Posts Tagged "Meshach the Great Dane"


Christmas 2020

Christmas 2020


Posted By on Dec 24, 2020

It sure has been a challenging year hasn’t it? I’m certain I’d not want to repeat it, but tremendous blessings have come out of it in SO many ways. Christmas 2020… Shadrach with his Christmas toy Growing closer to God. Realizing the most important things in life are relationships – especially with Him. Being grateful for things like toilet paper lol. For BEING well. And truly being grateful to live and be...

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Let me first define what the vagus nerve is before I share the stories on each of these fantastic dogs that have graced our home over the years. “The vagus nerve has two bunches of sensory nerve cell bodies, and it connects the brainstem to the body. … The nerve is responsible for certain sensory activities and motor information for movement within the body. Essentially, it is part of a circuit that links the neck, heart,...

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Meshach A week after Shadrach’s passing, my friend Kim asked me if she could gift me with one of her upcoming litter’s puppies. At that time, she was breeding Great Danes in partnership with her sister. I was stunned and excited, because Great Danes have been my favorite breed of dog since the age of eighteen. She told me to pray about it and talk it over with Donnie. Donnie was not interested in having another giant breed dog, being...

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Vaccines: One Is Too Many

Vaccines: One Is Too Many


Posted By on Dec 2, 2013

Recently a new vaccine protocol appeared on the horizon from a well known veterinarian and vaccine researcher. Most in natural animal health believe that the only good vaccine is the one not given (as I believe based on reason, truth and facts). However, many of those same people will support these minimum vaccine protocols because as they have oft stated “a limited or minimal vaccine protocol is a step in the right...

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A year ago today my heart shattered into pieces as we had to put to sleep our sweet, young Great Dane boy we named Meshach (aka Zona SisCos Through the Fire). After all we did to help him, it just wasn’t enough. The seizures escalated and when a dog is crying in pain, they are in a LOT of pain. They have such a high pain threshold so when they are crying you know it is agonizing for them. There was no sudden healing. There was...

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