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  • All posts by Steve King

    • Dogs’ jaws

      Stating the obvious, jaws are there to crush food into a swallowable size. But have you ever wondered whether a dog’s jaw (or bite) is...

    • Dogs at Christmas

      This year with the pandemic affecting us all, Christmas will likely look different than usual. However, there are certain traditions to be maintained and decorations...

    • Learning to be around a dog

      If you’ve never had a dog and are about to get one (or more), you are likely feeling both excited (I hope) and, maybe, a...

    • US Presidents and their dogs

      As so much attention has been given in the media recently to the presidential election in the US, I thought we should take a look...

    • Joys of walking your dog

      Most people recognize that walking can be very therapeutic but I find that walking with your dog can be so much more.  This morning we...

    • Bonding with your dog

      Merriam-Webster defines bonding as “the formation of a close relationship (as between a mother and child or between a person and an animal) especially through...

    • Lessons to be learned

      I recently celebrated my birthday and the present I received from Finn was a wall plaque which read: “Advice from a dog: Greet your friends...

    • Dogs’ fur

      As the days grow shorter and the warmth of summer becomes a distant memory, thoughts of winter and the cold weather ahead come more to...

    • Halloween horrors for dogs!

      Although Halloween may take a different format this year with the pandemic still with us, there are certain precautions we should consider leading up to...

    • Is your dog a thief?

      Where are those gloves I bought yesterday? Have you seen my slippers today? You may want to check your dog’s bed or the spot he/...