Ruh Roh – We may be out of a job soon

 Con Slobodchikoff, a professor emeritus at Northern Arizona University, who works on decoding animal language – in particular the language of prairie dogs – is thinking that people may have decoders for their pets within 5 years.   A computer science colleague of mine and I are using artificial intelligence techniques to keep a computer record…

Who Cares for Fido if You Spin, Crash and Burn

Animal Communication is a great way to be introduced to subjects many of us don’t even think about or if we do, don’t act on. Hence, this post regarding Animal University’s friend and colleague, Bette Heller, Esq. You see, Bette is not only a respected Colorado attorney for close to 30 years, she is also…

Wikipedia: Equine Swirls/Whorls

 “You know what that means, young lady?” questioned the third generation rancher to the cowgirl wanna be. “No sir, I don’t,” I answered. “Well that there tells you what kind of horse you’ll be settin’ on. You can tell by the way his hair circles. See that?”  Hair Swirls/Whorls: those funny hair patterns on the…

Raising the Animal Communication Bar

There is change coming for Animal Communication. Animal Communicators, be on the alert.  Animals and their people expect more from you. As well they should as the Animal Communication Profession, now approaching 30+ years, probably could use  an overhaul. Don’t most professions require a periodic look-see? It doesn’t mean that everything needs redoing,  just a few upgrades…

That Inhibiting Left Brain of Ours!

In Popular Science this month is a story about brain damage that unlocks genius.  Studies on this subject led scientists to also look at autism and savants and even some Alzheimer’s patients who have genius-like artistic abilities.  Here’s the key quote that swung me back to Joyce and her lessons in animal communication.  [the bold…