Speaking of Humping

     

Happy Hump Day Wednesday!

Speaking of humping... Years ago while at my Chiropractor’s for my horseback-riding back, he asked how to get his (neutered) Retriever to stop humping furniture, blankets, and house guests. I asked if the Dog was causing harm to himself or others. He said: no. I said: it’s actually good for his back. Or so I was told, by my equine vet, when I questioned questionable behavior of my (gelded) ¾ ton ½ Clydesdale.

If the behavior is the result not of chemicals or hormones but of emotion – we can talk. Dominance, insecurity, nervousness, jealousy, and confusion about social status are some of the culprits I have seen in my practice and all are fix-able. Dominant yet insecure, too much energy or tension, past trauma, and ecstasy are all valid points to take up. Where do we put all that energy accompanied by chemical reactions in the body? A better question is: how do we quell that energy, additionally re-channel and improve the patterns of learning already well established? How to stay HAPPY - just tone down the excitable energy a little? Flower Essences!

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