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From Rooster To Dog With Feng Shui Tips

Both the Rooster and the Dog are domestic animals, yet very different in scope and hits. In the pecking order of domestic fowl, the Rooster dominates, lives outdoors, and announcements daily that "the early bird catches the worm." We've had a year of living by the Rooster's motto and should now use what's left of his bird energy to bring the year to a satisfying closure.

In feng shui practices that would mean tossing out what's no longer meaningful or useful and clearing the deck for the Earth Dog to enter our sphere. The Rooster dominates as the natural leader of his flock. In contrast, the dog is a pack animal and could be either the alpha dog or the subservient underdog.

Ending the year of the Rooster could mean an extra dose of decision making on what it takes to bring a cycle to completion. In preparation let's peck away at the excess debris that's cluttering our life and clear more space for new and exciting spaces.

In contrast to the outdoor nature of the Rooster, the Dog is an indoor animal, and as an Earth Dog his focus is even more on domestic matters and indoor activities. Let's provide him with a clean slate and benefit from his peace-loving nature.

Feng Shui tips for a propitious farewell to the Rooster:

• Start in the early am

• Set up a check list

• Set a timer for 30 minutes

• Work in increments

• Clean out a desk drawer

• Clear bath and medicine cabinets

• Check expiration dates and toss expired meds

• Clear the pantry and toss expired products

• Review computer desk tops and delete unneeded folders

• Check email folders and create order

• Clear browsing history

• Delete cookies on the computer

• Scrutinize closets and donated unwanted stuff

• Clean out file drawers

• Shred old documents

• Clean windows for a clear view into the future

• Burn candles to give the Fire Rooster a flaming farewell

Once you have cleared and cleaned your home or business space, you'll be ready to usher in the Earth Dog and let him help you create a nurturing and peaceful ambiance. Since the forecasts for 2018 estimate quarrelsome incidents, we need to be aware of and prepared to step away from confrontations and hide in the blissfully quiet and comfortable sanctuary of our home environment. From the Earth Dog we can benefit by emulating desirable practices like loyalty and unconditional love.

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Wolf-Dog Hybrids

My first encounter with a "Wolf Dog Hybrid" was 10 yrs. When my daughter and her husband decided to add another dog to their family. Not being familiar with these dogs they ended up getting 3 puppies from the same litter. As they grew to adulthood these wolf dog hybrids did not resemble a wolf in the way they looked. One looked like a Rottweiller, one looked like a Siberian Husky and the third dog looked like a longhaired mixture of German Shepherd and Rottweiller.

The one dog named "Lokie", was friendly to a fault. When you walked in the door she was right there jumping up and licking your face, arms or legs. When she would finally calm down she immediately laid down on the floor and roled over exposing her belly. This reminded me of how lower ranking wolf acts in the pack. The second dog, named "Thor", was timid and shy and took a while to warm up to you. The third dog, named "Oden", seemed to be the boss over the other two. I think he was what they refer to in a wolf pack as the Alpha male. He certainly took charge when the other two acted up. My daughter found out the parents had a mixture of Siberian Husky, Rottweiller, and wolf in them.

In the 10 years my daughter has had these dogs she had had problems with their behavior and often takes them to the local Dog Park where they interact with other dogs and people. She originally wanted a large dog to provide protection at night when her husband was working the 3rd shift. Needless to say when someone approaches the house and hears the barking they will think twice before breaking in. I am thankful my daughter felt safer having these three wolf dog hybrids as protection and has never had any problem with their behavior.

Thor has developed hip problems and went through surgery to help alleviate his pain. He has had a bout with cancer too and is not so active anymore but he is still the boss of the group. Lokie has also developed problems with cancer and had several tumors removed. Thor is doing okay so far.

Because of behavior problems that wolf dog hybrids can have, some communities have tried to ban ownership of them. Unfortunately, many will end up in sanctuaries or are euthanized because of their risk to cause harm. If I had been around when my daughter got her three wolf dog hybrids I would definitely have cautioned against her getting them. But she was a responsible owner and spent the needed time socializing and training her dogs to be good companions. To many people ignore their pets and mistreat them and never properly socialize them. Some only want a large dog to show they are "Macho" and others find enjoyment in fighting their dogs. People who fight dogs are only using them as a way to make money. The Pit Bull is a good example of how people go wrong with owning a dog. Pit Bulls make very good pets without put into the wrong hands.

I hope the popularity of owning breeds such as the wolf dog hybrid will soon be a thing of the past and no more cross breeding of dogs and wolves will take place. If there is no demand and then no money in breeding these type of dogs the breeders will stop promoting them. The wolf belongs in the wild and not crossbred to our family pet.

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Raising a Puppy? 4 Tips for Healthy, Happy Dogs

In addition to being amazing additions to the family, dogs are also a lot of work. They need everything from leash training, to healthy diets, to daily walks. For example, did you know that many dogs kept as pets suffer from malnutrition and obesity? Also, behavior problems like aggression, barking, and chewing on or tearing up furniture are related to not getting enough exercise.

These problems go on to affect your pet’s quality of life, their behavior, energy levels, and even longevity. If you want to ensure that your new family member is as healthy and happy as possible, you’ll have to take extra steps to care for your dog.

Building good habits, socializing your dog, and being mindful about his or her diet will help you care for a healthy dog who is comfortable well into old age. We’ve compiled 4 keys to raising a puppy that all dog owners should be mindful of.

4 necessities for raising a puppy

Make Regular Visits to the Vet

No matter what breed or age your dog is, regular vet checkups can be life-saving. You probably already know that your dog has to go regularly, but how often depends on their age, medical history, and size.

Here’s a general schedule based on age:

0-4 Months – Every 3 Weeks. Your puppy will get important vaccines for rabies, distemper, and parvo, alongside prevention for Lyme disease, kennel cough, and other health problems.

4-12 Months – Every 2-3 months. Here, your vet will ensure that your puppy is growing well and shows no signs of health problems. If it’s recommended for your area, your vet will start a heartworm and flea prevention schedule, and your puppy will likely be spayed or neutered.

1-7 Years – At 1 year, most dog breeds are considered adult. If you have a large dog breed, you may have to wait 6-12 months longer to reach this stage. Your dog should go to the vet for a yearly checkup, even when not sick. They should get distemper-parvo and rabies booster shots during the first yearly checkup, and then every 1-3 years depending on your local laws. Your vet will also recommend changes to diet, additional checkups, and a heartworm and deworming schedule based on your dog and your area.

7+ Years – After 7 years, most dogs are seniors and will need extra care. You should take your dog to the vet at least twice yearly, and be extra conscious of any changes in behavior that may indicate health problems, such as a change in water consumption.

Prevention is better than a cure for both dogs and humans. Don’t wait until your dog is sick to invest in preventive measures like vaccinations and deworming.

Tip: Ask your vet about natural treatments to prevent allergies and kennel cough while at the vet, and talk about nutritious treats and snacks to keep them healthy.

Invest in Behavioral Training

When you think of your dog’s health, it’s common to jump immediately to physical health. However, mental health is equally as important for your dog. A study from Animal Cognition showed that dogs can smell humans’ emotions, and when exposed to sweat produced from a fearful human, dogs showed more signs of distress and sought out more comfort from their owners. Alternatively, when exposed to odor samples from happy humans, dogs were more willing to interact with strangers and were generally friendlier.

Training plays a large part in keeping your dog safe and social. A well-trained dog is typically more engaged and less bored with his or her surroundings. Training allows your dog to learn how to react in different situations and helps them stay calm and friendly despite any triggers such as a fearful human nearby.

A well-trained dog is also generally safer since you can tell him or her to sit instead of crossing the road, teach your dog not to go in dangerous areas, and build up good habits (like walking) that will benefit your dog’s health for years to come.

Promote a Healthy Diet

Obesity and nutrient deficiency are among the most common health problems for domesticated dogs. These issues affect your dog’s quality of life and longevity, but it’s an easy fix. Combine quality food with portion control and the occasional snack, and you’ll have a healthy dog.

Don’t assume that cheap dog food provides the nutrition your dog needs. Most store-brand dog foods are primarily made up of flour and water with added nutrients and flavor. These can eventually lead to malnutrition, tooth decay, gastrointestinal problems, and obesity.

You don’t have to choose all-organic or raw-meat based diets, as there isn’t enough evidence to show that these are beneficial to your dog. Instead, you should invest in high-quality dog food with a high percentage of meat. For example, you can feed your dog a high-quality canned food supplemented by quality kibble, and have a healthy dog. Avoid human food, as many of the seasonings used aren’t good for your dogs.

Don’t leave food out all day. Puppies should be fed 3-4 times per day, but adult dogs only have to be fed twice per day. If you leave food out too long, some dogs tend to overeat, which will eventually lead to weight gain and obesity.

Tip: Be mindful about the snacks you give your dog. Most dog treats are about as healthy as human candy. Instead, opt for nutritious alternatives that your dogs will love just as much. For example, dogs 6 months and older can have raw honey for dogs, and not only do they love it, it’s great for their overall health, digestion, and allergies.

Finally, clean water is an important part of a healthy diet. Clean your dog’s water dish and replace his or her water daily, ensuring it’s always full. To prevent bacteria and tooth decay, set your dog’s water away from his or her food bowl.

Exercise (A Lot)

Dogs need a lot of exercise. No matter what the age or breed, your dog has a lot of energy. Most dogs, even small breeds, can benefit from approximately two hours of walking every day.

While it is crucial to pay attention to your environment (for example, no dog will benefit from being forced to run in the middle of the day in very hot weather), dogs need exercise. If you can plan four 30-minute walks each day, you are giving your dog the best chance of being healthy, happy, and well-adjusted to living inside a home.

Owning a dog is a lot of work, but after you and your dog build up good habits, it’ll be much easier to live healthily for both of you. By taking small steps to keep your dog healthy, you will ensure that your new best friend lives as long and as well as possible.