Dog Behavior and Nature

Dr. Kim’s views on dog behavior and nature


The Lies Only Get Bigger…

The Lies Only Get Bigger…


Posted By on Mar 20, 2019

Here’s the thing, the more we share the absolute truth, the lies only get bigger. With censorship on the rise in this country, especially right now in social media, it has become far more evident that we need to continue to spread the truth. This is nothing new because there is nothing new under the sun. Let me share with you one lie that is continuing to grow and then you can listen to this week’s podcast for another lie...

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Canaan Dog or Carolina Dog?

Canaan Dog or Carolina Dog?


Posted By on Feb 28, 2019

A friend shared this on my timeline this month and I wanted to share it here with you all. First she shared an article and then a very beautiful and encouraging comment to me which totally made my day. The article is about the Canaan Dog which interestingly enough I’ve been looking into for a bit as they fascinate me thanks to Schatzie. Yes I thought she was a Carolina Dog but now I’m not certain…. Here is the...

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Bubby Under the Dome

Bubby Under the Dome


Posted By on Feb 21, 2019

Have you ever seen one of these? It’s called an AromaDome. I purchased mine a few years ago when Julie Chertow the inventor first released it. It was available through Young Living for a while but now it is only available directly through Julie. I’m sharing this because my American Bully King, aka Bubby, recently decided to join me during one of my sessions under this dome! He came into my office where I had set it up and...

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The Digging Garden

The Digging Garden


Posted By on Nov 12, 2018

We all know it’s in a dog’s nature to DIG right? At least if we don’t we ought to KNOW that…it’s sort of a duh ya know! What I have always done – well after Shadrach came along that is lol – is have a place in my yard where they CAN dig. At my former home I called it the Digging Garden lol. To help my dogs learn they can dig there but not dig up the grass is I just stop them in the act. Then I...

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Animals Can Self-Medicate

Animals Can Self-Medicate


Posted By on Oct 22, 2018

When allowed access to their natural environments, animals can self-medicate even if that can’t be proven scientifically since it is subjective – at least according to science it is anyway. To sidetrack a bit it always amazes me how humans feel the need to have to “prove” the intelligence and cognition of animals. It is our arrogance thinking that we are the only intelligent, cognitive creatures on the planet that has gotten us into...

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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...

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