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”. [...]
Guest Blogger, Christi Campbell, shares her professional perspective and answers a question I receive frequently: “Should I find someone to help me train my dog?”
Why Train My Dog?
Many people live, if not happily, at least in equilibrium with their dogs without any formal training. Indeed, the words “dog training” can bring to [...]
Part One of ”Flower Essences for Emotional Healing” discussed the properties and benefits of flower essence remedies, which can offer valuable support for our beloved animals in times of emotional stress. Whether one chooses individual essences, pre-mixed or a custom-blend, the results are often obvious and quick.
This post will discuss common indicators for the consideration of [...]
As an animal communicator I work with animals for a broad variety of reasons. Some are straight-forward, others are quite complex. Some animals with which I work exhibit obvious emotional distress; others express some subtle, underlying emotional sensitivities. It is not uncommon for emotional sensitivities or distress to have a direct correlation to behavioral issues, and if left unchecked, could develop [...]