Bev McQuain (a guy with a girl's name) was born in a small town, moved to a big city, then moved into an old schoolhouse away out in the country with his wife and three kids.
Started with a dog when he was one year old, and eventually retired with sixty dogs.
First career as a musician, then a sign painter, then opened his own ad agency where he specialized in major promotional events (often featuring exotic animals).
Never without a dog, he finally built a kennel and opened a dog business that became Canada's largest canine security company.
Now, he does some carving, some cartooning, and is laboring over two books. One about all the funny stuff that has happened, and another horror story about a dog that was possessed by a demon ... or was he?
My lifelong experience with man’s best friend includes forty years as owner of Canada's largest canine security company. With hundreds of dogs, and hundreds of security officers over the years, there have been myriad humorous events; some hilarious, some bizarre. Now that I’m retired, I find myself recalling and chuckling, so rather than laugh alone, I have documented them here. Enjoy!