First person: It’s a dog’s life

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Clovis Police Canine Officer Stephen Borders has had the same partner for nearly two years. Before they can hit the two year mark, Renzo, a Belgian Malinois, is retiring next week because of health issues and his partner is going to miss him. Paw-tner: Renzo is a Belgian Malinois which is a cross of three […]

Canine news often can be a howl

By Karl Terry: Freedom New Mexico columnist After nodding off a few times in my recliner after a hard day of yard work, I slapped the sleeping dog on my lap and told him I was tired and it was his turn to write this week’s column. Not doubting for a minute that the Dalmatian […]

Canine quintet ensures areas pass sniff test

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Cannon Connections photo: Argen Duncan Cannon Air Force Base explosives-detecting dog, Ben, holds Tech Sgt. Jesse Frank, left, during a demonstration while Ben’s handler, Staff Sgt. Chris Sandefur, reaches for control of his harness. By Argen Duncan: Cannon Connections “They don’t feel any fear or anything.” Staff Sgt. Esther Standridge was talking about the U.S. […]

Canine addition completes family

By Grant McGee: CNJ columnist

Dog’s life journey of trials, tribulations

By Grant McGee: Local columnist Long ago I read a book by sci-fi writer Robert Heinlein filled with little rules of life, observations and proverbs. Things like, “Small change can often be found under seat cushions” and “Always store beer in a dark place.” The one saying from those pages that was branded in my […]