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Growing Up Ezra

Growing Up Ezra


Posted By on Jun 23, 2020

My Carolina Dog puppy Ezra is 11 months old today! We got him when he was 9 weeks old. I can’t say that the time has passed quickly lol. He’s been a challenge – mostly because of me, not him. He is exactly what the breed is. I’m just not who I used to be haha! By the grace of God we’ve survived him to this point 😂😆. I hope he grows into at least a bit calmer, more toned down dog. Hey, I can hope...

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My friend, Thomas Sandberg, is going above and beyond to do a few things to help dogs (and cats) live and BE well. First he started the longest running, albeit anedotal (which I LOVE) study on raw feeding, Long Living Pets Research Study – there are actually THREE studies ongoing which you’ll find when you go to the site. Now he is currently raising funds for his Long Living Pets Research, Rescue and Rehab Center. His...

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Let me first define what the vagus nerve is before I share the stories on each of these fantastic dogs that have graced our home over the years. “The vagus nerve has two bunches of sensory nerve cell bodies, and it connects the brainstem to the body. … The nerve is responsible for certain sensory activities and motor information for movement within the body. Essentially, it is part of a circuit that links the neck, heart,...

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Farina Pet Art

Farina Pet Art


Posted By on Jun 4, 2020

When my beautiful Carolina Dog, Schatzie, passed away I was devastated. Again. Seems with each one passing it gets harder and harder maybe because I’m now long in the tooth myself! There were those who reached out to help encourage me, such as Sonja on Facebook who created the beautiful graphics I’m using on Schatzie’s Memorial Page. I’ve done several podcasts on her too. What I have failed to do however is...

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The Wild One

The Wild One


Posted By on May 27, 2020

I thought I’d simply share some FB posts I’ve done on Ezra over the last few months. He has grown and as a result so have I. He has never let me or my husband remain in a comfort zone, just chillaxin and living a simple, easy life. He is actually why I was prepared for such a time as this. This first one I was having a conversation with King, and using his reactions to Ezra lol – and honestly that is exactly his...

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The Gift of Love

The Gift of Love


Posted By on Apr 20, 2020

During this difficult time we are facing worldwide right now, I thought I’d share an article I wrote back in 2013 about my beautiful, Great Dane puppy, Meshach. He was my buddy, my friend, and losing him so young was sure not in my plan. But I learned. I learned that through adversity is when we really do grow – if we choose to do so. Or we can become afraid and stagnate in our fear and bitterness. I hope we all choose...

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