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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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The sparks that lit the fires: What were the circumstances that pushed the early practitioners toward natural healing in general and iridology in particular? What did they have in common and how were they different? What generally pushed all the early practitioners into natural health in general was their own ill health or that of a close family member – it’s certainly what has pushed me into natural health! Because traditional care...

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Body Therapies for Your Dog

Body Therapies for Your Dog


Posted By on Jul 14, 2019

Body therapy has long been a favorite of mine to perform on my own dogs, and in part because I know how good it feels to receive massages and acupressure on myself. Each dog I’ve had since I began into natural, whole health and the subsequent therapies for them have learned to really enjoy receiving weekly massages. The following 3 body therapies will help you both support the overall health and well being of your dog as well as...

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Who Gives a Hoot?

Who Gives a Hoot?


Posted By on Dec 19, 2018

During the month of June and part of July I was blessed to have two small desert owls living in a space I pass by on my morning walk/run with my Carolina Dog, Schatzie. I knew there were owls in the holes in the mesa cliffs but I had never had the privilege of seeing one up close before. During this short six week period, I passed by these two owls – well mostly the male was present as I am certain the female was attending to...

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The following article, Pet Owners Turning to Acupuncture for Their Furry Friends, shines a spotlight on how pet owners are seeking alternative care for their pets. In the USA only veterinarians are allowed to perform acupuncture as it is considered a form of “invasive surgery”- even though it isn’t surgery but rather a method to open the body’s energy meridians much as acupressure does sans needles. Many...

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The problem is more the medical governing bodies rather than the medical professionals themselves, however the training the doctors, veterinarians, etc., are receiving is geared towards indoctrination in the belief that natural health practitioners are the enemy – not of health but of their bottom line! Which leads us to believe that health for yourselves and your animals is not what the conventional medical community is...

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