Coat & Skin Support

Products to help relieve your dogs and cats of skin ailments and to support them as they heal


Shaving Your Dog’s Fur

Shaving Your Dog’s Fur


Posted By on Aug 19, 2018

I know a lot of people shave down their dogs in summer that have heavy coats. Did you know that coat provides insulation both against the heat as well as the cold? I’m sharing this a little late in the summer, but it holds just as true for winter as far as a matted coat is concerned. Dogs NEED their coats just as they are so please take heed on this for their sakes. Groomers often don’t have a choice but to shave down the...

Read More
This Skin Thing

This Skin Thing


Posted By on Sep 7, 2017

Let me tell you about this skin thing and some cool things that have happened with me recently. Some of you may know from reading Mom’s posts on me, Bubba King, that I had an issue with my right knee back in November of 2015. It was never properly diagnosed – the veterinarians (yes as in two) merely guessed at what was wrong. My humans weren’t impressed – they never much are by them, woof! Anyway, I also have...

Read More
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)...

Read More

Yes, soap. Most people today don’t seem to think much about the soaps they are using in their homes. They just see all the “beauty” benefits on television and then after watching those commercials over and over on the idiot tube, they traipse off to the store to purchase products that their brains were washed into believing they must have. But if you truly want to live a toxic-free lifestyle as well as lessening the...

Read More

Parasites, Obesity and Paw Chewing


Posted By on Apr 9, 2013

To clarify before I share my own approach to handling three of the most common ailments I hear about – parasites, obesity and paw chewing – I am a certified animal naturopath. I help my clients learn how to care for their dogs through the laws of health (naturopathic principles) with the foundation on nutrition. Typically I can give them a “what I’d do if it were my dog” answer. I have lumped all three symptoms of parasites, obesity...

Read More
Bathing Sissy the Great Dane

Bathing Sissy the Great Dane


Posted By on Jul 19, 2012

This week I want to share a little bit about bathing our dogs. The dog in the photo is a SisCo Dane just like my Meshach. Her name is Reese or better known as Sissy 🙂 She is being bathed with Young Living Animal Scents Shampoo by her human, Adam and his little girl Mia – my friend Kim is the one taking the photo. Mia is applying the shampoo as you can see 🙂 – it is a very gentle and safe shampoo. First it’s important...

Read More