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Words can not express how much I love this one. #daybreak #love #persimmon #morning #flemishgiant #giantflemish #bghpets #petpsychic #rabbitsofinstagram

Words can not express how much I love this one. #daybreak #love #persimmon #morning #flemishgiant #giantflemish #bghpets #petpsychic #rabbitsofinstagram

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Nacho

This is Nacho. He is 4.5 years old.

During a session with me Nacho said,

“Doing ‘sit, stay, and down’ doesn’t make me smart it makes me cool.”

His person writes: Laura really helped me and Nacho with our upcoming move! She was able tell him everything is going to be okay. She let me understand my dog in a deeper and more empathetic way and I’m deeply grateful to her!

 

Laura Stinchfield ThePetPsychic.com

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#besties Ever since Hudson found Easter in the woods they have been best friends. Easter my chihuahua says, “Hudson is my best friend because he is always up for playing.”  Hudson my German Shepherd says, “Easter maybe small, but she is tough and funny.”

#besties Ever since Hudson found Easter in the woods they have been best friends. Easter my chihuahua says, “Hudson is my best friend because he is always up for playing.” Hudson my German Shepherd says, “Easter maybe small, but she is tough and funny.”

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Mid day at the barn with Jubilee, Easter, Luca, Felix and Hudson #barndog #happy

Mid day at the barn with Jubilee, Easter, Luca, Felix and Hudson #barndog #happy

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Felix says, “Sometimes you just have to let the sun warm you up.” #meditation #sun

Felix says, “Sometimes you just have to let the sun warm you up.” #meditation #sun

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It was wonderful to see my mentor Linda Tellington-Jones at her clinic last weekend. Here Linda does some ear work on Sweetie. Jubilee, my horse, could not attend the clinic because she was not feeling well. On the last day of the clinic, I had to rush home because Jubilee was sick. On Halloween Jubilee was diagnosed with Ulcers. She is on the mend. I know that I should post more when my animals are going through issues like this but I tend to move more inward. Carol LA a TTouch Instructor writes about Ear work: After calling the veterinarian, start working on your horse's ears. Start at the base of the ear, fold the ear on itself with your fingers on one side and thumb on the other, and slide along the length of the ear. When you reach the tip, rub it between your thumb and fingers to activate the shock point. Keep repeating the slide and the rub of the tip. You can also make circles or rub around the base of the ear, where it joins the head, to activate the acupuncture point for digestion and respiration. Working the ears in the case of colic, or any other situation where shock is a factor, helps to balance an animal's system and bring, or keep, him out of shock. Working each ear individually, rather than both at the same time, usually is more effective. Also, you can stroke an ear while walking the horse if the horse seems to prefer moving. If the horse is standing or lying and not trying to roll or to thrash, do the TTouch techniques without walking. Consider that the horse might be tired or exhausted from hours of discomfort and might need to rest. The TTouch can relieve many of the horse's symptoms without added stress. Working the muzzle, nostrils and mouthWorking the ears is most important since it affects the entire system of the horse, but there are other helpful techniques. You can read more here: http://www.ttouch.com/horseArticleColic.shtml

It was wonderful to see my mentor Linda Tellington-Jones at her clinic last weekend. Here Linda does some ear work on Sweetie. Jubilee, my horse, could not attend the clinic because she was not feeling well. On the last day of the clinic, I had to rush home because Jubilee was sick. On Halloween Jubilee was diagnosed with Ulcers. She is on the mend. I know that I should post more when my animals are going through issues like this but I tend to move more inward. Carol LA a TTouch Instructor writes about Ear work: After calling the veterinarian, start working on your horse’s ears. Start at the base of the ear, fold the ear on itself with your fingers on one side and thumb on the other, and slide along the length of the ear. When you reach the tip, rub it between your thumb and fingers to activate the shock point. Keep repeating the slide and the rub of the tip. You can also make circles or rub around the base of the ear, where it joins the head, to activate the acupuncture point for digestion and respiration. Working the ears in the case of colic, or any other situation where shock is a factor, helps to balance an animal’s system and bring, or keep, him out of shock. Working each ear individually, rather than both at the same time, usually is more effective. Also, you can stroke an ear while walking the horse if the horse seems to prefer moving. If the horse is standing or lying and not trying to roll or to thrash, do the TTouch techniques without walking. Consider that the horse might be tired or exhausted from hours of discomfort and might need to rest. The TTouch can relieve many of the horse’s symptoms without added stress. Working the muzzle, nostrils and mouthWorking the ears is most important since it affects the entire system of the horse, but there are other helpful techniques. You can read more here: http://www.ttouch.com/horseArticleColic.shtml

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TTouch

It was wonderful to see my mentor Linda Tellington-Jones at her clinic last weekend. Here Linda does some ear work on Sweetie.

Jubilee, my horse, could not attend the clinic because she was not feeling well. On the last day of the clinic, I had to rush home because Jubilee was sick. On Halloween Jubilee was diagnosed with Ulcers. She is on the mend. I know that I should post more when my animals are going through issues like this but I tend to move more inward.

Carol LA a TTouch Instructor writes about Ear work: After calling the veterinarian, start working on your horse’s ears. Start at the base of the ear, fold the ear on itself with your fingers on one side and thumb on the other, and slide along the length of the ear. When you reach the tip, rub it between your thumb and fingers to activate the shock point. Keep repeating the slide and the rub of the tip. You can also make circles or rub around the base of the ear, where it joins the head, to activate the acupuncture point for digestion and respiration.

Working the ears in the case of colic, or any other situation where shock is a factor, helps to balance an animal’s system and bring, or keep, him out of shock. Working each ear individually, rather than both at the same time, usually is more effective. Also, you can stroke an ear while walking the horse if the horse seems to prefer moving. If the horse is standing or lying and not trying to roll or to thrash, do the TTouch techniques without walking. Consider that the horse might be tired or exhausted from hours of discomfort and might need to rest. The TTouch can relieve many of the horse’s symptoms without added stress.

Working the muzzle, nostrils and mouthWorking the ears is most important since it affects the entire system of the horse, but there are other helpful techniques. You can read more here: http://www.ttouch.com/horseArticleColic.shtml

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Clyde enjoying his afternoon nap! Thank goodness we are no longer in the 100s! #flemishgiant #bunnylove

Clyde enjoying his afternoon nap! Thank goodness we are no longer in the 100s! #flemishgiant #bunnylove

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I have been wondering lately if I should get the dogs Halloween costumes. Today Luca came to me and said, “I want to be a pirate for Halloween.” I replied, “ok Luca. How about a skull and crossbones bandanna?” He said, “No, not that kind of pirate. The kind of pirate that is skillful, smart and is kind of like me. You know, Classy?” And then it hit me! I’m listening to a book called Frenchman’s Creek by Daphne Du Maurier. The Frenchman is a Pirate, but he is a different kind of pirate. He is exactly what Luca describes and romantic and sophisticated too! Oh my Luca! You would make such a great pirate!

I have been wondering lately if I should get the dogs Halloween costumes. Today Luca came to me and said, “I want to be a pirate for Halloween.” I replied, “ok Luca. How about a skull and crossbones bandanna?” He said, “No, not that kind of pirate. The kind of pirate that is skillful, smart and is kind of like me. You know, Classy?” And then it hit me! I’m listening to a book called Frenchman’s Creek by Daphne Du Maurier. The Frenchman is a Pirate, but he is a different kind of pirate. He is exactly what Luca describes and romantic and sophisticated too! Oh my Luca! You would make such a great pirate!

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Clyde is the sweetest bunny in the world! He says about his new life, “This life is really special. Everyone loves me. I have lots of free time to roam and secret places to hide. There are a lot of animals here that have become my friend. Hudson can scare me sometimes when he wants to play but I like sharing a bed with him. The other animals love me. I never feel alone. I get tons of veggies and strawberries my favorite. And apples and bananas too! I’m glad I’m here. I have a routine I can count on. My favorite thing is my out door pen. It’s open most of the time and it has a really comfortable bed. I can sleep in the house with everyone else or outdoors. My choice. I’m really happy here. My mom can’t stop kissing me and telling me how great I am. It makes me feel special. I do miss my kids from my last home but I had some kids visit me here. I feel loved here everyday not just some days. I’m lucky.”

Clyde is the sweetest bunny in the world! He says about his new life, “This life is really special. Everyone loves me. I have lots of free time to roam and secret places to hide. There are a lot of animals here that have become my friend. Hudson can scare me sometimes when he wants to play but I like sharing a bed with him. The other animals love me. I never feel alone. I get tons of veggies and strawberries my favorite. And apples and bananas too! I’m glad I’m here. I have a routine I can count on. My favorite thing is my out door pen. It’s open most of the time and it has a really comfortable bed. I can sleep in the house with everyone else or outdoors. My choice. I’m really happy here. My mom can’t stop kissing me and telling me how great I am. It makes me feel special. I do miss my kids from my last home but I had some kids visit me here. I feel loved here everyday not just some days. I’m lucky.”

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