Canine Naturopathy


Recently I wrote a post on how my husband and I have been working to help our very noise/vibrations reactive, young Carolina Dog, Ezra. That post is Dances With Dogs (a podcast is also available on that post). Ezra watching for the neighbor dogs Ezra’s noise/vibration reactivity has been one of the hardest things I’ve had to deal with in one of my own dogs. I say one of the hardest because my former Great Dane...

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Dodge, Hide, Seek, Find

Dodge, Hide, Seek, Find


Posted By on Oct 28, 2020

Ezra’s snowy face The funny thing is, I’ve played this game with ALL of my dogs as an ADULT – true “adulting” if you ask me! Dogs can help us get into THEIR world when we play games with them. It helps us to bond with them and build trust as well as train in a fashion they respond to very well. The two dogs that I’ve had the absolute MOST fun playing this game with have been my former Neo Mastiff...

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Another of our dramatic sunrises This topic has been on my heart since July of the strangest year ever – 2020. I just didn’t feel released from God to share any of it until now. I knew this was all coming – and not just from reading my Bible for decades but because of what I’d learned over the years I’ve been in natural health. We all have gifts and talents, mine seems to be in being able to connect dots (a conduit) and see things in...

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Rest:  A Law of Health

Rest: A Law of Health


Posted By on Oct 9, 2020

Yes, of course it means sleeping well at night. Yes, it means waking feeling rested. Guess what else it means? Not eating as in fasting. Yes, for us and our dogs. Rest is one of the 8 laws of health. Yes, laws in nature aren’t optional and in fact are very much for our good as you’ll learn. I’m going to focus on OUR health more in this post but first I want to mention once again the needs of our canine carnivores. In...

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Sunbathing Dog

Sunbathing Dog


Posted By on Sep 23, 2020

Check out my new sunbathing partner. When Ezra first got here (September 26, 2019 – almost a year ago now) he wasn’t at all fond of sunbathing in our hot, dry heat. He came from the mountains of TN with humid heat and it was warmer there in the mornings than here. Ezra is now officially a sunbathing dog. Every day that he can (just like me) he is out sunbathing, except he goes out multiple times per day just as my boy King does....

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The Pruning

The Pruning


Posted By on Aug 18, 2020

Last year we also had so much rain in August and September that our yard was so lush and green. Then Ezra came in like a Velociraptor pruning the entire lower natural yard, as well as forcing us to do some major pruning in our upper yard, adding fence borders everywhere so he couldn’t destroy this more cultured (if you can call it that now lol) yard too! At least it was cultured and pretty BEFORE Ezra, EEK! The thing is, we...

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