Loved the interview with Dr Mark in this week's newsletter. Especially learning that he used his HP earnings to buy backpacks and school supplies for local children. And he treats people's pets for free.
He helped me with a problem with MableAble's ears so a big thank you to Dr Mark from both of us.
I was thrilled to see HP highlight a veteran HP writer.
It's nice that they try to bring traffic to new writers by introducing them to us, but the longtime veterans need a shout-out, too. After all, they are who have kept HP alive!
Through this interview, I've learned things about Dr. Mark that his profile doesn't reveal. Now that I've become more active in the forums (I read but don't always comment), I've taken to checking out profiles of those I see quite frequently, and have even chosen to follow a few as a result.
Dr. Mark always offers insightful comments. I don't have large or farm animals; cats are my preferred companions (over humans!).
I enjoyed the interview and will take another look at Dr. Mark. His compassion and need and willingness to help humans in addition to animals deems him as a gift for all life.
Thanks for highlighting him even more, Bev!
Bev, I'm yet to read the news letter. I'll check my feed. And he treat your dog and others without charging you and the others a penny? Many thanks to his humanitarian gesture.
Thanks Bev. I really hope the comments section comes back soon since being able tô chat with other Hubbers about their pets os something I miss.
This is Linda, the newest member of our family.
Linda lives up to her name (pretty). She is a lovely dog.
What breed is she, DrMark? She looks like a mix of Dobie and Shepard. Her legs are quite thick and so is her coat.
She is an Australian Cattle Dog (BLUE Heeler). She sleeps in one of the stables with the sheep!!!
Beautiful dog! She looks like she has a sweet personality. How old is she?
Not sure how sweet she is but she does herd the ducks (Border Collie ancestry) and chase the sheep and bite their heels when they get out of line (Dingo ancestry). She was about 8 weeks old when Amanda took that photo, but that was about a month ago.
She's a blue heeler? I would have never guessed, but then most of them I've seen have at least a partially mottled coat. My uncle kept Australian cattle dogs to herd his dairy cattle. We loved them.
What a cute dog. I love Blue Heelers. Well done Dr Mark for your interview and your free work.
It was a very inspiring interview. I love the points that Bev mentioned in her first paragraph (and the fact that Dr. Mark helped her dog).
It was a wonderful and worthy interview. When I first started at HP I remember they did interviews with established hubbers regularly. I hope this is the start of something.
Yes, that was a fantastic interview. It will be great to read about more authors in upcoming newsletters.
I'm yet to receive or read the news letter or interview outlne. Can someone give a link?
Miebakagh, they come in your email. Go to Account Settings, found in Profile, and click on "Allow HubPages to Contact You?", then "keep me up to date with HubPages news". That should allow you to receive the newsletter in your inbox.
Yes, it was a nice read Those must be some happy kids and pets.
by EK Jadoon 2 weeks ago
Hi there, We all add a disclaimer to our articles. There is a new option, "Dr. Mark" or maybe I didn't notice it before. I am just curious to know what it is.
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