Human-Dog bond


Same Species Different Personalities

Same Species Different Personalities


Posted By on May 30, 2017

Right now I have two dogs. Both are American breeds. Both are, of course, canine carnivores – Canis lupus familiaris. (The domestic dog is a member of genus Canis that forms part of the wolf-like canids, and is the most widely abundant carnivore. Information extracted from https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dog). I had to stress CARNIVORE lol. While they are both the same species with the same genus and same species needs, they are...

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A Neo Mastiff Christmas Message

A Neo Mastiff Christmas Message


Posted By on Dec 23, 2016

I want to wish you all a very blessed and joyous Christmas weekend AND to share a brief bit about my own Young Living Story – it really is my and my dogs health and wellness story in short. This is the message I shared with my Young Living team today, but I am also SO grateful to those who have read this blog for years when Shadrach was the one writing it. My story all started with an absolutely amazing (if I must say so myself)...

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Zoomie Control

Zoomie Control


Posted By on Nov 1, 2016

This is another one of my silly stories of my dogs that made my day and brought me lots of laughter. King, my American Bully, rarely goes a day without making me laugh but today he was in rarer form than usual…it’s all about King’s attempt at controlling himself which was more like zoomie control. Please note before reading this that I do realize this is all a training issue with King. He needs better guidance from...

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Exercise for Your Dog

Exercise for Your Dog


Posted By on Sep 12, 2016

In this day and age more than probably at any other time in history exercise, which is the second law of health, is one of the most underutilized and yet very needed law to maintain wellness in our dogs. In nature animals are always on the move. Every animal society whether they live a solitary life except during breeding season or in prides, herds, troupes, packs, flocks, etc., they are constantly on the move. It’s not a...

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Stretching into Trust

Stretching into Trust


Posted By on Mar 22, 2016

Going into my “Animal Girl” mode in this post to share with you some beautiful insights that our dogs can show us in their unique ways if we’ll but pay attention and allow them to do just that. This time we are stretching into trust with two simple canine lessons. I’ve shared many times how much my American Bully dog, King, has been able to teach and help me as regards my energy, my attitude, my emotions. In...

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Worthy of the Truth

Worthy of the Truth


Posted By on Feb 16, 2016

While this is a “mixed bag” (at least it’s not a bag of kibble!) blog post, I felt it needed to be so the message would be REALLY heard because it is about how worthy of the truth are our dogs. Let me start out with my short and goofy “Weird Animal Girl“scenario first because I think it shows how important, precious and special our relationships with our dogs are to us. As I explained in my last blog post...

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