Dear Reader of Learning from Dogs,
The first post in this blog was published on the 15th July 2009, now more than 8 years ago. In my wildest imagination, I would not have predicted that I would still be publishing posts today. Or, indeed, that more than 3,300 posts have been published since that day, that the blog has received more than 1.3 million viewings in that time, and that over 2,500 good people now follow this place.
But what that does say to me that it is about time that I listened to what you like and, better still, how this blog could even better communicate with you.
So here’s a short survey that I would dearly love for you to complete. No personal details are being asked for or recorded and the results of the survey will be shared with you all in this place.
By the way, these polls (I’m using PollDaddy via WordPress) will expire in seven days time.
Please indicate to what extent having a dog improves your life? (Please answer even if you currently do not have a dog in your life but, nonetheless, have a view.)
On the ‘About’ page of the blog, it is stated that:
The underlying theme of Learning from Dogs is about truth, integrity, honesty and trust in every way. We use the life of dogs as a metaphor.
Not infrequently blog posts are published that do not refer to dogs. Please indicate your views on these other ‘non-dog’ posts?
Please read the following statement and then record your reaction to it:
“Having one or more dogs in my life allows me a much better connection with and awareness of my inner self.”
Please indicate, by ticking the relevant boxes, which dog and animal topics you would like to read more of on Learning from Dogs.
Please indicate, by ticking the relevant boxes, which non-animal topics you would like to read more of on Learning from Dogs.
Do you believe the Learning from Dogs blog could be improved for you?
Finally, if you answered “Yes” to this last question do please explain how it could be improved via a reply to this post.
I going to leave this as the current post right through to Friday for two reasons:
- Your views and opinions are really important and not every reader and follower comes here every day, and,
- These polls expire in seven days time.
Thank you all so very, very much!