Natural Modalities for Dogs


Those DOGgone Oily Dogs and Flies

Those DOGgone Oily Dogs and Flies


Posted By on Nov 5, 2018

Recently on Facebook and Instagram I posted a different kind of photo of me and my dogs during our weekly aroma massage. It got attention and in fact a couple of people asked me if I’d be willing to let them be a “flies” (as in on the wall lol) of my weekly massage. Here is what I wrote that got people to ask me this (the photo is the one with this post): Every week my dogs receive an aroma massage. Every week is...

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The problem is more the medical governing bodies rather than the medical professionals themselves, however the training the doctors, veterinarians, etc., are receiving is geared towards indoctrination in the belief that natural health practitioners are the enemy – not of health but of their bottom line! Which leads us to believe that health for yourselves and your animals is not what the conventional medical community is...

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Get Your DOGgone Oil-ucation On!

Get Your DOGgone Oil-ucation On!


Posted By on Aug 28, 2018

Just this past week I finished up a free online course set up for those on my Young Living team, but also for anyone who wants to learn about using the Young Living Essential Oils with their dogs proactively rather than reactively. We keep all above the wellness line yo aight?! So if you’re ready to get your DOGgone oil-ucation on then you’ll want to check out this new site – zero cost – at www.OilyDog.org....

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Happy CALM 4th For Your Dog

Happy CALM 4th For Your Dog


Posted By on Jul 4, 2018

Today is THAT holiday that can really cause some fear in dogs. Here are a couple of graphics that can help you keep your dog happy and calm for the 4th. I have used the YL oils since 2004 so I trust them and have had really great results with them. I prefer to pet along the spine and avoid the ears (behind the ears I have done and behind the paws as well as this post suggests). Here is a video on calming oils I did a couple of years...

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The bully life can be RUFF 😂💖😎 – this isn’t his best side lol. He’d be so embarrassed if he knew I took this photo. Full breakfast belly (raw fed dogs LOVE their food!). King doesn’t have to be told to follow the laws of health, sunbathing is one of his favorite pastimes as you can see! Since King’s CCL tear and wearing a brace he’s been able to gain back almost his full exercise daily so he’s...

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This personal journey on CCL (Cranial Cruciate Ligament) tears/ruptures in dogs part one, is going to be a LONG post. It dates back to November 2015 and features our very special “little man” King, our American Bully. The CCL is an important ligament in the stifle joint (knee) of the dog, so when it tears or ruptures that results in partial or complete joint instability, pain, and lameness. Unfortunately it is happening to...

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