How energy affects our Pets
First of all our animals choose us and as a family member they are deeply connected and bonded to you.
Because our love and connection to them is so deep they can feel our thoughts and our emotions, so much so that they absorb our energy. Energy creates like energy. If the environment is full of anger and drama your pet will take that on leading to possible illness or behavioral issues. Remember when your Grandparents had party-lines? You always knew what was going on with all your neighbors, all you had to do was pick up the phone and listen in. Our animals naturally have this ability they know what’s going on in the neighborhood and all are around them.
Animals use their instinct; another word for instinct is energy.
Instinct is something you don't need to learn — it happens naturally, without you even thinking about it. So if your energy is out of balance it affects everything around them.
You cannot hide from an energy practitioner or an animal. They are both great at sensing energy fields. You may not have developed the ability to consciously understand what's happening, but your body and energy field have, it’s called instinct. Animals rely on instinct and they exist in our energy field, so tending to their health and welfare includes providing a positive energetic atmosphere.
Example: Year’s ago I had a woman call me and say every time
she came home her two cats were always upset. I could feel the anxiety in the woman’s
voice so I asked her what she did for a living? She was a therapist. I suggested that she clear and ground her energy before leaving the office so she doesn’t transfer her patient’s energies onto her cats. Being clear and calm when you get home will switch the energy and calm your kitties.
Even a physical sickness can transfer to your pets, so be sure to take care of yourself too.
Example: Jemma, our baby is very bonded to her Daddy. Her Daddy was having stomach issues, next thing I noticed Jemma started having the same symptoms. Once we got Dad’s issues under control we noticed Jemma’s tummy settled down too. Our pets truly mirror our energies.
We are living in intense times and the animals are really feeling it too, so do the best you can to take care of your thoughts and emotions around your pets, and everyone for that matter.
Things we can do to help us ground and be in the present.. Take your pets for walks, get into nature, go to the beach take your shoes off and feel the sand, see and smell the ocean. Animals know how to do this naturally all four paws are on the ground. DISCONNECT from your phones and be in the present!
If you have a kitty, spend more time just petting and loving on them, it’s the Purrrfect antidote to what ails you.
We live in flea capital of the world! They annoy our animal companions just as the weather starts getting warmer.
Let’s first discuss the cycle of the flea for better understanding and then we will discuss various remedies. The adult flea hopping around on your pet and in your house, are only about 1% of the entire flea population in your home environment. So, this means for every flea you see, there are actually at least 99 more in one or another stage of development lurking around the house or yard. 8-10% of the population is in the pupae (cocoon) stage, 35-37% is in the larval stage and 50-54% of the population consists of flea eggs. The adult female flea can lay from 10 to 50 eggs a day in appropriate weather. The eggs are laid on the “host” (your pet companion) and most will fall off into the carpet or in the yard. A majority of those eggs and the resulting larvae and pupae remain within 50 feet of their hosts favorite resting spot. Flea larvae emerge from the eggs within 1-10 days. It is a vicious cycle! So, you ask how do I protect my pet? There are many ways to combat the flea season, but first you must protect your pet from the inside out. Fleas prefer weaker, less healthy hosts and very young puppies and kittens with underdeveloped immune systems. Knowing this we can arm our pets for flea resistance by boosting their health and immunity. If you have a flea problem, this is the first place to start. 1) Diet is the key to their health. Whole fresh food is an important element for you to incorporate in your animal companion’s diet. (Read article “Ideal Nutrition for your pet”) 2) Supplements- Adding supplements to aid in boosting your pets immune system and overall health. We have all these great products listed below.
Having a companion animal is like any close relationship. You may experience a few challenges, along with the many joys. Whether you have a picky eater or a furry friend with itchy skin, digestive upset or arthritis, the knowledgeable staff at Paw Country and Point Loma Pet Pantry can help. You are welcome to come in to the store for nutrition and wellness assistance, any time we are open. We are excited to now also have this blog! Our blog posts will be another way for us to respond to your questions, as well as introduce products and share information. One product that many of our staff and customers already implement into their dog’s and cat’s diets is, raw goats milk! For some time now, we have been carrying Answers brand raw goats milk and have heard rave reviews! We recently also added The Honest Kitchen’s, dehydrated version for you to try too! Why raw goats milk for your canine and feline friends? It’s easy to digest, packed with probiotics and a variety of helpful nutrients. Raw goats milk can make any meal a complete meal for your food loving or finicky dog or cat! If your pet isn’t eating enough, it can be an easy way to add to their diet. Think of it as a food supplement, but even on its own it is a high quality source of nutrition. You might even want to try using it to disguise other less appetizing supplements. The dehydrated version can be found on a box on our supplement shelf. The frozen, environmentally friendly cartons, can be found in the freezer and come in a pint and quart size. Once thawed it lasts in the fridge for up to 14 days. It is normal for goats milk to curd. If you notice this, just shake it up, and it will be good to go! Some animals don’t naturally gravitate towards cold food. If yours is one of these selective types, place the bowl on the counter to let it come to room temperature, or add a little warm water before serving. Never cook or microwave the goats milk, as it will kill the important nutrients, naturally found in the raw goats milk. There is a huge difference between RAW goats milk and the pasteurized version that you may see at some grocery stores. All of the important components that work harmoniously together can be found in the RAW goats milk. Once it is processed, either through pasteurization or your own home heating, it is not the same supplement without the same abundant health properties. Below are some key benefits of raw goats milk. The Benefits of Raw Goats Milk
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