Cat’s Over-Grooming Helped with Animal Communication

Claire Marie, Wadsworth’s person, asked if I could help them. Wadsworth, the cat, was licking and over-grooming himself so much that he had seven spots that were raw or bleeding.  He had even pulled out the hair. They made many trips to the vet over several months and were using the prescribed medicine for cat excessive grooming. Claire Marie was frustrated and not sure what to do.

Wadsworth Stopped His Over Grooming

As an animal communicator, I talked with Wadsworth and his personality really came through. I commented that he is very good looking and he replied, “Thanks. My looks are important to me.” Our animal communication continued and he explained why he was licking himself so much.

E:    I understand you lick yourself until you bleed. Why are you doing this?

W:   I am obsessed with being clean. I must, must, must be clean and look the best I can look.
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From Nervous Dog to Therapy Dog with TTouch®

nervous-dog-to-therapy-dogI met Bridget and Lisa, her person, because both of them were very nervous. Lisa’s previous dog was a therapy dog and she wanted Bridget to be a successful therapy dog too.

On the client form Lisa stated, “Can you help her (Bridget) relax or teach me how to help her relax, especially in new varied locations? She enjoys people and being petted but I think therapy is not going to be as fun for her as it should be unless she can learn to relax more.” When I met Bridget, she was panting, licking her lips (a calming signal), and her tail was in continual motion. I showed Lisa several TTouches® and gave her some new techniques. Bridget’s respiration slowed down and her eyes became very soft as she relaxed. Also I taught Lisa a very simple technique for herself – to breathe! I reminded Lisa to exhale which would calm her and Bridget.
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Animal Communication Helps Prepare for Pet Death and Beyond

I know how difficult it is to face the end of life questions about your best friend and pet. I took this journey a few years ago with Boomer (see A Dog’s Anxiety of Vets and How it Changed Elaine’s Life). The decision pet death and euthanasia is never easy. When his time to “cross over” Rainbow Bridge (as animals call dying) came, I was so grateful that I could hear what he wanted to do as his time came closer. My dear friend Helen said I could share Drifter’s story with you. You may want to get a tissue ready.

Drifter

Drifter

Helen Corlew of Prairie Isle Dog Trekking, who has over 20 working sled dogs, called me to say that Drifter, her “wheel dog” who runs just in front of the sled, was dying of dog cancer. Helen’s husband was in a remote part of Alaska and she couldn’t reach him. She needed to know what Drifter wanted in his final days.
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“Help Me with My Cat,” A Request for Animal Communications

help-me-with-my-catOn June 10, 2008, I received an email with subject of “”Help Me with My Cat,” A Request for Animal Communications. She had litter box problems with her cat.  The cat was urinating outside the litter box. I couldn’t figure out how this person found me – she is from California. So I asked. Imagine my surprise when she mentioned an article on MSNBC.com and a blog! After receiving another request on a “cat behavior problem” that had also mentioned the MSNBC.com blog, I started putting it together. I quickly sent an email to a client in South Carolina (my husband’s cousin) and asked if she knew anything about this blog.

Her reply was “Yes!” She read the MSNBC.com article “What’s on your cat’s mind? Ask a pet whisperer” and answered the request the forum question. The forum is now closed. RDCgrrl’s entry stated she was skeptic of animal communications and animal communicators until I worked with her and her cats. Now she is a believer!

I love the power of the Internet. The article does a good job of explaining animal communications. Thanks “RDCgrrl” for putting Animal Bridges in the blog!


 

  • Does your pet have pain or act scared sometimes?
  • Ever wish you could tell her something she would understand?
  • Wish you knew what he was thinking?

Every people/pet team has unique needs. Often, a combination of approaches will serve both the client and the pet best. It really depends on each individual animal and person’s needs. All methods are gentle and loving.

Each session is as unique as your pet and each session with your pet can be unique from her previous sessions.

It’s easy to set up your sessions, just contact me here or call me at 612-237-9580. I’m happy to help you explore the options and find the best solution for your unique situation.

“Elaine has been very helpful and supportive since my adoption of a very anxious dog. Her TTouch sessions and ongoing communication has helped us both. She has great suggestions and is very responsive to my frantic calls.” – Lynnea Forness, Minneapolis, MN

Article about Animal Bridges’ Services

animal-bridges-servicesI’m so excited. Southwest Journal, a bi-weekly paper for southwest Minneapolis wrote an Article about Animal Bridges’ Services. In the article I explained how Tellington TTouch® helps relieve stress and fear from animals. Several clients tell how TTouch® and animal communications helped their dogs.


 

  • Does your pet have pain or act scared sometimes?
  • Ever wish you could tell her something she would understand?
  • Wish you knew what he was thinking?

Every people/pet team has unique needs. Often, a combination of approaches will serve both the client and the pet best. It really depends on each individual animal and person’s needs. All methods are gentle and loving.

Each session is as unique as your pet and each session with your pet can be unique from her previous sessions.

It’s easy to set up your sessions, just contact me here or call me at 612-237-9580. I’m happy to help you explore the options and find the best solution for your unique situation.

“Elaine has been very helpful and supportive since my adoption of a very anxious dog. Her TTouch sessions and ongoing communication has helped us both. She has great suggestions and is very responsive to my frantic calls.” – Lynnea Forness, Minneapolis, MN

Dog Tells Why She Licks in Animal Communication

Dog tells why she licks in animal communication.

Carmella

Jane B wanted to know why Carmella is licking everyone and everything and asked me, an animal communicator, to talk with her. Carmella, the dog tells why she licks in the animal communication. The following is an excerpt from Carmella’s and my conversation:

E:    I understand you lick everyone. Why do you do it?

C:    It makes me feel better. I want to mother them. I want to take care of them.

E:    Did you ever have any puppies?

C:    Yes, once but I don’t remember when. They were taken from me and I feel the need to lick others like I would do with my puppies.

E:    Did you have puppies in this life or in a past life?
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