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Introducing Young Animals

There are special challenges when introducing a puppy, kitten, or any young animal into an existing animal family. Every circumstance is unique and requires individualized solutions, and there are two recent client consultations which we can use as general examples.

A cat family is ready for a new kitty companion. The existing cats have […]

Moving With Your Pets

Let’s get right to the fact of it: moving from one home to another is stressful, exciting, and a lot of hard work. Moving is pretty challenging for humans too!

April 24th, 2015 | Tags: , , , , | Category: Health & Well Being for Pets | One comment

Flower Essences tele-class ~ Adminstering to Pets

If you are an animal guardian and have wondered

what flower essences are the benefits of usage topics for usage individual essences blended essences how to safely use flower essences for our companion animals

then this 45-minute informational tele-class may be for you. We will discuss the benefits and how to safely use flower essences […]

In Case of Emergency: Prepare for Evacuation

No matter where we live it seems like some sort of natural emergency is possible, and often there is only a very short window of warning for those directly in the path. During the seasons of the natural emergency your region is generally exposed to, it is a good idea to have an emergency evacuation […]

Preparing for a Family Move With Our Pets

Are you planning to move to a new home in the next few months? There is so much planning and activity associated with moving homes and sometimes our animals have a hard time with the changes that are taking place. Animal communication can help ease any worry or anxiety that your pet’s may have.

There […]

Understanding Undesirable Behaviors

All of us with animals in our lives occasionally witness behaviors which we hope never to see exhibited again. A deliberate indoor urination accident, digging up the freshly planted flower garden, and cribbing are often a means of acting out from frustration, anger, disappointment, boredom, or are a means of testing just exactly how […]

Vacation Preparation for our Pets

During this season of family vacations, following is a reminder partially taken from a post last summer on how to prepare our pets for our time away:

Generally speaking, a vacation is an exciting time for humans. This is not always the case for the animals of the family, however. For some pets, their human […]

Thunder Fear in Dogs

Thunder and lightning season is upon us. Our dogs are probably acutely aware of that fact already! A portion of my animal communication work in the spring and summer months relates to dogs with thunder fear or anxiety. My own dog, now passed, had thunder anxiety so I know first hand that it is not […]