Through the concept of iridology (finding health and character information by studying the eyes), you can get an inside scoop of what your dog is going through and what is happening physiologically that contributes to his behaviors.
Once you have a better understanding of your dog’s inner nature, his weaknesses and his personality, you’ll be able to determine the root of the problem and provide him with the proper care needed to help him overcome any health problems or personality disorders. It will then be easier for you to customize caring and training that best supports your dog’s individual needs.
Overly Emotional Dogs
For emotional body dogs, a healthy, well-balanced meal that includes detoxification, as well as extra support for the digestive system is essential. This is acquired by adding liquid chlorophyll, pure aloe vera juice, and digestive enzymes to the diet.
When training these dogs, special considerations should be taken for their condition. Normal dog training may not work, because of the difficulty for them to process both external and internal stimuli due to the high awareness of the energies all around him.
Nervous, Sensitive Dogs
For nervous, sensitive dogs, diet should be an utmost consideration. Low quality processed foods drain the nervous system since these foods do not contain the necessary nutrients to provide optimum health and wellness. Dogs in general, but particularly those with this constitution, should have a diet that contains the right amount of nutrients without any additives or preservatives.
Training is crucial for these dogs. They should be given a job to do in order for them to feel secure. Clear guidelines and firm discipline are required or these dogs will establish dominance. It is important for these canines to learn, early on in life, that you are the leader and they are the follower. Once you have established leadership, however, these dogs respond very well to positive training.
Immune Reactive Dogs
For immune reactive dogs, a healthy diet is especially important to support and nourish their nervous system. Poor diet runs down the nervous system and creates the feeling of being unsafe and in danger. This unsafe feeling is a big factor in these dogs’ mental and physical state of being.
Training will be difficult until you control the over-stimulation, both internal and external, that is continually occurring.