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Grief, Loss, Trauma, and Compassion Fatigue

Grief, Loss, Trauma, and Compassion Fatigue

 Animal guardians, advocates, caregivers are not strangers to grief nor do they pretend to be unaffected - but sometimes we are caught off-guard, s...
Priceless Advice for FREE

Priceless Advice for FREE

We are bringing you the last 12 minutes of our most recent interview with Sherry Woodard, CPDT-KA of SherryWoodardConsulting.com & Partners for...
Great Conversations Often Start With a Whisper.

Great Conversations Often Start With a Whisper.

Great Conversations Often Start With a Whisper. Interested in confirming what you ‘think’ they are telling you? It’s simple. Easy. Anyone can do it...
Neutralize Emotional Disturbances in Companion Animals

Neutralize Emotional Disturbances in Companion Animals

Neutralize Emotional Disturbances in Companion Animals     Think about every Horse / Dog / Cat you’ve had or who’s had you. Your top two complaint...
Collateral Repair, a wonderful side effect.

Collateral Repair, a wonderful side effect.

It's not fair when someone starts a story with: "You shoulda been there." In my stories; you are there. Because you are the stories! Your moments ...
Speaking of Humping

Speaking of Humping

Speaking of humping... Years ago, my Chiropractor asked how to get his Retriever to stop humping furniture, blankets, and house guests. I asked if the Dog was causing harm to himself or others. He said 'no' and I declared TO MY CHIROPRACTOR that happy humping was good for the Dog's back. On the other side, dominance, insecurity, nervousness, jealousy, and confusion about social status are some culprits I have seen in my practice and all are fix-able. AND THEN, THERE IS ECSTASY...
Survey Results are Published !!

Survey Results are Published !!

Survey Results are here for you.  Click to see. As always, feel free to get in touch with us @ any time, for any thing; we are here for you!! Sta...
Separation-anxiety (isolation distress)  is often NOT the Dog's problem. YUP - go get a mirror; I'll wait here.

Separation-anxiety (isolation distress) is often NOT the Dog's problem. YUP - go get a mirror; I'll wait here.

Hi Meg - My dog has isolation distress (cant be alone/without other dogs or people) which is the primary concern, and has leash reactivity (secon...
STRANGER DANGER SOLUTIONS, Tried and True.

STRANGER DANGER SOLUTIONS, Tried and True.

Need your help researching for an article I'm writing:  * THE REASON: Because of the prevalent, over-the-top reactions to strangers in public and a...
I walked away from this Dog.

I walked away from this Dog.

How could I? I made a mistake. A big one.  We were at a California county shelter doing demonstrations and training volunteers about our Remedies; ...
Joke's On Me re: The Disappearing Thermometer

Joke's On Me re: The Disappearing Thermometer

Bubba was supposed to be a “30-day Wonder“ = an investment I would ride and train for 30 days, sell for double my costs; then I’d turn around and i...
ZOOM, HUNT, BUCK!

ZOOM, HUNT, BUCK!

ZOOM, HUNT, BUCK. Try to stay out of the way of all that happiness - it could be dangerous. Knocked down by your own Dog is not good for your resum...