Just as we have energy centers throughout our body, so do our dogs. While the main energy centers, the seven chakras you’re probably familiar with, dogs have an additional four main energy centers.
Like you would expect their nose is one, ears are another, their paws and of course, their tails. Dogs rely on their senses of smell and hearing much more than we do. These senses are also more developed in our dogs. Plus, their paws create a connection with earth, for a more profound connection . And their wagging tail is one of their main methods of communication.
What about dogs with no tails? Or tails that were docked? As you might think, the lack of a tail puts those dogs at a communication disadvantage. My French Bulldogs never seem able to hit it off with other breeds. When they bounce toward other dogs, snorting and wild eyed, other dogs just look at them and turn to get the heck away!
Enjoy this overview of your dog’s energy centers and how they affect their lives. The next video will discuss how to balance your dog’s chakras yourself!