The “Do Animals Go To Heaven?” Replay Has Ended But You’re Not Out of Luck

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The “Do Animals Go To Heaven: An Intuitive Look at Animals and the Other Side” webinar has already taken place, and the replay is over, but we’ve heard you! You all asked for more time, more teaching, and more readings so Danielle has created an in-depth follow up webinar – called, “Animals and the Other Side.” Click below to check out this upcoming two-call webinar and to learn more about we’ll all be doing with it!

 Click below to check out Danielle’s upcoming 2-part webinar series, “Animals and the Other Side” coming this May:

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Here’s a little bit about the two-part webinar series:

Do you have a beloved pet on the Other Side? Have you been wondering what your pet experiences over there? What he is capable of? Are you having a difficult time feeling at peace with your pet’s passing? As an animal communicator, Danielle MacKinnon frequently works with animals and the Other Side. Through her private sessions with grieving pet owners, she’s had the opportunity to learn about the Other Side from the perspective of the animals residing there. In this two-part series, she’ll let you in on a few of the little-known secrets about “the other side” according to what the animals have told her. From – “what does it look like?” to “can she hear me when I talk to her?” this series will offer each participant an opportunity for potential release and relief from the extreme grief that comes with the passing of a beloved animal. In this series you… [Click below to keep reading]

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    • admin
      admin says:

      Sorry – not through Facetime! But if you can’t listen live because it’s not on Facetime, you should still sign up. The recording will be made available to all who sign up. <3

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  1. robyn levalley
    robyn levalley says:

    hi,im robyn.jan 26th my 13 1/2 yr old boxer Elijah bleu passed unexpectedly.im trying to understand what happened and also would like to know hopefully if I will be able to see him again when its “my time.” I miss him terribly. he was my sidekick, my confidante, my therapist and truly my best friend! maybe, possibly you could try to contact him for me during your webinar? it would be wonderful if u could!!!! thanx so much for offering this!!!! the timing is right on!!!! robyn levalley

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  2. Kevin
    Kevin says:

    I paid two different “animal psychics” after doing some research and reviewing. Neither one of them came through with any worthwhile information to me or my wife. I really just wanted some information that would without a doubt convince me that they are still connected to us. (I’ve had 4 dogs pass as an adult and 1 when I was a kid – teenager) I believe this to be true but wanted proof. (maybe I don’t fully believe then…hah!)

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    • admin
      admin says:

      Perhaps listening to the call will help you then. This call is not intended to “prove” anything to anyone though – it’s more to let people know what I’ve learned through my work. It will then be up to you to decide how you feel about it. <3

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  3. Samantha Williams
    Samantha Williams says:

    Hello, please help heal my aching heart. my Sasha died yesterday. she was 16, and the love of my life, and died abruptly. my soul is in tremendous pain, and I pray for healing and understanding to find a way to connect with her soul on the otherside. Please bless me with your guidance and help to reach out to her, She was the best gift I could have ever asked for, and now she’s gone..thank you in advance. God Bless, Samantha

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    • admin
      admin says:

      Hi Samantha, I’m so sorry for your difficult time. Perhaps listening in to the webinar will help. I know it will feel good to be in the company of so many people who are truly compassionate and understanding of what you’re going through. You could also always book a private session with me as well where we connect in with Sasha – but, you have plenty of time to do that in the future. For now, let’s connect through the webinar and through the wonderful group of people coming together to share in this moment and to assist each other. Sending you lots of love and light… Danielle

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  4. debbie
    debbie says:

    My heart is breaking for Samantha who just lost Sasha. I had to get my vet to help my beautiful girl, Reiki (cat) to heaven in late January. We’d had 13 amazing years together. She was my life and I didn’t know how I was going to carry on. I relied heavily on the support of my mum and sister (who knew how this was going to affect me) and I allowed my grief and shared how I was really feeling. In the beginning it felt like the gaping hole in my heart would never close over. I was functioning like a zombie. A couple of weeks later, I had my first day of no tears. I’m still going through it and there are still lots of tears. It gets easier, but however long it takes to get to that place is perfectly ok. You and Sasha are in my prayers.

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  5. Jasmine
    Jasmine says:

    Im so sorry Samantha for your loss. I know the pain your feeling very well. You feel lost….like your in a nightmare or like your waiting to pick her up from the groomers. I decided to seek professional help because the pain was unbearable but at the end of the day what has helped me the most is crying. Cry until you cant no more.

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  6. Kit
    Kit says:

    Danielle,
    I think you’ve said before that when an animal is injured and leaving it’s body, it may scream out in pain, but it could also be its way of pushing out of the body?? Could you explain this a bit more please.

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  7. Sheila Harmon
    Sheila Harmon says:

    My husband and I lost our beautiful black and white sheltie-collie, Max, on 21st January 2014 and I felt like my heart had been torn in two. He was “my boy”, my “black and white beauty”, “my baby” “my sweetheart”. We were like one, we went everywhere together, I loved him so much! We had such a strong love for each other and such a cast iron bond that I believe he communicated with me when he had enough and wanted to go to heaven because there is no way I could have taken him to the vet to be “released” as I would have been absolutely distraught but I did it and freaked out for weeks after that, having panic attacks, being physically sick and crying so much I couldn’t think that I had any more tears left in me! I miss him so so so much, it really hurts, the pain has been so deep that my whole body from my head to my feet were heavy with sadness and sorrow. I lost my soul dog. He came to me during a dream one night and he was a puppy playing with his ball on a string. I think that he wanted me to know that he was happy and that he was a puppy again instead of a 15-year old dog. I guess we should be lucky that he had myself and my husband doting on him every day and looking after his every needs, but I can’t see it like that at the moment as I’m filled with grief. I am currently having “healing” sessions hoping that the deep-rooted sorrow and sadness will lift and that I can eventually think of my darling Max and smile instead of cry. I will be looking at Danielle’s post on 26th March on her webinar day but as I live in England, I cannot phone so hopefully I can get some peace and comfort from her on that day. I’m glad you’re there Danielle, for everybody who has lost a much-loved and cherished pet.

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    • admin
      admin says:

      Sheila,
      I’m so sorry for your loss. I know how difficult and challenging and emotional this time is. I would encourage you to sign up for the webinar anyway as we’ll be posting the recording for all participants to listen to within a couple days. That way you can still take part (just not live).
      Sending your whole family love and light…
      Danielle

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      • raj
        raj says:

        Hi Danillie, my name is Raj, i live in the UK,last week i lost my baby staffie of just 7yrs of age, and im desperate to get in touch with him to see if his ok..and other things, how would i go about booking a private session with you.

        God bless

        Raj

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  8. Kathy Neill
    Kathy Neill says:

    My mommy (Kaiya) and baby (Sesi) Samoyeds got loose on Feb. 11th. After a massive search (search and rescue team, airplane, helecopters, my whole community and friends)on Feb. 15th they were pulled from a nearby small campground lake. Autopsy revealed no water in their lungs, so they did not drown. They were very recently deceased when place in the lake by a human. My vet said they died at the same time. These girls were the sweetest, most loving girls and trusted all people.
    My question: can you see what happened to them???

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  9. Yvonne
    Yvonne says:

    Hi Daniel
    Everyone should know how you helped me and I know from
    your help there is life after death and I was not going
    crazy I still see my love ones just for a split second
    and if you listen to Danielle you can learn she will teach
    you that you are never alone your love ones are always with
    you thank you Danielle you are a gift from GOD.

    Looking forward to are next session.
    Yvonne

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  10. Claire
    Claire says:

    Hi – I’d love to know whether animal souls reincarnate and if they do how we can find each other again. Also, I’d like to understand why the love of my life (Amber, the most beautiful tabby cat in the world, who passed some 16 months ago) doesn’t appear to “visit” me, or appear in my dreams or ever come through to give me a message at Spiritualist demonstrations. It’s like she doesn’t exist any more in any form and I’m so lost without her. It doesn’t make sense as we shared such a deep connection. Are there any reasons why an animal soul can’t come through or wouldn’t want to?

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  11. Sonya
    Sonya says:

    Dear Danielle
    I lost my beautiful baby on 11 March. I am so broken. We both came to Canada 10 years ago as an immigrants. My dog was 5 years old. He came with a passport and had to deal with the flight from East Europe. He had to share with me and my family all the difficulties of the new immigrants life. 5years ago my mom passed away here in Toronto with a visitors visa. I was taking care of her after brain stroke almost 10 years. My dog was nonstop beside her because they both had to stay alone at home in a foreign country. I had to work two jobs to survive. After my mom passed away I got through separation. My sensitive dog had to go all trough that also. Last one year we spent together and I did and was ready to do everything to make his life good. But I just couldn’t. I feel so guilty so lonely and totally broken after I lost my mom first and now my dog. My house my life are empty now. I just cant stop crying and crying. I hope they both will forgive me that I couldn’t give them everything I would like to. The day I lost my pet I read somewhere that the dogs have a contract with the Universe to serve us as a spiritual teachers for unconditional love. After all my bitter experience I truly believe that.

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  12. Irene
    Irene says:

    Hello, I would like to learn if my Sophie will be coming back as a reincarnated dog and how I will know that it is her for sure. What are the chances that I will be able to get these questions answered in your webinar tomorrow? Thank you.

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  13. Mel
    Mel says:

    My dogs look at things that I don’t see. They are definitely seEing entities or wayward spiRits. Can you confIrm and Would they react if it was something negative. Can they discern?

    Couldntfondplace

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  14. Lucille
    Lucille says:

    Blessings to you for sharing your gift and love.
    What are ways that we can feel and know when our animals
    visit us on earth after after they are in heaven?
    Do they hear me when I send them my love and say I would love to visit them and remember our visit? Cats: Mozart & Tigerlily Tomm, Jasper, Patches, Luigi and dog: Jade, Snoopy.

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  15. Dot
    Dot says:

    In 2013 I lost my two little 4 lb. yorkies to kidney disease. Lindsey,13,in March, & sister Lacey,15 in Oct. Both went blind in their last 2 years of life. Have had them since pups. They left holes in my heart that can’t seem to mend, even tho two weeks after Lacey died another dog needing a home was posted online right on Lindseys would have been birthday. Was this a sign that they are both ok, and ok to love again. Its hard to bond with my new 18 month old 10 lb terrier we call, Angel, will I be able to bond ? I still cry a lot for my little ones and just want to know if they are ok and happy & miss me.

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  16. Debi
    Debi says:

    Danielle, first – thank you so much for your time, love and commitment to all of us tonight at your live webinar.

    My heart is breaking with the growing reality that I must help my truly-beloved Brittany cross over soon. My heartbreak is constant as I help him with his every earthly need and try to give him JOY here in his last days.

    When the time comes, I am planning a “home passing” with a vet, yet have a couple of questions I so hope you can help with:

    (1) Can you share with us how animals feel about home passings? I feel it will be easier on him and I both, BUT … am I doing this for me? For him? For both of us? I’d like to think it is for us both. As difficult as I know the day will be, enduring the one-way trip to the cold atmosphere of the clinic — and his last moments on earth spent there instead of the comfort of our home, surrounded by his favorite things and me by his side, feels so much more loving.

    Thank you for sharing what you can about home-passings.

    (2) How long should the physical body be left alone & undisturbed to allow spirit to soar away?

    (3) Is there any “confusion” at the moment of passing over? Is there something special we can do to help prepare them for this moment? The thought breaks my heart. Please help…

    Btw, we have had two recent readings by a wonderful & talented west coast Animal Communicator who shares that Pokee is “content at this time & not quite ready to leave yet.” However, when his time comes, she has volunteered to be with him in spirit to assist him in crossing over.

    For anyone facing the pain of this day as I am, know that the anticipated spiritual presence of the AC is a comforting thought amidst my growing pain.

    Thank you soooo much for the comfort you bring us all, Danielle … and many blessings to my fellow broken hearts who have shared their stories.

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  17. mel
    mel says:

    cant find the place for ? for the webinar! do we post here?

    I want to know if dogs have karma? if a dog kills another dog or a cat or a chicken what happens when they leave the earth plane?

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  18. Marian
    Marian says:

    My beloved cat, Siobhian, passed in 2001 after 18 years together. I have another cat, Rosie, who is six. She acts very much like Siobhian and I wonder if she might be Siobhian reincarnated. Can this happen?

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  19. elena
    elena says:

    Hello Danielle, I haven’t listened to the recording yet, but I just read about Bella and so I wanted to send you and family a loving hug

    Just recently, I was thinking about going through the BAC, AAC and ACs I took part in, and can well remember Bella was there too, supporting and helping.. Thanks dear soul, and much love to you too <3

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  20. Beckster
    Beckster says:

    Reading down through these comments I can see how much people suffer here on Earth. The work you do is vital, Danielle, if only to reassure people that this is not all there is and we will see ALL of our loved ones again.
    This truly is The Planet of Sorrow.

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  21. Micki
    Micki says:

    I am so sorry about Bella but thank you for sharing. I lost my 14 year old chocolate lab March 15th. I found this webinar the next morning so I know Spencer wanted me to hear your healing words. My heart is sad but I know it was the right thing to do as he came back that very evening and told me “you did right…I am good”. I HAVE to believe it was him, letting me know he was ok. There was no one else around… Anyway, thanks for all the great insight. Bella will always be a part of you, just as Spencer will always be with me. 🙂

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  22. Nancy
    Nancy says:

    I see all of these people who have lost their beloved pets, and I still feel so alone. I got Tanner as a baby and, under a year later, I was diagnosed with cancer. I have wonderful people to support me – friends, family – but in the end, at night…. they had their own lives to attend to. I was alone. Or, I would have been. Any time I needed a hug, that corgi stayed with me and wouldn’t budge, no matter how hard I cried into his fur or clutched at him. If I needed cheering up, he ramped up his goofball nature. One of his favorite tricks was that if I got a little snippy, he would wander off, grab his favorite toy – a giant caterpillar – and bring it over to me. He would sit, squeaking it, until I took it. Were it not for that dog, who came into my life at just the right time, I would have been lost.

    Thursday morning, all was well when I left for work. When I got home, I noticed he was stiff. At 11:30, I was rushing him to the emergency vet because his back legs were failing. At 12:30 the next day, after coming in to see him in pain they could no longer control, with no ability with his rear legs, and those beautiful proud ears at half mast, I kept my promise to never let him be in pain.

    He wasn’t even four years old. I’ve had other beloved animals pass, but in some way, I was always prepared. There was always some warning. My d’Artagnan was healthy and young, bouncy, playful… his normal silly self one day… and then gone. He saved me from cancer, and I could not save him. My mother had ordered him a new bandana for our beach vacation, and it had just arrived Thursday. Now she’ll never get to hear him sing in the car. I am beyond crushed.

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    • admin
      admin says:

      Hi Kim – you don’t have to sign up and listen, just click on the play button on the player closer to the top of the page. Thanks!
      Danielle

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  23. Billie jo
    Billie jo says:

    I know in my heart that animals go to Heaven as that is where my little boy went on Oct 22,2014.He was a 17 year old Chaihuahua who was suffering from alot of different medical problems but refused to let go.I know that on the day I sent him home he gained his Angel wings, and is waiting for me now.

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  24. Xana
    Xana says:

    One month ago I lost a part of me…I lost Nero, my sweet 13 year old dog. He was diagnosed with cancer 3 weeks before. He was my companion, my friend, my refuge, my everything…My friends used to say that his face looked like mine!.. I miss him so much and my words can not express the pain I have in my heart. I deeply belive that he is in heaven and that he keeps looking after me and that we will get t
    ogether again one day. These beliefs give me strength to keep going. As I was desperately sad with his dead, I started looking on internet for animals communicators and that was as I found Danielle. I´m already thankful for what I learned just from reading and listening to some of Danielle´s videos. It relieved my soul. I would be so deeply grateful if I could know about him! As I live in Portugal, the distance makes it harder to have a private session. Maybe there is a chance of helping me at distance. I will be looking for the next webinar and maybe I can get some comfort from her on that day.
    God bless you

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  25. JENA
    JENA says:

    Yes I want to watch the webinar. How can i do that or even read the transcript of it! I recently lost my baby, she was alomost 11. Her name was BitBit, she want my pet she was my child!

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    • Danielle MacKinnon
      Danielle MacKinnon says:

      I’m sorry for your loss Jena. Unfortunately, the webinar has come and gone, but if you get on my newsletter you’ll be the first to see when I do the next one. Animals & the Other Side is a topic I often cover. I’d love to have you there some time in the future.

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