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Signs of Less Stress and Piloerection in Mammalian Behavior

Signs of Less Stress and Piloerection in Mammalian Behavior

Piloerection is the hair raised on the neck or along the spine on a Dog and is exact same involuntary behavior as in a human.  Being honest, I just...
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...
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...
Learn Her Trust

Learn Her Trust

     “Don’t you mean, earn her trust?” Before I had the chance to embarrass myself by blurting out my correction, while the Horse smelled her legs,...
Plant Intelligence

Plant Intelligence

The mind and/or the body recognizes the need to seek out benefits from specific plants chosen for its specific needs and functions. Flower Essences and aromatherapy are an easy way to provide these benefits to our pets who primarily spend time indoors.

Testimonials From The Horse's Mouth

      It  just was like someone flipped a switch!  Her  ears up, happy and didn't give her any trouble at all during the trim, even the back legs where she would get anxious about letting someone other than myself pick them up.