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At last  had the right name.  Still, there were a few other things to discuss. This woman had another dog that was close to her husband.  She’d wanted Rosie to be “her” dog and she was a little anxious about it.  Not only was the dog ignoring her person, she was also physically distant, aloof. Well I […]

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She was a dear dog.  They were dear people.  Adopted at 12 years, she was a good fit for their family but there was just one thing: she didn’t respond to her name.  Ever.  They’d had her a month and wasn’t that long enough for her to get used to it? In theory it might […]

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He was big and red, short hair, one blue eye and one brown.  Plucked from the flood in New Orleans in August of 2005, Jock was athletic and impressive. Truly, he viewed like a veterinary anatomy lesson, the week they studied the musculature. He came to Colorado in a big truck with a bunch of […]

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Chester was on my lap; we were making googly eyes at each other.  Just looking at him I felt sort of breathless.   He had that effect; he was hand-some. It was a culmination of sorts:  you live with a situation for a long time and one day it occurs to you that [this thing] […]

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Here’s the short version:  animals are healers, and they connect with certain individuals in order to help those people grow.   That connection is called an Agreement.   As an animal communicator I present it to clients this way:  why have you and this pet come together in this lifetime?  What are you working on? Wendy the […]

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The couple’s 17-year-old cat passed in  the summer.  She’d had myriad health problems and she wasn’t the most laid-back of companions but they adored her and so did the dog.   Complex she was but compelling too; I took one look at her picture and asked the couple if I could keep it.  She’s on my […]

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