nutrition,  horses,  alternative therapies

Why a blog? What is my critter journal about?

So often my clients ask what wellness programs I follow for my animals. I thought that it might be interesting to introduce some of the animals that share my life, and write about the nutrition, alternative therapies, housing, equipment and training involved with keeping all of them healthy and happy.
I live with dogs, cats, horses, goats, chickens, turtles, fish and a hamster. I also travel throughout Pennsylvania, Maryland, Virginia and West Virginia working with animals and their people. You can visit my business at for more information about my work. However, this journal is all about the health program we follow at home, and the process of customizing a program for each of the animals here.
My family and animals all follow a very holistic program for rehabilitation, health maintenance and performance enhancement. I use several product lines for nutrition. We all use homeopathy, flower essences, energy work, radionics, bio energy balancing, defense physiology, Reiki, TTouch, muscle testing, reflex points, surrogate testing and applied kinesiology. I have explored many different training methods and therapies and evaluated lots of equipment in our search for wellness and happiness. I consider the animals my teachers and partners on this journey.

The goats are the most recent addition to our family and a species I haven’t worked with before, so I’ve been on a quest for the best health program for goats. Mimosa (picture above) and Guy are Tennessee Fainting Goats, and yes, when startled, they do indeed tip over! Mimosa is pregnant and will be kidding (giving birth) any day now. Hopefully she will have doelings (girl babies) to stay here and start building our goat herd.
So, welcome to my (our) blog, and stay tuned for more photos and the goat health saga…

Copyright ©2016 Carrie Eastman.

These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration or American Veterinary Medical Association, and are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. Always consult your veterinarian about any changes to your animal’s health program.


  • T

    Dear Carrie-
    I just love your blog! It’s great to see you and the critters, learn how you are caring for them, and get to know you better than just on the telephone!Looking forward to more!
    Terri Taylor

  • Beth

    I was sorry to hear my former equine buddy Ben got himself into trouble….AGAIN…and got himself hurt…also AGAIN! I know you’ll take good care of him and he’ll be back to normal before long.

    I hope to hear you have goat kids very soon! I look forward to many more informative, and, at times, entertaining, posts from you, especially because I’ve known you since we were both 9, and without going into too many revealing comments about our current ages, let’s just say, that’s a long time!

    Hope to make it up there one day with the kids to meet all of your current critters, and one of my former ones!

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