Posts Tagged "exercise"


Who Cares?

Who Cares?


Posted By on Oct 15, 2018

I haven’t shared one of our gorgeous sunrises in a while so here a set from October 2 and October 13. These sunrises wowed me in the real! ☀️☀️☀️. I take these photos while we (my husband, me and our two dogs) are out for our morning walk/exercise in the fresh air honoring at least two of the eight laws of health every day. We get sunshine (another law of health) full on also in the summer at...

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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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This isn’t going to be one of my “raw feeding” or “pesticides cause harm” type posts, I’m just warning you up front. As the listed categories for this post imply, this is going to be a storytelling, faith-based post – you’ve been notified! It’s a “story paints a picture” thing. The question BEGS why would I do that on a canine naturopathy oriented blog? Because this is...

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Exercise for Your Dog

Exercise for Your Dog


Posted By on Sep 12, 2016

In this day and age more than probably at any other time in history exercise, which is the second law of health, is one of the most underutilized and yet very needed law to maintain wellness in our dogs. In nature animals are always on the move. Every animal society whether they live a solitary life except during breeding season or in prides, herds, troupes, packs, flocks, etc., they are constantly on the move. It’s not a...

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All the years of sharing a whole health, naturopathic approach to animal care. All the podcasts, blog posts, private consultations, creation of programs, personal experience, and empirical evidence. Not just me of course but SO many others who do this day in and out. My reward is seeing animals be well. And yet, our animals are still ailing as a whole. Why? Because people are reluctant to change. Reluctant to move out of the paradigm...

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