“Knowing your Pup’s Energetic Personality Imprint is a wonderful way to understand the most joyful way in which you can live, love and play together.” Dr. Debra

Caring Compassionate Personality

Dogs with a Caring Compassionate personality are confident and deep.

Your Caring Compassionate dog is gentle and loving. They have depth and are complicated, yet naturally confident when they feel loved and cared for.

Gentle:

Your Caring Compassionate dog has a great big heart and is sensitive and tender. They have a quiet and calm energy that makes them very appealing, and a healing energy that naturally nourishes others. They become very attached to their family and their toys. They are very loving. It’s easy to hurt these little ones with harsh words or severe treatment. Take care to tread carefully around them and you will win their undying love and affection.

Depth:

Your Caring Compassionate dog is deep and complicated. They can sometimes be perplexing and always require a light and gentle touch, with a quiet and calm voice.  Your Caring Compassionate dog requires a loving, stable and caring environment where they feel fully accepted and an integral part of the family. They have a beautiful way of seeking you out when you are feeling sad and cuddling up to help you feel better.

Confident:

Despite their gentleness and complexity, your Caring Compassionate dog is naturally confident. They are big-hearted and their only intention is to love you unconditionally.


 Wellness and your Caring Compassionate dog:

 There are secrets to your dog’s body that are unique to them as a Caring Compassionate.

Metaphysical umbilicus:

This is a place on their body that connects them directly with their inner wisdom. The metaphysical umbilicus for your Caring Compassionate is their heart. You can help your dog connect to their inner wisdom if you gently massage or stroke the middle of their chest on their breastbone. This will help them feel confident and deep. 

 Health sensitivity:

Each of the Energetic Personalities has a health sensitivity. This is not to say that your dog will experience ill-health in this area, but rather that it is a possible predisposition and something to keep an eye on. If symptoms show up, speak with your pet health-care provider. 

For your Caring Compassionate, their health sensitivity is their cardiovascular system.

De-stressor:

Calming rejuvenation for your Caring Compassionate is love, love and more love. Whenever they are having a meltdown, they can be calmed by the simple act of physical connection. A hug around the neck for bigger dogs or picking them up for a cuddle for smaller ones.

Five senses:

Of the five senses, the most powerful one for your Caring Compassionate is taste.

Taste:

They have a sensitivity to the taste and texture of anything that goes in their mouth. They have distinct personal taste and texture preferences. This sense of taste is acute when they are young and deteriorates with age. They are probably picky eaters, don’t force the same food onto them every day. Pay attention to and encourage their flavour choices.


Matching vibration:

There are certain physical items that have the same energy as your Caring Compassionate dog. Things that vibrate at their wavelength, provide a wonderful, positive addition throughout their life.

Colour:

One of your Caring Compassionates favourite colours is black. Black creates a feeling of being fearless and protected. Black helps your Caring Compassionate feel powerful and independent. Black can be introduced in bedding and accessories.

Gemstone:  

The gemstone for your Caring Compassionate is Onyx. This gemstone increases personal power, builds vitality and assists with inner strength. Gemstones may be placed on their body (e.g. hanging from their collar) or near their bedding.


Training and your Caring Compassionate:

Knowing your dog’s Energetic Personality Imprint contributes to understanding your dog at a deep level and helps you to become the best dog caregiver you can be; a caregiver who provides a happy, loving and nurturing environment. Understanding their learning style helps make training a positive experience for both you and your dog.

Learning style: kinesthetic and experiential

Your Caring Compassionate dog will learn anything you want them to, if they feel loved when you are training them. They learn by doing, by practicing, by failing and then succeeding. A loving situation speeds up their learning process. Their nature makes them hyper-sensitive to how you are feeling and negative emotion or words from you will block their learning process.


 It’s a Caring Compassionate dog’s life!

Motivation:

Add to the quality of your pet’s life with healthy treats and rewards. Here are the clues to their fundamental motivation:

Caring Compassionates exist to please. They love to love and are likely to have hurt feelings if you are interacting with them in a negative way.

Cherishing:

All pets love to be touched and comforted. Here is the best way to fulfil that need for your cherished dog:

Caring Compassionates love frequent soft touching, stroking and caressing, which can be initiated by you or by them. They need a physical connection and closeness with you.

Connecting:

Spending quality time with your dog is essential and can be as much fun for you as for them:

Caring Compassionates love any time with you near them or touching them. This is perfect connecting time for Caring Compassionate dogs. They simply love to be with you. They also love water and a small kids pool would probably be at the top of their wishlist.

Rest:

Pets need rest, relaxation and sleep and here is the best way to provide that support and care:

Caring Compassionates need to be tucked up with you or another animal to get their best rest. They don’t do well alone.

Feeding:

While natural whole foods are best for most pets, here are some other suggestions for mealtimes:

Caring Compassionates have a highly developed sense of taste and enjoy lots of variety. Treats are an easy way to introduce flavour variety.

Routine:

As a general rule, dogs love routine because it lets them know what to expect and what to look forward to. Within a consistent time to eat and exercise, here are some further suggestions:

Caring Compassionates are content when they are with their loved ones, so will fit in with any routine as long as they are not alone.

Behaviour:

Our dogs generally reflect back to us what is going on in our lives, and if there is unhappiness:

Caring Compassionates will feel your unhappiness deeply themselves and they will try to comfort you.



“The greatness of a person can be judged by the way they treat their animals.” Dr. Debra

Knowing your dog’s Pup Energetic Personality Imprint makes it possible for a joyful interaction for the animal and for you, the caregiver. Your pup’s life is made as happy as can be and in return they are able to make your life and the lives of all they live with, happy too. Dogs contribute to life in so many ways and the Pup Energetic Personality Imprint helps you provide for the unspoken emotional and physical needs of your dog.

PePi is the pet division of SolePath. Need help? Email Dr. Debra: drdebra@SolePath.org 

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