Worthy of the Truth

While this is a "mixed bag" (at least it's not a bag of kibble!) blog post, I felt it needed to be so the message would be REALLY heard because it is about how worthy of the truth are our dogs. Let me start out with my short and goofy "Weird Animal Girl"scenario first because... Continue Reading →

Quail Call Zoomies

My crazy house lol...last Thursday as I was cleaning house and listening to music I had all sorts of "thoughts" running through my head. It was a gorgeous day and so I am thinking it just put me in a lighter mood. That always helps when cleaning house. Well out of the blue I recalled... Continue Reading →

Klaus the Rottweiler

This is such a fantastic story I just had to share it with all of you! My very good friend, Bre Altherr and her husband Chris own a boarding, grooming, training franchise facility in northern Indiana - Sit Means Sit. Bre also happens to be one of our students at the American Council of Animal... Continue Reading →

In the Mist Came Clarity

Our weather in NM for the last few days has been VERY wintery but I've experienced such blessings and clarity in the mist of the fog and snow. It has felt like Schatzie and I were the only souls about each morning. The first foggy morning, she snuck up on a flock of quail in... Continue Reading →

Spying on Our Pets

A couple of weeks ago I shared a post with you about a pet spy camera that I was asked to review - What Is your Pet Up To When You Are Gone?. My husband and I will be using it to keep an eye on our dogs when we are not home - spying... Continue Reading →

Just a little bit of deceptive advertising in pet food?

Ya think? But of course they are allowed just a little deception in pet food advertising aren't they? Allowed to embellish just a LITTLE? Ahem, well I suppose if you have deep pockets and all, you are allowed. BUT if you share natural health, and REAL food you are not allowed...not even a tiny bit,... Continue Reading →

The Heartworm Scare

The heartworm scare - we've all been there because they are scary. It is scary to know they can kill our dogs. Years ago when I worked in veterinary medicine as a tech, I saw many dogs have to be treated for heartworm which was rather awful as we used arsenic to kill the heartworms... Continue Reading →

Pest Control: Poisoning our pets through conventional “prevention” methods

Conventional pest control is a common practice among pet owners these days. After all, we've been taught to be afraid, be very afraid of the wicked diseases and pestilence they bring. Yes, I know about Lyme's disease among other things and I am not discounting that but we have been looking at this all wrong... Continue Reading →

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