Sorry for keeping you waiting but it has taken a lot of time to process and accept the decision we made of letting Jaxon go.🕊 This problem Jaxon had is very difficult to put into words, and my sentences will not be fair. I'll try to explain as well as possible and I know some of you will understand and some of you will obviously not understand our decision.
In retrospect we have been able to go back and see that Jaxon has been a stressed dog since he was a puppy. When he was 1 year, he had his first outgoing behavior. He did this by biting. We think the reason was that he was crowded or was stressed, most likely a combination of this.
This behavior escalated and he developed a behavior I didn't like!
I start to quickly look for skilled people in this area and we found a dog psychologist who helped us with jaxon's behavior for almost a year.
this girl I quickly became close friends with and is today one of the closest and most honest people in my life.
we trained together every week and Jaxon loved it! When training he was with me and a person who understood his problem, who let him take contact if he wanted it.
In January of this year, I decided to remove jaxon's greatest fear, which was people. No one was allowed to pet him except me and "humdad". and as long as no one touched him or contacted him, it worked.
but in the long run this becomes unsustainable which I knew, but he was my baby and I wanted to do everything for him.
He loved people and didn't feel good being isolated either. He was also very unpredictable for everyone that couldn’t read him, but also for me at the end..
And then this one day come when his stress level became to big, and it hurt like hell to see him like that!
The biggest problem Jaxon had was his stress level, he had a very hard time relaxing and there was something in his head that we couldn't access. He was very unsecure of himself and his surrondings, and had been since the very beginning and this was nothing we could have done different, it was something he was born with and embedded in his genes.
I appreciate everyone that has followed and loved Jaxon’s journey! He will always be my heart dog.❤️
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Stan and Logan having their milk thistle from @nhvnaturalpet ... what a complete difference in dogs 🙈🤣are you guys like Stan ( first up ) or Logan when it comes to taking your medicine ? 🤔 #holistichealing#holisticvet
patience is when
you’re supposed to be mad,
but you choose to understand .
↠ this weekend has definitely been an interesting one to say the least; for once I’m looking forward to Monday & I’m glad this weekend is over 😂
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“You should not have any special fondness for a particular weapon, or anything else, for that matter.” -Musashi
Over the years I have taken pieces from a lot of different “styles” and tried to find a balance between what works for me and the best way to do a thing. I try my best to not be rigid in my training but am always looking for a better way. The way.
What I have found when it comes to a knife is to envision the strikes when practicing. What looks like me messing around is really me reacting to an imaginary opponent in my mind. Every cut is intentional because of my imaginary enemy’s actions.
Knives are a very personal weapon, and they move differently than the others.
Can’t believe I get to go home and hug my favorite pup in the world in less than two weeks ... after almost a year apart. 🌸✨ like just look at that face 😍❤️. Ready to leave LA behind for a few days and sleep in my childhood room. 🌸