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Experimentation or Healthcare?

Experimentation or Healthcare?


Posted By on Dec 10, 2018

For the longest time people have placed their trust in the whole medical machine (yes I said machine as in Matrix) thinking they were working towards the “protection and safety” (nice propaganda words) of our pets so they could have long and healthy lives. The truth is quite distant from what people have believed. Sadly, from years of propaganda supporting the lie, people have come to believe that this grand...

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Meshach A week after Shadrach’s passing, my friend Kim asked me if she could gift me with one of her upcoming litter’s puppies. At that time, she was breeding Great Danes in partnership with her sister. I was stunned and excited, because Great Danes have been my favorite breed of dog since the age of eighteen. She told me to pray about it and talk it over with Donnie. Donnie was not interested in having another giant breed dog, being...

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A Tale of Three Dogs, Part Two

A Tale of Three Dogs, Part Two


Posted By on Oct 21, 2015

Shadrach Fridge entered my life gently and sweetly, but Shadrach came slamming into my life with his damaged, abused, neglected young self. My husband fell instantly in love with Shadrach, but I can’t say that I did. He was so skinny, smelly, and different than my beautiful Golden Retriever, Fridge. What I didn’t know was that this dog, a blue brindle Neapolitan Mastiff, was about to turn my life upside down, and I’d never be the same...

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A Tale of Three Dogs, Part One

A Tale of Three Dogs, Part One


Posted By on Oct 14, 2015

Fridge Cute, fluffy, full of spunk covered in self-assuredness – that was my Golden Retriever puppy, Fridge on his first day with us. At the time in 1986, Refrigerator Perry of Chicago Bears’ fame was a well-known linebacker. Fridge was the largest puppy in his litter, so his breeder named him Fridge. I thought it was cute so I kept the name, especially since he already knew it. After we picked him up from the breeder, he promptly...

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Vaccines: One Is Too Many

Vaccines: One Is Too Many


Posted By on Dec 2, 2013

Recently a new vaccine protocol appeared on the horizon from a well known veterinarian and vaccine researcher. Most in natural animal health believe that the only good vaccine is the one not given (as I believe based on reason, truth and facts). However, many of those same people will support these minimum vaccine protocols because as they have oft stated “a limited or minimal vaccine protocol is a step in the right...

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A year ago today my heart shattered into pieces as we had to put to sleep our sweet, young Great Dane boy we named Meshach (aka Zona SisCos Through the Fire). After all we did to help him, it just wasn’t enough. The seizures escalated and when a dog is crying in pain, they are in a LOT of pain. They have such a high pain threshold so when they are crying you know it is agonizing for them. There was no sudden healing. There was...

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