Everyday, I work with people and pets dealing with death. From grief to relief to sadness and even to freedom, the death of a pet is certainly a complicated experience for adults. When you add children into the mix however, moving through the process can feel like wading through wet cement. Here, I offer a […]
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Dogs are pack animals—and when they get together in the wild they must synchronize with each other in order to hunt and survive. Without this synchronization, the dogs would not be able to function as the very core of their being drives them to seek connection out at all times. The domesticated dog has adapted […]
Just because I’m an animal communicator doesn’t mean that I don’t run into the same problems with my pets as everyone else! Case in point: As I was steamcleaning the cantaloupe juice out of the carpet the other morning (one of my dogs had snacked on the fruit that had been sitting on the kitchen counter […]
I wanted to tell the story of what happened to me last weekend. I went to a friend’s house for some munchies. As we were sitting out on the back deck… we noticed a couple raindrops. Then we noticed that the cat was no longer lounging with us on the deck. Nor was he in […]