Laws of Health


Naturally Reared Dogs

Naturally Reared Dogs


Posted By on Nov 13, 2019

The Chronicles of Ezra… Ezra will be 14 weeks old tomorrow, October 29, 2019. Just to clear up any confusion Ezra is a MALE. His name is from the Bible. In scripture Ezra was a high priest and strong leader. Ezra is a Carolina Dog (they are native to the USA). He’s out of Nature’s Way Carolina Dogs. Susan Moore Lewelling is a graduate of our former animal naturopathy school. These pics are from his first week with us – he...

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Ways to Reduce Stress in Our Dogs

Ways to Reduce Stress in Our Dogs


Posted By on Oct 30, 2019

In today’s society it is an accepted fact that stress is a big factor in ill health for humans but somehow our pets are slipping through the cracks where stress is concerned. It’s possible that people just don’t know how to determine the signs of stress and if they do, they don’t know what to do about it. We need to learn to: • identify stress • put our pets at ease • and most importantly how “whole” health...

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The Colorful Desert!

The Colorful Desert!


Posted By on Sep 5, 2019

I’ve been meaning to share these photos with you all since the beginning of the summer! I thought well why not go ahead now and share before everything turns yellow and red! Anyway, before a new puppy (coming soon) graces our home and who knows what may befall the yard initially lol. So here are some photos of our colorful, vibrant DESERT! It’s so funny when I tell people I live in the desert they think stark, dry, barren....

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The sparks that lit the fires: What were the circumstances that pushed the early practitioners toward natural healing in general and iridology in particular? What did they have in common and how were they different? What generally pushed all the early practitioners into natural health in general was their own ill health or that of a close family member – it’s certainly what has pushed me into natural health! Because traditional care...

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DOGilates!

DOGilates!


Posted By on Jul 23, 2019

DOG-ilates, or Dog-lates or combat Pilates. Have you ever done or experienced this? It’s quite a workout AND experience 😂😜🐕. It’s quite the intense workout actually. It involves your chosen dog sitting on your head or any prone surface of your body while you attempt to go through your Pilates routine. It can be quite an intense workout. 🤣 But guess what else you receive? An additional benefit of...

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Breakthrough in Bonding

Breakthrough in Bonding


Posted By on May 9, 2019

This is really huge – for us. These are pics of my dog King and I sitting together during my morning Bible study. In the 2nd pic you’ll see what changed on this day! This boy has rarely liked to make eye contact with me this way, and usually will sit with his back to me like this. Since Schatzie passed he started asking to come sit with me while I do my quiet time and study with the Lord before my workout. I invite him in each...

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