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Animal Communication Helps Pushy Pony and Her Person

A horse’s behavior sure can tell us that something is wrong, but sometimes we need to dig deeper to find answers to help us start to make positive changes.  This is where animal communication often comes into play with people and their loved animal companions.  Read about how animal communication and essential oils helped bring Lilly Mae and Jill to …

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Equine Massage Helps in Horse’s Recovery

Animal’s Name: Rockin’ Ravi Barn Name: Ravi Breed: Holsteiner           Age: 13 Discipline: Hunter / Eventing Ravi’s Person: Karen Karen and Ravi have been a team for the last four years and started competing about a year later in hunter and eventing. While they love competing, their biggest goal and achievement is about their personal relationship and being on the same …

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Why Dog Athlete Gets Dog Massages and More

Roue: Kansosaks Que Baton Rouge Omax Rottweiler Birthday: July 7, 2008 Disciplines: Obedience, Rally, Agility, Fly Ball, Lure Course, Barn Hunt Roue’s Person: Pat Roue is a beautiful and fun-loving dog that might fool you into thinking that it’s all fun and games, well, because it is! She is a true athlete that loves to work and she’ll give just …

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Dog Massage Keeps Spondylosis at Bay

Yoshi 14 Years Old Shih Tzu-Poodle Yoshi’s People: Jeremy and Angie Yoshi has been a family dog her whole life, and currently loving life as an “only child”. Some of her favorite things to do is go for walks, snuggle and she is a fierce protector of Angie. Her size doesn’t matter to this little dog! She is a protector …

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Arabian Horse, Bourbin, Gets Massages to Keep Him Vibrant

Animal’s Name: Bourbin Registered Name: VDF Bourbin Disciplines: English & Western School Horse Breed: Arabian,  Age: 27 Here’s Bourbin’s story, written by his person, Pam. Bourbin was born and raised at the Ames Farms in Jordan; Cedar Ridge Arabians. He was in training to do park walking and trotting but became one of their school horses instead for English and …

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Raindrop Technique for Dogs & Horses

Out of the Box Thinking on Supplementation Many of us think of taking a pill when we hear the word “supplement”, but they don’t have to come in the form of a pill. There are other options such as, tea, essential oils and herbs. Therapeutic-grade essential oils can be added to a dog or horse’s food, inhaled or applied topically. …

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Is Your Cat or Dog Itchy?

We get a lot of inquiries about how to help cats and dogs with itchy, dry skin during the winter or during prime allergy season. Winter in Minnesota means it is cold and dry! Often our first recommendation is to review their diet because if it’s an allergen, food can be a prime source. If your pet’s diet has not …

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Animal Intuition: How We Started…

So, it occurred to me today that I’ve been in business for 10 years. OK, really it was the technology that tracks my work anniversaries that sent me a notification. You would think that 10 years is a big milestone and I would have it memorized. Well, it IS a big deal, but I don’t celebrate the timing the same …

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Top 10 Reasons To Get Your Dog or Horse Massaged

10. Reward Many look at massage  as a luxury, reward or something to do for fun. While this is true, no matter what the reason, there are health benefits. So, if you want to reward your dog or horse for a job well done, completing a season, hitting a milestone or just for being your awesome partner, they will get …

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Using Essential Oils for Anxiety in Animals: Cats, Dogs and Horses

Essential oils, such as Peace & Calming, can be very helpful in managing anxiety with dogs, cats and horses. Lavender can also be effective, but I have found over the years that that cats and dogs prefer Peace & Calming and show the best response when using it, while horses tend to like both options. Alternating essential oils can also …