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Tom Eves
Tom Eves
Hong Kong
Production Editor, Culture  
Tom Eves joined the Post in 2012 as a sub editor for the Classified Post, before taking on the role of editor for three years. He joined the culture and lifestyle desk in 2017. He has lived in Hong Kong since 2007 after spending three years in Beijing.

Tiny dogs snapping their toothpick bones, cats with multiple fractures after a fall from a high-rise, snub-nosed dogs with heatstroke – a Hong Kong specialist in veterinary surgery takes us through the operations she most often performs.

The humidity and heat of Hong Kong’s summers make it hard for dogs to keep cool. Dog expert Eric Ko shares five things you should not do with your furry friend when you are out in the hot sun.

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Dog owners tell us their experiences of relocating them and experts advise on getting pets familiar with their travel crates, when to use an agent to arrange a relocation, and how to avoid bureaucratic headaches

High-rise Hong Kong isn’t much of a cat paradise, and some question whether people should keep them locked up indoors. Here are some tips to make sure your housebound feline is feeling fine and avoid behavioural problems

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