Life is what happens to you while you’re busy making other plans

21 Aug

Hello Fellow Animal Lovers!

I chose the quote, “Life is what happens to you while you’re busy making other plans.”, because it has been quite some time since I’ve last written.

Life did take me elsewhere for a while, but I am back now. I’ve been chatting with more animals lately, helping the relationships between them and their people.

I wrote my first published article about animal communication in The Mountain Democrat’s “Happy Healthy Pets” section. That was exciting for me as it lead to meeting more people who want to understand their fur kids.

It’s been a joyful, exciting experience for me to reconnect to my gift of animal communication and to share it with pet owners and their pets. The questions vary, as to what each person and pet needs. Sometimes the person just wants to check-in, to understand what their pet might be feeling or needing: are they happy, sad, excited, bored. And sometimes it’s for a specific issue: does my cat like being an indoor cat, why is my pet fighting with other pets in the household; why won’t my pet eat his food; what was my rescued pet’s past?

Many times, we start with basic questions, and then the conversation will lead to other areas the pet wants to address. Even the pet parent will have additional questions once we start communication. It’s always a surprise for me to see where a conversation will end up.

Whatever road we travel, it’s always interesting and insightful. I relay the messages I receive and from there I research and suggest other avenues to further assist, if needed. For example: If a pet is anxious, I suggest trying some of Bach Rescue Remedy, to be added to their water. (I am not a veterinarian, and you should always contact one first with any issues. I simply suggest things I have tried and what has worked for me and my animals.)

I’m excited to be back on this journey, sharing our animals messages. Join me by contacting me at:

530-676-4744

doglisten@gmail.com

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