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Ways to Reduce Stress in Our Dogs

Ways to Reduce Stress in Our Dogs


Posted By on Oct 30, 2019

In today’s society it is an accepted fact that stress is a big factor in ill health for humans but somehow our pets are slipping through the cracks where stress is concerned. It’s possible that people just don’t know how to determine the signs of stress and if they do, they don’t know what to do about it. We need to learn to: • identify stress • put our pets at ease • and most importantly how “whole” health...

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Welcome Ezra to the Pack!

Welcome Ezra to the Pack!


Posted By on Oct 23, 2019

Well I went and did it…got a new puppy! Our girl Schatzie passed away in January as readers of this blog may already know. She was a Carolina Dog and because of her I became intrigued with this breed. Admittedly I’d not experienced this breed as puppies lol. Soooo I learned they are high energy and intense dogs. I’ll just share the very few social media posts I wrote about our new boy as introduction and primarily all of...

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Getting Some Dane Love

Getting Some Dane Love


Posted By on Sep 12, 2019

Back in mid July, my friends and I, shown in these pics, Wendy Lovas and Breanne Altherr, went to Salt Lake City, UT for the Young Living 2019 International Convention. We spent this particular day visiting our friend Thomas Sandberg (he runs the Long Living Pets Raw Food Research) enjoying his awesome Great Danes – Odin the black adult and Tyr the brindle pup. I definitely got a lot of needed Dane love from the two of them!...

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The Colorful Desert!

The Colorful Desert!


Posted By on Sep 5, 2019

I’ve been meaning to share these photos with you all since the beginning of the summer! I thought well why not go ahead now and share before everything turns yellow and red! Anyway, before a new puppy (coming soon) graces our home and who knows what may befall the yard initially lol. So here are some photos of our colorful, vibrant DESERT! It’s so funny when I tell people I live in the desert they think stark, dry, barren....

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My Dog is Friendly!

My Dog is Friendly!


Posted By on Aug 30, 2019

I’ve had this happen to me with my former dog Schatzie who wasn’t always friendly with other dogs, in particular female dogs. This happened one day when she and I were out walking in our usual place, and a guy came along with THREE dogs OFF leash. Schatzie was off leash but I casually put hers on and yelled at the guy to get his dogs because mine wasn’t friendly. I didn’t know if his dogs were male or female....

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