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Taking Care – The Holistic Way

One of the most common reasons for wanting to connect with our pets is to ask what they need and how they feel. So, it is a natural step to include the topic of wholistic, alternative approaches to pet care in our work on animal communications… Sometimes a visit to the vet or an animal behaviourist is necessary – but most often there are simple solutions to dealing with pet care. Here we present some useful ideas for dealing with some common problems.

The Global Psychics Team offer some valuable insights on taking the holistic approach to caring for our animals and for nature.

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Thoughts on Training Your Pet

If you have a dog who lives to eat, you can have some success training with treats, but my sweet Gracie eats to live, doesn’t care for most treats, so she like many other dogs does a lot better with “good doggie” training… Good doggie training works on the principle that dogs live to please you. The reward is just love, and an emphatic “good girl”. I have found that it works with most dogs, even the older folks who can be a bit obstinate and cranky. Dogs, like people, need to be told they are loved and that they are doing a good job and the more they are told, the better they perform and behave.

Treats as a training reward almost seems to me to be a bit of an old-fashioned approach.. and doesn’t take into account the fact that we really can connect with our animals more directly to obtain the kind of behaviour we want. My thoughts for the week. Lotsa LLLove, Danielle

My older dog name is Prince will be two years old. He is King Charles of Cavalier… so he had problem to eat by himself on his own and I have to hand feed his mouth because he won’t eat his own food – what is gone wrong? please help me thank u.. from ur sincerely Aileen

This behavior doesn’t mean that anything is wrong with Prince. He has you trained to hand feed him. Now this is not all bad because that is how dog trainers will get a dog to bond with them so they can train it for commands.I know it’s a little messy but isn’t he worth it?

If you really feel that he is having a health issue, this came up all of a sudden and he also has no interest in the water dish, then it’s time to take him to the vets and have a check up. When animals refuse food and water it’s no good at all.

Take care and consult you vet with this question. Love, Laura

Preparing Your Pet for Surgery

Our dear Cleo has to have surgery on Monday, June 7. She either has a fast growing tumor or some other growth in her neck. It is now very big and is beginning to obstruct the esophagus. We can see it is causing some discomfort. She will be operated on around mid-day on Monday, and have to stay for at least 3 days. It is very dangerous in the neck area of course, and there are many risks. We could not live with ourselves if we did not give her a chance. Please send her your love, and strength, to overcome it. Hugh

Hugh, I will be thinking of her, and I am glad you are doing what you can for her… keep her surrounded in a bubble of pink and green light – the colours of Divine Love, every time you think of her, see these colours in and all around her… they will help to ease the pain some, you might also give her a few drops of Rescue Remedy in her water ever few hours to help her cope with the stress… I have sent your note to Laura, our animal communicator to see if there’s anything else she might suggest… Lotsa LLLove, Danielle

Dear Hugh,

Call first to make sure they have it then go to the nearest health food store or apothacary shop and get some Arnica Montana pellets for Cleo. 30C if you can but if they only have 12Cor 6C they get those. You want to start giving Cleo three Arnica pellets in her mouth to dissolve. Just hold her mouth closed for a few minutes. It’s important that you NOT touch the pellets with your own hands just pour them into the cap that is o the Arnica bottle then pour them into her mouth. The Arnica Montana will help Cleo through the surgery and after, during the healing I want you to continue them. They will stop excessive swelling, bruising, and bleeding. I always carry some in my purse in case I fall, bruise myself on something or come across someone who might need them. I’ll have Cleo in my prayers that day. Take care, Laura

Cats vs Dogs

I would like to know if you could talk to my cat his name is Boo and every time I go to pet him he always bites or scratches me, he also hates my dog Shultz who is 8yrs. German shepard and he always goes after him and same with my cat. My cat (Boo) throws up just about every time I feed him does he not like the food or just over eats. My cat is also extremly afraid of outdoors and he loves dark places. Also I hear that cats can see spirits – if so my cat a few weeks ago stood in the corner of the room and was staring and like swatting something. Could you just tell my cat that I really love him and if he and the dog could get along and be more gentle with me because he hurts alot when he scratches and if there’s anything I can do to make my cat and dog get along. Love, Amanda

Your cat Boo doesn’t trust. The best think to do is to allow him to come to you. This means that you’ll have to stop going to him and trying to pick him up or trying to pet him when he’s asleep. Just ignore him until he comes to you for affection. Then Boo’s telling you he’s ready for some petting and a cuddle. When he starts to use his paws just put him down and walk away. He’ll get to know that way what you will and won’t tolerate. The cat food you’re giving him is too rich. Don’t give him so much of it at a time. Keep him inside. No big deal. He’s a smart cat.

Your dog Schultz still thinks that cats are for chasing. That’s typical for a German shepard. So it’s up to you to keep him apart from Boo of you think Boo is in danger. Sometimes dogs and cats in the same house never get along. Do you know some kids at school who don’t get along, no matter how long they have been in school together? Of course. Does it help if the teacher keeps putting them together? No, so if she’s smart and wants the classroom to be a friendly place for those kids she keeps them apart and her eye on thier behavior so nothing gets out of control. Take Care Love, Laura

Wired for Sound?

I recently replaced a wireless phone with a wire one, and my 13 year old cat who is very very communicative and smart. .. even has a sense of humor.. .(sorry to divert to bragging) but she has begun biting the curly cord connecting the receiver to the base ..and she emits a very deep moan while she does. One I had not heard before and it scared me. I was wondering if she could be getting messages from my friends from the other side. Dead people both the cat and I loved. One in particular. If you have the time please let me know what you think. Monica Johnson. thank you.

No, the moaning isn’t about that. She’s trying to stop you from giving your attention to the people you try to contact you (in body). It may be cute and funny but remember that phone cords do carry low electrical current and she could get shocked doing this.

Maybe go back to the cordless or place the corded phone somewhere that you can close off from her.

Safety first. Love, Laura

I have to say that I feel it very unlikely that the chewing on the cord and the moaning is about a spirit connection – more about the sensations that she experiences from the energy running through to cord… maybe she thinks you talk too much on the phone? Lotsa LLLove, Danielle

The Ten Commandments for Pet Companions

  • My life is likely to last 10-15 years, any separation from you will be painful for me. Remember that before you buy me.
  • Give me time to understand what you want from me, don’t be impatient, short-tempered, or irritable.
  • Place your trust in me and I will always trust you back. Respect is earned not given as an inalieable right.
  • Don’t be angry with me for long and don’t lock me up as punishment, I am not capable of understanding why? I only know I have been rejected, you have your work entertainment and friends I only have you.
  • Talk to me sometimes, even if I don’t understand your words I understand your voice and your tone, “you only have to look at my tail”.
  • Be aware that however you treat me I’ll never forget it, and if it’s cruel it may affect me forever.
  • Please don’t hit me I can’t hit back, but I can bite and scratch and I really don’t ever want to do that.
  • Before you scold me for being uncooperative, obstinate, or lazy, ask yourself if something might be bothering me. Perhaps I’m not getting the right foods or I’ve been out in the sun too long, or my heart is getting old and weak, I may be just dog tired.
  • Take care of me when I get old. You too will grow old and may also need love, care, comfort, and attention.
  • Go with me on difficult journeys, never say, “I can’t bear to watch” or “Let it happen in my absence”. Everything is easier for me if you are there. Remember, irrespective of what you do I will always love you.

© Stan Rawlinson 1993
Dog Behaviourist and Obedience Trainer
www.doglistener.co.uk .

Animal Rescue … a necessary and costly endeavor in every community

Hi. Found your site when searching for a general “psychic” site – what I didn’t expect was to find the same type of experience visiting your site as I had when I first read Richard Bach’s “Illusions”. That’s to say, the amazing feeling of recognition; someone else is saying all the things I believe in and wondered if I’d ever find anyone else feeling too!

I couldn’t cover the whole site in one – or even two visits, my head was too busy with issues which parts of it generated! However, I’d like to say thank you for the Animals Speak section; I’ve been heavily involved with animals all my life, doing a lot of rescue work over the years, and I can’t express how comforting it is to know that there are other people who realise that animals are people too, and that they have souls just as valuable as any human’s is. That brings me to a question I’d love to have your input on…I hope you don’t think I have a lot of cheek asking when I’m not ordering a reading, but you’ll see why I amn’t ordering when I tell you that the problem arises from having got so deep in debt trying to support all the animals who live with my husband and myself that we’re in danger of bankruptcy if something wonderful doesn’t happen soon. So, anyway, the question is: how do I tell what God is trying to tell me to do, when I am so mixed up with different scenarios that I’m not able to see what is a “sign” and what is my wishful thinking/ refusal to accept reality/undue pessimism? I cannot tell if He wants me to try to carry on or to try to find good homes for some/many of the animals – people keep telling me to face reality, but then others tell me to keep the faith and He will provide. In the meantime, I can’t afford their wormers or farriery for the horses as often as they need, and have no fallback for any large animal vet. bill – our small animal vet is wonderful, we owe her hundreds but she says the animals come first, and we can pay when we are able – and it’s close to being tricky to afford bedding and feed. Sounds like we should home people, but it’s so scary – many of our gang were abused before coming to us, and I can’t bear to think of that happening to them again if we relinquish responsibility. I don’t know if God is trying to show me that He’ll take over, or would want us to carry on in the trust that He will make something come up for us to improve the finances. If you have time and don’t think I’m being unfair asking for help without paying for it, could you possibly try to help me understand how to hear what He’s saying? Thank you…and God Bless. Susie. P.S I’ll email a photo of one of the gang to you right now – if you like it enough to publish it on the site, I won’t feel so bad about asking! From: Susie@catswhiskers.co.uk, Turriff, Scotland

Well dear, you do have a problem… first I must speak of a psychological disorder that can manifest in the form of being a “collector” in one’s desire to be a “rescuer” of animals… if you are sure that you are not filling your life with these animals in place of something else, or in place of dealing with other issues, than you might have a problem…

That said, it is possible that your community has a problem, that there is a real need for the type of animal sheltering you are providing, and that you are responding to a deep call to do something about the problem… if that is the case, I can recommend a number of different routes for you… look to the community to help you raise money to support these animals – and yourself… check into setting yourself up as a charity, and then following through with the professionals in your area that would be needed to help you back it… for example, I believe that you will need to have a vet associated with the shelter, in order to get public funding… and that’s the other thing, go to your city hall, or community centre and present your case, see what they can suggest…. Also, once the animals are well and healthy again, start selling them – advertise in the local papers for good owners – and charge these new owners enough to pay for the vet bills.

There are a number of these types of operations in North America, they often work in tandem with overloaded pet shelters, or operate in places where there has been no such service…. you can check into the Humane Societies and Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals and see what’s involved in setting up a chapter in your area if nothing like this exists there…

Hope these insights help, in the meantime, I have forwarded your note to our animal communicator, Laura Simpson, to see what she might add. Lotsa LLLove, Danielle

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