Finally, the penny has dropped for me. Today the last piece of the jigsaw fell into place and I now feel that I have all the tools I need to best serve the animals and their humans who seek my help and support. Let me tell you why….
We all experience stress differently in different situations. Sometimes you might be able to tell right away when you’re feeling under stress, but other times you might keep going without recognising the signs. Stress can affect you both emotionally and physically, and it can affect the way you behave. The same goes for your dog.
When I lost my first dog, Calli, to cancer in 2012 she left a huge hole in my heat and to say that I was devastated would be the understatement of the year. I was broken, bereft and inconsolable. if you know that the time for your pet to leave you is drawing near, there
When an animal suffers disease, physical or emotional injury, the healing process works to restore the normality we know as health where the body is currently unbalanced, diseased, damaged or lacking in vitality. Thinking of injury or dis-ease as a body out of balance, rather than broken or faulty is a far more gentle way
Stress, whether physiological or emotional, acute (short-term) or chronic (long-term), is the root cause of illness for humans as well as pets. Have you ever considered that your dogs and cats would pick up on this, and that your stress might make them ill, or at least stress them out too?