Posts by DocKim


Who Cares?

Who Cares?


Posted By on Oct 15, 2018

I haven’t shared one of our gorgeous sunrises in a while so here a set from October 2 and October 13. These sunrises wowed me in the real! ☀️☀️☀️. I take these photos while we (my husband, me and our two dogs) are out for our morning walk/exercise in the fresh air honoring at least two of the eight laws of health every day. We get sunshine (another law of health) full on also in the summer at the same time.  I wanted to share them...

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When Our Dogs Leave

When Our Dogs Leave


Posted By on Oct 7, 2018

These are three podcasts I did over the years, the last one most recently when my closet friend, Bre Altherr lost her primary Teacher/Heart Dog, Merlin two weeks ago. Here is an edited version of what I wrote to her just this week: We miss so many things when they’re gone. Then eventually all you can remember are all those good, funny, loving times and be grateful for the time you had even as you still miss their physical...

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Cats Prove What THEY Want To Eat

Cats Prove What THEY Want To Eat


Posted By on Oct 2, 2018

Okay I know this is about cats and this is a DOG blog, but whether people want to know this or not, dogs ARE just as obligate as cats and their needs haven’t changed a bit either. The only thing that HAS changed is the insanity of mass marketing and the entities that stand to gain from pushing the “omnivore agenda”. So I thought I’d share a post I wrote a while back on our former school’s blog so you all...

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It seems like it’s become a year round thing nowadays for slathering pets in toxic pesticides in order to control fleas, ticks, mosquitoes, etc. Not only is that not a good idea, it can be very detrimental to the overall long-term health of our pets, not to mention the immediate adverse effects that can happen! If the instructions say to wear gloves when applying to your pet and to take extra caution throwing away the containers...

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Observing Nature

Observing Nature


Posted By on Sep 16, 2018

A couple of mornings ago I found both of these almost next to one another. The feather is from a little sand owl who has her nest in a mesa cleft we walk past each morning. She flew off with her meal (mouse or squirrel) as we came upon her and left a feather in the process. 🦅 I don’t know what the other is but it matched the feather and feels like a sand dollar in texture. 🤷🏻‍♀️ I’m sharing because I find things out here on our desert...

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