My dog is psychic and it backfired on me

shutterstock_191596859Ugh. So, the other day I sent out an email called, “Why get off the couch never works” (which, if you missed it the first time around, you can read about here).

It was an email all about one of the best ways to communicate with animals – which is by taking advantage of the fact that they intuitively tap into the images in our heads all the time.

Well, let me just say that completely backfired on me on Sunday.

Kevin, Cole and I were leaving to go grocery shopping (yes, it’s a bit of a family event at this time), and so I was walking through the house turning off lights and picking things up before we left the house. We planned to be gone for a few hours.

As I was turning the light off in Cole’s bedroom, I remember glancing at his retainer and thinking, “Wow, it would be just so easy for Tuukka to jump up on the bed and grab that retainer off the shelf and eat it. I wonder why she never eats it?”

Then, I continued downstairs to do a little more straightening up. I looked at the sofa and thought, “we don’t need to put the gates up, Tuukka never gets on the sofa…” (We lean baby gates against the cushions and she won’t go near the sofa.)

Then, as we were all finally walking out the door, I said to the family, “Boy! We really get away with a lot of stuff everyday because Tuukka’s not like other dogs!”

Do you have an idea where this email is going? I bet you do…

So, Tuukka is one really smart dog. Yes, I’m teaching humans how to take advantage of the fact that animals take cues from the visuals in our heads, but guess what – animals know how to take advantage of that as well.

Hence, when we came home, Tuukka was sprawled out on the new white sofa – and Cole’s retainer had been chewed to bits.

Take note though – Cole’s retainer has been stored on that shelf for two years. Two years! It wasn’t until I started holding those images in my mind that she went, “Oh! What a great idea!”

Anyway, now, not only do we have to get a new retainer for Cole, but we all have to pay even more attention to what’s going on in our heads.

Intuitive communication with animals – it really is a two-way street!

Love and Light,
Danielle

15 replies
  1. Cheryl Beachler
    Cheryl Beachler says:

    I”ve been practicing with my little Yorkie (Lulu) who barks at anything she hears outside… she get our bigger dog Shorty going too What a barking ZOO! …1ST I bring Shorty back to me by visualizing him sitting beside me(He is the easier one to communicate with for me)…then I work on Lulu it may take a few mins for her to get it! I’ve also been visualizing her to sit on my lap through out the day… I’m always so amazed how easy this works!!!Mostly I need to be in the space for it to work and paying attention to this has been profound. Thanks Danielle

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  2. Micki
    Micki says:

    My dog, Beau, gets mad at us when we leave and leaves us a “gift” upstairs. I had been reminding him NOT to be so “generous” hence we were getting daily gifts. I started sending him images of a nice clean floor with no “gifts” and so far, it has been very successful!

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  3. Melissa Dunstan
    Melissa Dunstan says:

    I’ve been able to use the technique of visualizing what I want my dogs to do (and my cats!), except for the barking. I get so upset when they won’t stop that I’m sure all I have in my head is them barking. I’m working on this, and hope I can master it soon.

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  4. Susan
    Susan says:

    OK so I am well aware of this psychic connection. My kitties are using it against me when I go to the pet Store to pick up their food I am often times being drawn to purchase some treat I normally wouldn’t buy. Without thinking I buy it and when I get home I have three cats sitting at the door grabbing at the bags as I walk by. Then it dawns on me that they intuitively gave me the thought to get it for them.

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  5. Sherry
    Sherry says:

    I had no idea pets were psychic until I started dog sitting Rosie for my dayghter.

    One day, while I was taking a shower I was thinking to myself “when I’m finished with my shower I will give Rosie a bath”.

    But, when I went to get her I couldn’t find her. I called her and searched the whole house, but nothing. I finally asked Steve if he’d seen her and he said “yes, she’s hiding under the desk!” When I looked under the desk there she sat! This was unusual behavior for Rosie because she always wanted to be with me.

    It didn’t end there, she let me know she was going to pass and how!! I told my daughter, Steve and a few close friends. No one believed me until the evening that it happened.

    Around 4:30a.m. one morning, I was telling a close friend about it and I said It was going to be soon and I wished they would believe me. That evening around 5:30 she was hit by a semi and killed. A
    total freak accident?

    Frankly, I Didn’t even know it was possible until I had the experience with Rosie.

    I’ve since adopted a little dog and I try to
    communicate with him but he has no interest in communicating.

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  6. Mr Glenn
    Mr Glenn says:

    My boarder collie used to sleep on my couch when I was out it was pay back because I wouldn’t take with me. One day while she was sleeping I came in through the back door caught her dead on eye to eye. I snapped my finer and pointed and told her “off” she looked a little pissed that I interrupted her nap – I told her as I pointed to the couch NO I grabbed the vacuum as she watched me clean up I told she was bad in a firm voice. She got the hint and never went back on the couch. I closed the bedroom door from that point on. We both knew what the next move would be. I’m a horse trainer and read animals as best as I can for years every new student is a new lesson.

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  7. Mary
    Mary says:

    My cat Wendy saved me from being shot!!!!! Actually I was having one of my James Bond action adventure dreams. I was just about to be shot by my husband who was actually a spy…… I could hear Wendy running down the hallway to my room & meowing very loudly then jumped on the bed. Needless to say she woke me just in the nick of time & saved my life ❤️

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  8. Naomi
    Naomi says:

    One day I said to my daughter, “Sunny, is so good. He never goes in the pantry even though all the snack food is easily within reach!” What did he do the next day? Eat a whole bag of trail mix with chocolate (which never seemed to bother him even with foil wrappers), but the raisins really hurt his kidneys, poor guy. He lived many more years with the pantry door closed.

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  9. Kathy
    Kathy says:

    Great story, Danielle. Thank you for the chuckle! No doubt Tuuka is psychic, but it also falls along the line of the power of intention – whatever you think in your head will happen, good or bad… Just another reason to be thinking positive & good thoughts all the time, especially when it comes to our animal family!

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  10. Roree Severance
    Roree Severance says:

    This particular article is very validating. From 2001 to 2010, my husband and I rescued several kittens from various situations (overpopulation, being tossed out to fend for themselves, shelters, friends and abandonment). Since childhood we have had cats live indoors/outdoors (I am 59)and it was common for cats to live to ripe old ages of 15-20+ without being killed by predation, cars etc. However these past 15 years my husband and I have lost almost all the cats to predation here in Otis Maine. Our current two live inside once and for all!! Before I learned about animal communication our cats all “sent” me messages or rather images before they left some on how they would pass. I also experienced those feelings of dread, fear and heartbreak (momentarily but still very strong). I have always had some kind of intuitive abilities and encounters with unseen people since childhood but as I got older learned to repress or deny them. Since the loss of my animals I have learned about and sought help from Animal Communicators on several of them. It has validated the information I have been getting but also caused me to take seriously messages from my current animal family and the fact that I really DO receive information (like may be I am not crazy LOL). One cat “showed” me being hit by a car, same day she ran out in front of a car who missed her thank goodness!! The other kitty Midnight got out one night and would not come in. At 2:30 am I was awakened by a loud voice in my head saying “let me in Mumma I’M ALL WET!” I went to the door in came Midnight soaking wet from the down pouring rain!! She and Midnight (my other kitty) are now in “catios” or inside. Thank you Danielle for this wonderful blog and website. I plan to get some books and even take an online class in the near future!!! Roree

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