How many times have you heard yourself or someone else say, “Oh he won’t let me” and they meant their dog won’t let them? It may seem like a cute statement that makes people smile but the underlying issue is this: Your dog lacks the basic life skills he needs to get along in this world.
You may be surprised to learn that in many circumstances you do need to take steps to protects your dog from the damaging effects of the sun rays. Don't just reach for any sunscreen off the shelf! Even the natural ones have questionable ingredients in them. Here's what to do.
Therapeutic clays come in different colors and structures and each has unique qualities. White and green clays are used internally while brown, red, yellow and blue clays are used externally. What I love about healing clays is that they can be used with other forms of treatment.
You and your all natural dog can benefit from many different types of clay. Types of Healing Clays: There are many types of healing clays found throughout the world. Here are the most common: Bentonite is a green clay that has a high absorption rate and a unique chemical structure....
Commercial and some natural shampoos are nothing but chemicals and toxins with a few natural extracts in them to make consumers think that by using their product you are somehow connecting with nature. Skilled marketing may work on some but not on the informed consumer.
Finding out the why of your dogs personality might seem complicated but it may be as simple as looking to the stars.
Door bells, laughing, glasses and bottles clanging together, the smell of food and non-stop attention can all lead to an overwhelming disaster. With the help of herbs, flower essences and some positive training techniques, you can set your dog up for success so everyone can be happy and enjoy the event