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Keep Your Cool

How many times have you been told “Calm down” or “Keep your cool” or something like that? In most cases, someone may be telling you that because you are in an emotional state and either the other person can’t handle it, or they want to help you through your stressful situation so you can make ...
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But, What if I Want My Animal to Understand ME?

Why won’t my pet understand me? I WISH my pet would understand me! How many times have you or someone you know asked these very questions? What most people don’t realize is that intuitive animal communication is a two way street. For as much as people wish that they could understand their animals – they ...
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Eyes Up and Pay Attention!

This topic will usually get me a little riled up. One weekend I saw someone walking their dog (no big deal, right?). The person had their phone out and nose down whilst walking. The big reason why this bothers me is because the dog walker was not very aware of her surroundings! Any number of ...
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Keeping your Furry Family Members Happy During Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving is a time of gratitude, feasting and usually family or large crowds. Here are a few tips to keep you beloved animal companion(s) happy and safe during this time: Keep all of the food on the table. Begging can become problematic down the road and most foods can’t be processed well by your pets ...
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Keeping Your Pets Safe on Halloween

Fall/Halloween - the time of year where wonderful items like hot apple cider, pumpkins (pies and spiced lattes) and colorful changing leaves are in abundance (depending where you are in the world). Another thing that’s in abundance are Halloween parties, trick or treaters knocking at your door and of course..CANDY. For some pets - they ...
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Retractable Leashes vs. Standard Leashes: A Lesson in Safety

We’ve all seen the retractable leashes. When they first came onto the market, everyone thought they were amazing – since it would let your dog run ahead of you and you didn’t have to run to catch up with them. Over time – these items have become more of a hindrance than helpful. In fact, ...
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Animal Communication Does Not Equal Coercion.

When people think of animal communication or animal communicators, they immediately think of a person who can see into the mind of their animal and the animal will instantly obey them – regardless of what the person is saying. This simply isn’t true. Animals are not subservient to us. The act of animal communication is ...
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Understanding an Animal’s Body Language

In this week’s blog, I’ll be talking about dogs and cats. Of course other species will have their own set of body language to be mindful of and to acknowledge. Most people feel that when they see a dog with a wagging tail that it’s perfectly okay to approach them and say hello. Or an ...
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Happy New Year and Two Posts for the Price of One!

Happy New Year folks! This month has been incredibly full and exciting and well, I’ve been neglectful of the blog. This is why this entry is two for the price of one! First topic - getting back to the basics of how you can start to understand your pet. First and foremost - know that ...
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Keeping You and Your Furry Family Member Safe and Sound this Holiday Season

The holidays are upon us (that was fast)! In this weeks blog, I wanted to go over a few things to help you and your pet be safe during the holidays. The Poinsettia: The main part of this plant that is toxic is the sap. It tends to cause nausea, vomiting, diarrhea etc. While there ...
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