My goal is to help you get and keep your dog happy and healthy for years to come. This is where WELLNESS, NUTRITION AND VITALITY come together to help you and your dog experience happy and well-balanced lives. When followed, my adaptogenic approach works. I’m here to provide practical, evidence-based information and insight that will exponentially help your dog thrive, but it can’t happen unless you take that step forward and offer it to your cherished dog. My job is to procure a specific plan, right for your dog and empower you to create the mechanisms of action to execute it.
Genetics holds the gun while the environment and lifestyle in which we place our dogs pulls the trigger. As their guardians and advocates we owe it to them to help them THRIVE! We must be judicious and mindful. There’s no snake oil or magic pill – just proven sound strategies for optimizing health. But beware … some of the very people you may think are there to help your dog are actually adding to the imbalances that are cutting their beautiful lives short. It’s up to you to do your due diligence.
Everything impacts a dog’s wellness – their family, their food, their frame of mind and so much more. I’d like to share with you my alchemy ethos and strategies that will help you create balance within your dog’s world so that they can truly experience pure happiness and health for many years to come. The moment you chose to bring a dog into your life, was the genesis of a sacred contract – one where you are your dog’s advocate mentally, emotionally and physically. Your dog’s destiny lies within your hands.
Appreciate all that your dog has to offer and have realistic expectations. Every dog is an individual and what works for one will not work for another. My job is to determine what approach will be best for your dog and teach you how to execute it all. You are your dogs everything. Your dog’s mental, emotional and physical wellness begins with you. Rearing a dog is a journey, so make it a good one! Dogs are sentient beings; they’re able to perceive and feel things just like you and me. They do indeed express themselves differently than us at times therefore it’s our responsibility to learn how to best speak their language. A sacred union exists between you and your dog. Embrace it.