Alternatives to Veterinarians

Alternatives to Veterinarians There are many canine kin needs that never need to be taken to a veterinarian. This is great news because you can grow your knowledge and compassionate connection to your pup through caring for many of their needs. Especially for children...

Costumes for Our Canine Kin

Ancestors dressed them up, too  Archeologists and historians remind us that around the world, our ancestors loved to adorn four-legged kin in similar ways to how we do so today! Fancy dog collars in China and the Middle East were common among folks with resources....

Prevent Dog Cancers

Dogs don’t have to get cancer Research on treating dog tumors with a no-sugar diet is awesome! Did you know that cancer cells have WAY more receptors for sugar than typical cells? Cancer cells multiply by eating up as much sugar as they can. Removing sugar from...

How to Choose Dog Sitters

Big picture when you’re looking for a dog sitter There are five options to consider. These are listed below. You will want to decide on which option to go with based on the following: What are the emotional needs of your kin? What are the emotional needs that...

Backpacking With Dogs

Introduction Machete and I love getting outside. After a year and a half of day hiking, it was time to take Machete on a backpacking adventure with me.  In preparation for his first trip this summer, June 2022, I talked to some experienced friends who have been taking...

Are You Accidentally Starving Her? 

What does the science say about how much protein your kin needs? Recent research shows that our canine kin are getting too little protein and too many carb-based calories, making a weak body at the cellular level.  In Steven Brown’s helpful book, Unlocking the Canine...