Sit Really Does Mean SIT

Over the past two years I've had the privilege of getting to know a remarkable young woman by the name of Bre Altherr. She and her husband Chris, own and operate the North Indy Sit Means Sit franchise. When they say sit really does mean sit - it really does mean that! While their facility... 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 →

Running Wolf

I know I've been sharing a lot of stories of my outings with Schatzie (aka Running Wolf) lately but since King is on the injured reserve list right now (but improving DAILY I might add - so exciting to watch it all happen naturally), I am enjoying sharing my adventures with this amazing dog. It... 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 →

Essential Oils with Animals

I thought I'd share a short little video with you I did a couple of months ago on the Animal Scents product line by Young Living Essential Oils. Just a quick and short one to let you know that we have animal specific essential oils available. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QE9m2p8h_8g I am currently working on a class for... Continue Reading →

A Tale of Three Dogs, Part Three Conclusion

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... Continue Reading →

A Tale of Three Dogs, Part Two

Shadrach Fridge entered my life gently and sweetly, but Shadrach came slamming into my life with his damaged, abused, neglected young self. My husband fell instantly in love with Shadrach, but I can’t say that I did. He was so skinny, smelly, and different than my beautiful Golden Retriever, Fridge. What I didn’t know was... Continue Reading →

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