looked upon...

    • Pee mail

      At one time or another we have all watched our dogs pee and, if you’re like me, have wondered why it takes forever for a...

    • Spotting stress in dogs

      Stress, what stress? It seems like it’s everywhere and it’s not just humans that are feeling it.  But do you recognize when your dog is...

    • Why dogs lick

      Love it or hate it but the fact is dogs lick, some a lot. My dog is very much the licker, so much so I’m...

    • Saving lives through the nose

      “Can you smell that?” has to be the dumbest question anyone could ever ask a dog. Of all the senses, smell is primary for a...

    • Habits and Quirks

      On the spectrum of being OCD to being totally laid back, we, as humans, ALL have our habits and quirks. What makes no sense to...