Posts Tagged "natural dog health care"


Recently I wrote a post on how my husband and I have been working to help our very noise/vibrations reactive, young Carolina Dog, Ezra. That post is Dances With Dogs (a podcast is also available on that post). Ezra watching for the neighbor dogs Ezra’s noise/vibration reactivity has been one of the hardest things I’ve had to deal with in one of my own dogs. I say one of the hardest because my former Great Dane...

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The Body Natural

The Body Natural


Posted By on Aug 31, 2020

Years ago I began in earnest looking into a more natural way of caring not just for my dogs, but also for myself and husband. I owe my commitment to do so AND share with others to my dog Shadrach, an amazing Neo Mastiff. While he passed away in 2011, naturally here at home, I’ve continued to share on the body natural. my body butter and air freshener When I first began, I took it one step at a time first focusing on the needs of...

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Eating REAL Food

Eating REAL Food


Posted By on Jul 13, 2020

Because dogs are carnivores. This is done under our supervision. This is a natural teeth cleaning exercise- and yes it does wear them out. Yes they get bone in meat meals also but this is extracurricular for them. We can’t seem to get whole prey still, so we improvise as best we can. Ezra our Carolina Dog puppy, 6 months old at the time of this photo (6 months ago). King our American Bully, 8 years old at the time of this photo (6...

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My friend, Thomas Sandberg, is going above and beyond to do a few things to help dogs (and cats) live and BE well. First he started the longest running, albeit anedotal (which I LOVE) study on raw feeding, Long Living Pets Research Study – there are actually THREE studies ongoing which you’ll find when you go to the site. Now he is currently raising funds for his Long Living Pets Research, Rescue and Rehab Center. His...

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The Gift of Love

The Gift of Love


Posted By on Apr 20, 2020

During this difficult time we are facing worldwide right now, I thought I’d share an article I wrote back in 2013 about my beautiful, Great Dane puppy, Meshach. He was my buddy, my friend, and losing him so young was sure not in my plan. But I learned. I learned that through adversity is when we really do grow – if we choose to do so. Or we can become afraid and stagnate in our fear and bitterness. I hope we all choose...

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