G.L.A. D. Technique of Mindfulness helps Humans and Dogs

Research suggests that mindfulness — the ability to live each moment as it unfolds and accept it without judgment — can help reduce stress and anxiety and enhance our overall health. One of the most significant psychological benefits of interacting with a dog is the opportunity to be guided into mindfulness by purposely focusing your attention on the present moment....[ read more ]

Stressful News and Mindful Smart Dogs

When we watch or read the news there seems to be a lot of conflicts, political divide, and uncertainty which really can add stress to our daily lives.  It would be great if the majority of our news was good news but that is not reality even in the best of times. So how can we anchor ourselves in mindfulness...[ read more ]

The Stars of Dog Mindfulness Program

Meet the stars of the Dog Mindfulness Program meet Gin, a rescue village dog from Korea,  Indy and Zion, both mixed-Native American Indian dogs,   lots not forget Keio, Chihuahua, still hanging on and my dog, Honey in spirit!  

Sitting in the Here and Now

An important concept of mindfulness is living in the here and now. Dogs very much live in the here and now. They may sit around but don't sit around and ruminate about the past. Instead, dogs tend to think about what is happening at this exact moment in time. The next time you sit next to your dog try to...[ read more ]

Living in the Moment With the Dog Mindfulness Program

If only we could be like dogs in living in the moment, not worrying about the future or obsessing about the past and just prancing around, living joyfully. We all worry too much, which robs us of joy that we could be experiencing in our daily lives. In practicing mindfulness, it is helpful to take cues from everyday life occurrences...[ read more ]

A Tribute To Doc’s Dog

We all worry too much, which robs us of joy that we could be experiencing in our daily lives. In practicing mindfulness, it is helpful to take cues from everyday life occurrences that can keep us on track when we stray away from mindful thought and let worry get the best of us. If you have a dog or have...[ read more ]




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