Animals as well as people can exhibit an intolerance to the brandy preservative in the flower essence Stock Concentrate bottle, as expressed in Ellen’s letter. Here’s what to do. . . Continue reading
Question: Who can benefit from flower essences? Answer: all living things. Hence today’s post about flower essences for poultry, scientifically called Galloanserae. And here’s what you can do the next time you’re attacked by a rooster!
Trained to save countless lives overseas, our canine companions are proving themselves worthy of the best possible pet care. Read on. . . Continue reading
What to do when a beloved pet exhibits unwanted behaviors that are distressing for him and for the entire family? Consider flower essences, and read on. . . Continue reading
Pear Essence is an excellent "first essence" for your pet, as often as 80% of the time. Here's how it helped an older bunny. . . Continue reading
Not all flower essence consultations go as we hope they will, even with the purest of intentions on our part as practitioners. Here is one such case that I hope has a happy ending.
Eleanor is a longtime customer of Spirit-in-Nature Essences and uses them on occasion for problems with her cats. Continue reading
Flower Essences for reptiles? Sure, why not! Here’s a flower essence program for 2 lizards who haven’t been getting along with each other. Continue reading
I recently conducted a consultation for Lynne, a holistic practitioner, whose cat Sally has been expressing litter box problems for several years. Sally urinates on the floor, which is a sign of anxiety and stress, as opposed to near doorways and windows, that indicates marking behavior to keep intruders out of the house. As is typically the case, this can happen in multi-pet households, especially with more than one cat. After one week, Lynne is seeing a change in Sam’s behavior as the alpha cat, but not yet in Sally’s. Continue reading
This week, we received a letter from a woman whose 18-year-old cat is having difficulty adjusting to the loss of her other cat. Below is her letter, followed by my response. Continue reading
One of my cat clients, whom we’ll call Fluff, lives in a multi-cat home. His closest feline friend passed away two weeks ago, and he seemed to be hit the hardest with a sense of loss of all the cats. The first few days, Fluff did fine.
Then it was as though he understood that lifelong buddy, who had been ill and withdrawn for some time, wasn’t coming back. Continue reading