The weather in New England is always unpredictable, but there are some things we know for certain. It will get cold and our hours of daylight shrink significantly.
Winter is the Yin Season
In Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine, the yin is the energy of cold, dark, quiet. This matches the winter season where the light is shortest, the temperatures are lower and, for the most part, our activities are driven inside our homes. For our pets, the yin season can be a time of great fun, or a challenging time of illness or pain, depending on their underlying energetic pattern