Monthly Archives: November 2012

The hardest person to see is me…..

It’s a core truth we need to return to again and again. We will always have the most difficulty looking in the mirror, it’s far easier to look at the other person. Their strengths and weaknesses stand in sharp clarity … Continue reading

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The Alpha Factor

I’ve been keeping a close eye on my dogs this week. We’ve been experiencing tribal issues in combination with a tough injury, so I have been more present than usual to the inner workings of my “pack”. Interestingly enough, the … Continue reading

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When helping changes rhythm and practice…..

The dog drama continues. We have the obvious work of rehabilitating a dog that is currently running around on three legs, but the larger work is reintroducing this dog back into its “tribe”. In recent months it has been nothing … Continue reading

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Hiding in the Elephant Ears

Our youngest dog hurt his leg sometime during the night on Sunday. We carried him up to the house on Monday, brought him food and water, spread blankets on the ground, and kept a close eye on him through the … Continue reading

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