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YOUR DOG'S NOSE CHAKRA

May 27, 2017

healthy dog nose chakra

YOUR DOG'S NOSE CHAKRA CENTER OF INFORMATION GATHERING

  • Color: Aqua
  • Crystal: Prehnite
  • Energy: Assimilation of information center, enhances inner knowledge

On open, healthy Nose Chakra allows your dog to receive the information via their olfactory glands. This allows them to bring smells into their 125,000,000–300,000,000 scent glands and process identifying scents and more. A closed or under-active Nose Chakra, which may present as a dry, crusty, cracked nose, will cause stress and frustration to your dog due to their not being able to access their #1 method of info gathering. 

This is one of the reasons we feel it is so important for your dog to have a moist, healthy nose. If your dog's nose is dry and cracked, the Nose Chakra will be off balance and your dog will be stressed. The inability to gather appropriate information leads to an underachieve Nose Chakra and a frustrated, unhappy, stressed dog.

YOUR DOG’S NOSE CHAKRA INFORMATION CENTER

DOG WITH BALANCED NOSE CHAKRA

  • Easily receives info via smelling
  • Confident they have all info
  • Overall Balanced

DOG WITH UNDERACTIVE NOSE CHAKRA

  • Stressed
  • Anxious
  • Frustrated

DOG WITH OVERACTIVE NOSE CHAKRA

  • Always has nose to ground
  • Obsessed with sniffing
  • Sniffs inappropriately

DOG NOSE CHAKRA





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