We believe in the heart centered medicine that animals offer that is so deeply therapeutic.
Meet our in office wellness companions, Rosie and Chloe!
𝐓𝐮𝐥𝐬𝐢 𝐑𝐨𝐬𝐞 is a sweet little soul, affectionately called “Rosie” who was welcomed into the wellness pack in November of 2019 after being rescued by an amazing local organization. Rosie will be celebrating her approximate (2nd) birthday on Valentine’s day. She is named after two healing botanicals with deep meaning and beauty. It was love at first sight when we looked at her tiny face with big ears and heard her ghost like noises. Rosie’s DNA test results show that she is Schipperke, Chihuahua, Hound (she has the stealth speed + angel disposition of Bella the Italian greyhound), and small amounts of Poodle and Rat Terrier. Rosie LOVES to eat, chew on bones, chase squeaky toys, and have doggie play dates. She may take a few minutes to sniff you and cautiously warm up, but will be snuggling and giving you copious kisses in no time at all. She also is obsessed with her big sister Chloe!
Chloe Jane is Prima’s veteran therapy pooch and corgi-chihuahua mix (a.k.a. the “corhuahua”). She is also a rescue dog who is approximately 10-11 years old and her plant spirit is sunlit Calendula. Chloe was found in an abandoned apartment in Hartford, CT when she was just a little one and had endured multiple traumas. With love and nurturing this sweet girl has come into her own personality and nothing makes her happier than to come to work for the day and give love to “her” clients. She is a tiny couch potato and Velcro dog who is gentle and loving with all humans and intuitively knows when our clients need extra TLC. Chloe’s is known as being the softest canine ever cuddled with her velvet fur and enjoys trotting around local shops, going for weekend drives, and taking hikes in the woods.
Always Remembered: Past Prima Pack Members
Bella was our beautiful Italian Greyhound (100% vata dosha….the canine version!)? She loved to run in circles around the house, had a particular affinity for espresso and chocolate (even though strictly forbidden) and was a mini scavenger on the look out for treats and toys.? She was the most special? snuggler and gentle soul who would gaze into your eyes and give you the look of love (even though she was 100% blind for most of her adult life).? She loved kayaking and boating and the water was soothing to her sweet soul. Bella was rescued when she was just 6 months old by Jessica and was her faithful companion for over a decade with a fierce spirit that will forever be remembered.? She entered the rainbow bridge in November of 2019.
Frankie the Kapha Lover will always be a big part of our heart!!! He loves spending time in nature (and in particular is a water and snow dog!) He reveled in giving plentiful kisses to all that crossed his path (especially children, who adore him to pieces). He is a true earth lover and even prefers to munch on trees (ie. newspaper, books, toilet paper) over his bones and treats. Even in his advanced senior years, he loved to run, jump, and hike! Although his crystal blue eyes gave him a wolf like appearance, he was a giant ball of love and doggie bliss.
Rest In Peace, Fur Angel Mason