Category Archives: Pets & Companions

Can Animal Communication Cure Dry Itchy Skin?

Anyone who says that Animal Communication is boring should talk to me. I never get bored talking with and listening to animals. You want to know why? Because animals live with very interesting and diverse creatures, their people.  I mean, their people will literally keep me intrigued simply by what they ask. Never mind what…

Using Your Skills

Joyce wrote the previous blog concerning communication and included this little nugget. How simple a task. Receive. Once you choose it over not receiving, your animal communication doubts, blocks and stumbles will magically disappear. Promise. Take it from one who for years struggled to find a simple solution to override doubt every time for her…

Book Review: Thunder Dog by Michael Hingson

Thunder Dog is about the relationship between a man and his guide dog. But what makes this book different from many others is that this man and his guide dog Roselle, escaped from the 78th floor of Tower 2 of the World Trade Center on September 11, 2001. Mr. Hingson shares their personal story of…

Science Acknowledges Dogs Pick Up On Human Intent, by Zoe Hanley

National news headlines this past week have read “New Study Confirms Dog Intuition” and claimed that science confirmed dogs have intuitive abilities and even insinuating they may be telepathic (Who knew?!)!  At first I was thrilled this study, published in the January issue of Current Biology (Dogs’ Gaze Following is Tuned to Human Communicative Skills,…

Regret, Guilt or Grief?

In her barely audible words, she said, “I put my cat down today. I’m in such emotional pain, please help me.” End of life, a subject we all know is inevitable yet how can one truly prepare?  Lee’s voice was so faint, her tears choking her attempts to share her story. Iwaited patiently taking notes so as not to miss…