From Unsung to Noble Hero – A Doberman's Quick Turn-Around!


A young woman connected with me on Facebook because she was about to give up her new dog. Those words tug at my heart, as I believe with a little bit of effort, most things can be turned around.  And, sometimes, the shift can occur rather quickly.

I asked the young woman if we could record the call and she said yes.  I knew it would be valuable for two reasons:   1. The recording would be helpful for those that have never heard an animal communication session.   2. It would be helpful for the students in my Communication with all Life University – as a learning tool.

This ended up being quite magical for the woman and her dog.  Below you will find the link to the call and, the correspondence between us, before and after the session!!

A little warning – there is approximately a 3-5 minute quiet period……I had never met the dog – so I took my time connecting.  I always tell my students, I meditate and am quiet before I start my day of sessions.  I take my sweet time during each session to really connect with the animals.  So, there is a silent break on the mp3.

CLIENT:  I know you’re a very busy woman and that you run a business. But, I’m hoping for some help or advice… I took in a Doberman about 3 months ago and have been trying to have him be part of my family… but it’s just not working and I don’t want to have to rehome him again but I don’t know how to help him… I know it’s a long shot but I was wondering if you’d be able to connect to him and give me any advice. He’s so amazing and special… I want to keep him but with how things are going it’s not looking good. Your one of my last efforts to get help…

ME: Is there any chance of keeping the dog?

CLIENT:  Yes. I want to keep him. I just don’t know why he is acting the way he is.

Here is the session:

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A couple of days later…….

CLIENT:  I can’t wait to send you a more detailed update… but I’m on my lunch, so only have a short time. Aries has done almost a complete 180. His anxiety in the crate is almost completely gone. As long as we discuss the plan for the day he seems to be ok.

ME:  Hooray!



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