Animals

A dog wags his tail from the heart.  A dog’s love is one of the most honest feelings.  They are never ashamed of us, never talk behind our backs, and they are there for us when we need a little love t
Acupuncture, in the minds of the American public, has always been accompanied by a certain romantic mystique and that is the way it was for me when I first started to learn and study it.

Create a healthy, happy lifestyle for your canine friend
 
I'm a huge animal lover, so I'm not exactly unbiased when it comes to our theme this month - the health and wellness of animals. There are studies that evaluate the impact of animals on our lives.
Dog Swimming in Pool
This common term, the doggy paddle, has led many to think dogs are natural swimmers. Technically they are. They do, however, need to develop this skill.
Dog Scratching from Fleas
Over my many years of pet ownership I became increasingly uncomfortable with having pesticides ingested, injected or applied to my pets.
Young Man and His Dog Taking a Selfie
I was a lucky seven when I got my first rescue dog. I didn't know it was a rescue. Dad took me to the city pound to get a dog after my cat crossed the Rainbow Bridge.
Group of Cats and Dogs on White Background
Dogs and other canines run in packs, birds in flocks, grazing animals in herds and the list goes on. People have their own versions of packs; we call them families.
Woman Dog Kissing Winter
Mother Earth thrives on unconditional love. It is the fuel that generates life here on Earth. Love has biological origins.
Yorkshire Terrier Getting Groomed
There is much discussion about the spelling as well as the meaning of (w)holistic as it is applied to a discipline.

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