Posts Tagged "trust"


Trust or Fear?

Trust or Fear?


Posted By on Jan 19, 2018

Something I’ve experienced, and continue to experience in this natural, whole health journey in both animal and human health is the level of fear that permeates it from those transitioning from conventional thinking. It’s because the conventional model sees germs around every corner, viruses lurking waiting to invade, fungi ready to overtake bodies, etc. It is a war-like model. Avoid. Counter. Strategize. Evade. By all and...

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Trust. We all want it. We all desire to be trustworthy. It’s not by accident this is probably the most critical part of all the laws of health. All the previous laws of health: nutrition, exercise, pure water, sunshine, moderation, fresh air, and rest hinge upon this one thing: trust. ALL of the components of maintaining and promoting health and wellness in our dogs build upon and depend upon all the others and that requires...

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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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My First Bath

My First Bath


Posted By on Aug 16, 2011

This post was written in “first dog” by Meshach the Great Dane puppy. This video is from my first day, August 7th, with my new human family. My first human Mom, Barbie Barrett of Zona Danes, and my grandma Terry, traveled with me and all my siblings from Arizona where I was born and grew up, to Oklahoma – home of my canine mom Marlo. One of my sister’s stayed in OK with our SisCo Danes family. And then I got...

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