Excerpt from the Dying Process with Mary Walby
What is horse hospice and the natural dying process? what are stages of dying and how we feel about suffering…a profound and enlightening conversation with Mary Walby. Join Soul Herd to see all three parts.
The Dying Process with Mary Walby
Mary Walby is my guest in discussing the main points of hospice for horses touching on the dying process, our fear of suffering, when and how a horse might die.
Going deeper into the subject of suffering, the human perspective, euthanasia and the nature of pain.
Focusing more into the dying process, transitioning into soul and the spiritual aspects. The subject of responsibility.
About Mary Walby
Mary Walby has rehabbed senior horses for over fifteen years and offers online classes in horse hospice and pain management.
My first horse was a 26 year-old retired gelding who was in chronic pain and cribbed every moment of every day. No one knew what to do with him. When I looked at him I saw a horse coping as best he could with the environment he was in. His needs were changing as he was aging, and he was no longer a fit with the environment. My thought was if I changed the environment and how he was managed, then his behavior and condition would change.
Eager to try my experiment, I took him into my care, which began a straight up learning curve about everything horses. Why not cure cribbing? Why not be rid of chronic pain? Why can’t a senior horse be active and full of life right up until the day they die?
God’s Window Senior Horse Rehab is the compilation of everything I have learned to date from this horse, and others on how to bring about a fully alive senior horse. The results are amazing… read moreMary Walby
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