We're choosing to accentuate the positive points that may come from pivots, flexibility, and changing your mindset in a year of challenges. We're talking about toxic relationships and the effect on your mindset and locating and avoiding the toxicity for you and your dog.
What is a tough "everyday" item on your agenda? Are you embracing it or ignoring it? What if we set ourselves up with a win first thing in the morning? How may we work with our dogs to boost that energy and mindset?
Are you and your dog thriving or are you defined by scars from the past? In today's episode we talk about a hail damaged tree and a rescue dog and how their pasts are only a part of their stories, but don't define their entire life.
Jodi Nikoley joins us today to share with other Dog Mommas how she has utilized essential oils with her young rescued dog, Lulu. Jodi's website: www.myyl.com/onelife2livewell Disclaimer: We are not veterinarians and as such, are not here to diagnose, treat, or cure. We are simply speaking as two dog mommas trading notes and sharing some of our experiences with others. Consult with your veterinarian when considering essential oils and supplements.
Telling the story of how Buster Brown showed why he lived up to the title: Best Dog in Town, as he visited a cancer center on a therapy dog visit. A very special episode for me to share this story. Many lessons learned, but especially, the lesson to "listen to your dog".
We are joined by Jeff O'Brien, partner at Chestnut Cambronne in Minneapolis, MN, to give us an in depth description of the ins and outs of planning your estate and long term care with your pets in mind. Jeff also provides timely insight into what lies ahead for dog trainers, boarding facilities, groomers, and other dog related businesses amid the evolving COVID-19 guidelines. Episode links: www.jeffreyobrien.today www.chestnutcambronne.com
How is Fear keeping you from moving forward or enjoying a hobby? I recently re-read the original Oola book and had some new thoughts about facing Fear, building PLaY Like a Puppy (R), and learning to compete in dog sports.
In today's episode I talk about meeting my first dog, Buster Brown, and what it was like to raise and train a puppy from my point of view, as someone who was terrified of dogs, and how that training paid off fourteen years later during an incident at a therapy dog visit.
Welcome to the world of PLaY Like a Puppy (R)! How does your mindset affect your wellness and the way you look at each day? We explain and explore the idea of embracing what your dog does each day as he chooses to P.L.A.Y.