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Archetype: Hero-Rescuer-Savior

By on August 8, 2017

Remember, we are more than one archetype. If you haven’t read my information about archetypes, please read this first. The highly esteemed Hero! Dogs like Lassie and St. Bernards might come to mind, or Rin Tin Tin and Joey, and

Archetype: Caregiver-Helper-Supporter

By on August 1, 2017

Remember, we are more than one archetype. If you haven’t read my information about archetypes, please read this first. Caregiver/helper animals are often such sweet pets! One tell-tale behavior of theirs is to comfort you when you cry or are

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Archetype: Explorer-Seeker-Wanderer

By on July 25, 2017

Remember, we are more than one archetype. If you haven’t read my information about archetypes, please read this first. Your explorer/wanderer is likely very hard to contain! They may love to sit and be loved for most of the day,

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Archetype: Lover-Partner-Friend

By on July 18, 2017

Remember, we are more than one archetype. If you haven’t read my information about archetypes, please read this first. Lovers can have aspects of many of the archetypes in them, but mainly they just Love! They love you, and they

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Healing/Helping Modalities: EFT aka Tapping

By on July 11, 2017

I want to take a quick break from the Archetype series to talk about Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT), also known as Tapping. Why tap? Tapping removes blocks. It’s a way to move forward in your life without emotional baggage keeping

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Archetype: Teacher-Mentor-Wise One

By on June 6, 2017

Remember, we are more than one archetype. If you haven’t read my information about archetypes, please read this first. Teacher animals are great to have in a house or foster facility to help convey the house expectations to the new

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Archetype: Rebel-Outlaw

By on May 17, 2017

Remember, we are more than one archetype. If you haven’t read my information about archetypes, please read this first. Rebels and outlaws may have an honorable goal initially, but they aren’t very good at following the rules. In fact, there

Yours, Mine and Ours – Blending Your Animal Families

By on March 28, 2017

6 Tips for a Smooth Transition Any time you are combining households with animals, there is preparation to be done to make the transition as easy as possible on your pets (and everyone!). We prepare our children for big changes,

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Consistency in the Home Creates Harmony

By on March 21, 2017

Would your pet consider you the fun one or the task master? In other words, do they get away with more when you are in the house or out of the house? Just like children, pets will behave according to

Chores for Your Pets: Why Every Animal Needs An Assignment

By on February 27, 2017

Do you have a bored dog or cat at home? One way to tell they’re bored is that they might be mischievous or even destructive. Not because they‘re bad, but just because they are bored. This is one of several reasons