What They Wish We Knew About Mornings – Mini-Series, Part 1

Last month I talked about starting a mini-series where I would share some of the things I’ve learned from the animals that I work with (especially the things we tend to miss that they really wish we knew). There's a lot to talk about so let’s dive in and start with one of the easier topics that many of us can relate to. I call it the whirlwind morning routine. You...
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Oops, We Did It Again

Sometimes having highly attuned senses has its challenges. When I’m working, it’s necessary to have the ability to compassionately detach so that I can be of service to the animal I’m working with, but when I’m walking down the street and encounter dogs in pain, it’s really hard to remain calm and centred. As much as I want to, I can’t go up to every stranger I see with a dog...
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