An animal communication client asked: Any tips on how to help extra furry dogs stay cool in this heat?? That’s a great question! Living with pugs most of my adult life, I do have some tricks up my sleeve. While a pug is not ”extra furry” like a Husky or Australian Shepard, they do have delicate respiratory systems which [...]
An animal communication client of mine has been studying up on animal body language as they get to know their new puppy. They wonder about a dog’s body language and how it relates to their feelings from an animal communication point of view. I’m so glad they asked! I’ve never thought about this before, and I’ve taken some time ponder.
Animal communication is, in its simplest form, validation for both you and for your pets. External validation helps us know we are on track and making a difference in our world and for those around us. It serves the same purpose for our pets.
The dictionary definition lists:
Validation - to make somebody feel valued as a [...]
Occasionally I work with clients who express concern or nervousness about telling their veterinarian that the information they are providing regarding their pet’s symptoms is coming directly from their animal via an animal communicator. That’s fair. While the benefits of working with an animal communicator are becoming more and more accepted and acknowledged, I know there are [...]
One of the most frequently asked questions I receive from new clients is: how can you work with my animal over the phone? [...]
There are several articles in the current issue of Animal Wellness magazine which I found particularly helpful. Aging gracefully; eating inappropriate objects; interviewing a new holistic vet; anti-social behavior in dogs; and an update on the “Happy Bill”. [...]
Help your pets have a happy and healthy holiday season. Be cautious with dangerous foods, stress, and toxic seasonal plants. [...]