Posts Tagged "health"


Life is a Dance

Life is a Dance


Posted By on Dec 28, 2017

As we close out yet another year, we often look back to reflect on what has transpired – the good, the bad and the ugly. Unfortunately, we all too often focus on the bad and the ugly cancelling out all the good in our minds and attitudes. For the sake of our animals, let’s, together, begin to flip this to focusing primarily on the good. I read a quote recently that stated, “If you stumble, make it part of the dance,” by...

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Often I get asked how much of this or that essential oil to use with a dog and how often. I am happy to say that isn’t a question I answer in the conventional sense because that is a conventional focus. As a matter of fact, that is considered prescribing and treating which only licensed practitioners are allowed to do – and I am fine with that. The reason? Because as an animal naturopath, I have a completely different way...

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Bubba-tude!

Bubba-tude!


Posted By on May 1, 2015

If you’ve read my blog over the years you’ll know I’ve had several dogs since my blogging days began in 2004 – Shadrach (Neo Mastiff -my primary muse and inspiration, now deceased), Meshach (Great Dane – sweetness incarnated who broke my heart and my ego, now deceased), Schatzie (Carolina Dog aka American Dingo – my beauty queen girl who makes me smile), and King (American Bully – keeps my...

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The Art of Healing


Posted By on Feb 20, 2015

Wellness is not a ‘medical fix’ but a way of living – a lifestyle sensitive and responsive to all the dimensions of the body, mind, and spirit, an approach to life we each design to achieve for our highest potential for well-being now and forever. ~Greg Anderson Look deep into nature and then you’ll understand everything better. ~Albert Einstein The art of healing comes from nature and not from the physician....

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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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