Posts Tagged "animal naturopath"


The Dance of Health

The Dance of Health


Posted By on Dec 8, 2020

We don’t usually think of health as a dance, but from heaven’s perspective, that’s exactly what it really is. Here on earth, we’ve been programmed to believe that “health” care is going to the doctor to get a diagnosis or prescription for ILLNESS which is not health or health care. Health is not a method or treatment, it is a proactive lifestyle not reactive. When we neglect God’s laws of...

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Equine Dreams

Equine Dreams


Posted By on Apr 12, 2020

The following dreams took place shortly after the release of a previous book I authored, Animals Taught Me That. These two dreams came fairly close together as well. I can still remember these two dreams even though I dreamed them years ago. While I feel that one was indeed God giving me a glimpse, a taste of heaven, the other was something else entirely. No matter what though, God whispers in His still small voice and we will...

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My Bully Love

My Bully Love


Posted By on Dec 3, 2019

This time, King has a few thoughts to share. Since Ezra has arrived, there has been a subtle competition building between the growing little male, and the established one. King is urinating around areas he considers HIS. Ezra is outside a LOT as he prefers that. So King is making sure Ezra knows HE is the established KING of this domain – including the all over our patio which isn’t so nice lol. I take a lot of photos of...

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The insanity continues and yet we shouldn’t be surprised because it is all about economics on the corporate scale – is ever anything else these days? Not long ago Walmart began lobbying for a bill that will allow pet owners to get their prescriptions for their pets filled along with their own at the corporate giant’s discount stores. However, the veterinary community is fighting back – not for natural health oh...

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A house is not a home without a pet. ~Anonymous When I was growing up, we always had a wide variety of pets that included dogs, cats, mice, gerbils, guinea pigs, fish and birds. We were also fortunate to be around farm animals as well on my father’s side of the family. It was very normal for families to have at the very least a dog or a cat. In other words, most families had pets when I was growing up and the pets were very much...

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